DynamX PT: Hip, Knee and Leg Pain


• Physical therapy • Pre and Post Surgical Rehabilitation • Non-surgical Injury Rehabilitation • Sports Rehabilitation • Hand Therapy • Athletic Recovery Services • Blood Flow Restriction Training • Running Analysis • Return to Sport Testing (i.e. after ACL repair)

“It is so nice to have a physical therapy office that treats you with kindness, professionalism, and actually knows intimately what they are talking about! I am an athlete with recurring IT band/piriformis issues. I so appreciate the treatments I receive because they are preventative as well as rehabilitative. Lovely office space too!!” - K.G. “I SO APPRECIATE THE TREATMENTS I RECEIVE BECAUSE THEY ARE PREVENTATIVE AS WELL AS REHABILITATIVE.” PAT I E N T S U C C E S S S P OT L I GH T


F UN & GAME S We had our first annual beach day to celebrate the DynamX PT staff at Bolsa Chica State Beach. DYNAMX BEACH DAY !

We will work with you to assess your overall movement history, your medical history, and your goals moving forward. Your therapist will then perform a thorough physical evaluation. The physical evaluation will let the therapist know what your movement issues are. DynamX Physical Therapy clinics utilize current evidence based treatment combined with Applied Functional Science ® . Each of our therapists has a certification or fellowship training in Applied Functional Science ® . We encourage you to come experience the difference. ABOUT US

HOSPI TAL WEEK The DynamX Physical Therapy team helped support hospital week in May providing free consultations, Normatec Recovery Systems, and Hypervolt Vibration Massagers at San Gabriel Valley Medical Center, La Palma Intercommunity Hospital, Huntington Beach Hospital, and Garden Grove Hospital.

How hospital week started? Although Florence Nightingale (1820-1910), the famous nurse and public health activist, spent most of her life in England, it is in the United States that the anniversary of her birth has been celebrated since 1921 as National Hospital Day. Originally a day set aside in honor of the woman who made nursing a respectable profession

and who revolutionized the way hospitals were run, the May 12 observance was expanded to a week-long event in 1953 so that hospitals could use it to plan and implement more extensive public information programs. The week is an opportunity for hospitals to promote their organization’s support of community health and recognize physicians, nurses, therapists, engineers, food service workers, volunteers, administrators and other workers.



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