lubricating gel injections that reduce your cartilage from painful grinding
deliver fast and powerful relief for your sore muscles and joints
help break up tough knots and painful spasms in your back and neck
for diagnosing your muscle and ligament injuries with the same accuracy as getting an MRI
for diagnosing arthritis, fractures and the health of your spine
skilled hands on muscle work to help release tight and locked muscles
safely build back strength and flexibility with guided exercises from a experienced physical therapist
Relieve pressure off of achy spinal joints and discs
Going to 4 Separate Appointments
instead of dealing with multiple offices that never seem to be on the same page with your care, our providers talk on a daily basis
Our team has a full arsenal of medical and physical therapy treatments they can customize to fit your unique condition
Streamlining your care in one clinic means fewer visits (and co-pays) for you and your family
We are In-network with most insurance plans, call to verify your coverage.
*Now being served by Chandler Physical Therapy
*Now being served by Oakeson Physical Therapy
To begin your road to recovery call (480) 306-6627 or complete the form below and someone from our team will contact you shortly.
With over twenty years experience as a double board certified radiologist, Dr Wood helps make sure your injury gets the right diagnosis from the start. Whether your pain is coming from a bulging disc in your back or a torn muscle in your shoulder, Dr Wood can help you get the answers you’ve been looking for.
Gabriel is a board-certified specialist in Sports Physical Therapy and the clinic director for Modern Physical Therapy in Tempe, AZ. In addition to his clinical practice, he is also the former President of the American Society of Shoulder and Elbow Therapists and a reviewer for the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery. He has published several articles on the management of musculoskeletal injuries and is an invited speaker both internationally and at home in the United States. His current research includes injury prevention training programs in adolescent athletes.