Player Safety
August 4, 2014

It’s that time of year… School and sports are around the corner. It is necessary to take precautions to stay safe and healthy.  The Makovicka Physical Therapy family wants to help you prepare for this upcoming season. Please stay tuned for our upcoming blog discussion covering varying topics from concussions, hydration and many more! Physical therapy can play a role before, and after, injuries occur. We are here to help in any way we can.  Please feel free to contact any of our five clinics for questions. Thank you and remember: Every Day is Game Day! #PlayerSafety

The Makovicka Difference

We are leaders in our profession, locally owned and operated by physical therapists who forge relationships with patients, and advocate for their care. All of our clinics have board-certified specialists on staff, meaning you get the highest level of care to maximize your recovery, and get you back to your game. We will listen, evaluate your symptoms, and create a personalized physical therapy program to meet your needs and improve your function, strength, and mobility.

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Get Back In The Game

When it comes to feeling better, there is no time like the present. Our expert therapists will help create a customized program of strengthening exercises and therapies to help you get you back in the game. Let us help you become one of the many Makovicka success stories.

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