Our Services

Return to Sport Program

Because Renews’ physical therapists are skilled in orthopedic and sports therapy, they are able to design individualized and customized programs that guide patients to a full recovery. Patients will return to their athletic activity as well as learn to prevent further injury to themselves. Our PT’s see athletes of all ages and skill levels, whether they are high school or college basketball players, weekend triathletes, or participants in weekly Yoga and Crossfit classes we can help get them back to their sport. Therapists will use manual therapy skills, neuromuscular re-education, movement re-training and draw from personal athletic experience to quickly and safely help patients get back in the game.

Want to get back on track? Give us a call and the front desk will help you find the right PT for the job.

Pre and Post Surgery

Recovery from surgeries ranges in time and complexity. Physical therapy has not only been shown to shorten recovery time but also improve the final result. This is especially true when a solid protocol is combined with effective surgical practices and strong communication between the physical therapist and surgeon. Pre-habilitation is all about setting yourself up to succeed, with strengthening, reducing swelling and pain, to improved neuromuscular control and education.

If you would like to do pre or post-surgical physical therapy, please feel free to call. Before calling us have your insurance card, doctors name, and date of surgery available. It is also handy to have the referral and physical therapy protocol from your physician.

Auto Accident

Automotive Accidents are often highly traumatic events that come with a host of issues well addressed by physical therapy. The violent front-to-back motion of typical collisions (whiplash), often leads to both back and neck pain and/or concussion. Renew can help in many ways, from postural education, strengthening, neuromuscular re-education, and reduction of muscle and tissue tightness to the alleviation of headaches.

Receiving physiotherapy after a car accident can be a necessary step to recovery. Before calling for an appointment, please have this information on hand; your claim number and claim manager, a referral for PT (or a plan to get one), and the date of your accident.

Women's Health

Physical therapists trained in treating women’s health will often see patients who have pelvic floor muscle and sexual health dysfunction, pelvic pain, low back pain, pregnancy, post-partum, bowel & bladder problems and incontinence for both men and women. If you would like to know more, please call and check in with one of our therapists!

We look forward to treating you!

Work Injuries / Work Conditioning

Renew Physical Therapy has a long history of treating both chronic and acute job-related injuries, keeping the focus on restoring functionality for the sake of both worker and workplace, we focus on restoring function as safely and quickly as possible. Our staff is trained to keep in tight communication with everyone from your attending physician to your claim manager.

Worker’s Compensation claims are unique in physical therapy. Treatment often involves replicating and improving working conditions – such as seating position, lifting mechanics and other similar functional applications. Renew PT offers acute care physical therapy for work injuries as well as Work Conditioning; a conditioning program that focuses on work simulation activities to get injured workers back on the job. if you are interested in our care, please have your claim number and claim managers contact information at the ready!

Manual Therapy

Manual therapy techniques are used to address restrictions in range of motion and movement as well as to reduce pain. Manual therapy is a hands-on treatment that often addresses pain resulting from muscle, tissue and/or joint tightness and injury. This method of treatment can include joint manipulation/thrust, mobilization/non-thrust, myofascial release, and neuromuscular re-education. Thrust treatments involve high-velocity low-amplitude therapeutic movements within or at the end-range of motion (in layman’s terms: a rapid passive thrust to a joint). Non-thrust mobilization is a slow and controlled therapist-assisted movement to a joint. Another manual therapy technique we use is myofascial release. This is a form of soft-tissue mobilization used to decrease the tension in muscles and fascia (which is connective tissue). We are also able to provide a tool-assisted variant called Graston technique.

Seeking Manual Therapy requires no additional steps over normal physical therapy, simply call us and have your information at the ready!

Additional Services

If your issue is not listed, please call or email us for an inquiry!

The Spine
  •   Sacroiliac (SI) Strain

  •   Sciatica

  •   Low Back Pain / Strain

  •   Disc Herniations / Degeneration

  •   Thoracic Spine and Rib Pain

  •   Headaches

  •   Whiplash / MVA

  •   Post Surgical Treatment

  •   Cervical Sprains

Upper Extremity
  •   Shoulder Tendonitis / Bursitis / Dislocations

  •   Frozen Shoulder

  •   Rotator Cuff Injuries

  •   Joint Replacement Rehabilitation

  •   Wrist and Arm Pain / Strains / Sprains

  •   Tennis Elbow / Lateral Epicondylitis

  •   Golfer’s Elbow / Medial Epicondylitis

  •   Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Lower Extremity
  •   Patellofemoral Syndrome

  •   MCL / LCL Injuries

  •   ACL / PCL Injuries

  •   Meniscus Injuries

  •   Hip / Knee Arthritis

  •   Hip Strains

  •   Hip Impingement

  •   Foot and Ankle Pain / Strains / Tendonitis

  •   Plantar Fascitis

  •   Joint Replacement Rehabilitation

Other Conditions
  •   Pre and Post Partum Excercise

  •   Balance Dysfunction

  •   Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Dysfunction

  •   Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

  •   Chronic Spinal Pain

  •   Ankylosing Spondylitis

  •   Arthritis

Contact Info

5620 Rainier Ave S, Suite 102
Seattle, WA 98118

P: 206-535-8061
E: info@renew-physicaltherapy.com