Physical Therapy for Arthritis

Our therapists specialize in treating the elderly and create individualized treatment plans focusing on helping achieve maximum function and independence. When choosing a facility to go to or bring your loved one for physical therapy the number one priority is making sure the staff are caring, attuned to specific needs, and are competent with experience & reputation. You have our guarantee not to be shuffled around but will see the same therapist every time you come who knows your name, diagnosis, and individual plan.

Osteoarthritis (OA) affects daily activity and is the most common cause of disability in the US adult population. Although OA does not always require surgery, such as a joint replacement, it has been estimated that the use of total joint replacement in the United States will increase 174% for hips and 673% for knees by 2030. steoarthritis (OA) is the most common form of arthritis and usually is caused by the deterioration of a joint. Typically, the weight-bearing joints are affected, with the knee and the hip being the most common. ( We treat an array of diagnoses and utilize advanced computerized testing and treatment of walking difficulties, balance deficits, and arthritis related impairments. True one-on-one therapy that is unrivaled is what the elderly deserve when seeking help to overcome functional limitations. Our friendly staff from will make sure that every aspect from when you walk in, receive treatment, and billing are done with the highest level of satisfaction. That is our brand "We Treat the Patient not the Insurance Policy"-we stand by this 100%.


Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is classified as an autoimmune disease—a condition where the body’s immune system attacks its own tissues. Although the exact cause of RA is not known, multiple theories have been proposed to identify who is most likely to develop it.

Women are more likely to develop the disease; women are diagnosed with RA 3 times more than men. Although RA may begin at any age, most research suggests it often begins in midlife.

RA symptoms can flare up and then quiet down (go into remission). Research shows that early diagnosis and treatment is important for easing symptoms and flare-ups.-Move Forward PT