Services Post-operative Care

Post-operative Care
Because of our close relationship and communication with some of the most prominent surgeons in the Puget Sound area, we offer unrivaled excellence in care after your orthopedic surgery.

Typically, Physical Therapy is started 1 day to 3 weeks following your surgery depending upon the procedure. Talk to your physician about the most appropriate time frame to begin physical therapy and schedule your first appointment prior to surgery if possible.

 
Orthopedics

Orthopedics
We have a highly educated and trained staff to handle all of your musculoskeletal injuries.

Our treatment expertise includes the knee, shoulder, foot and ankle, hip, elbow, hand and spine care. We pride ourselves on our customer service, patient care and education about your injury. We strongly believe that if you, the patient, understand your injury and the rehabilitation process from the beginning, you will have far better results.

 
Sports

Sports
Whether you are a highly competitive athlete or a weekend competitor, we strive to meet your goals of returning to play as soon as possible.

In addition, we specialize in performance enhancement of the injured athlete by incorporating sport specific exercises based on a thorough evaluation of your injury. Your therapist will work with you to develop a comprehensive rehabilitation plan that incorporates your particular performance demands and your current level of function to maximize your safe return to activities.

 
Gait Evaluations/ Orthotics

Gait Evaluations/ Orthotics
At Proliance Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation our therapists are experts at evaluating gait and biomechanics of the lower extremities.

We are specialists at analyzing movement patterns and can assess whether or not you would benefit from custom foot orthotics.  Our staff has over 15 years of experience in orthotic fabrication and has a special interest in treating runners and walkers for mechanical pain syndromes. 

Our video gait lab allows us to digitally record you while walking and running.  We can examine your body’s movement patterns and determine what mechanical corrections are needed to help improve your gait.  Your therapist may also use treadmill gait analysis to identify problems such as muscle imbalance and areas of poor flexibility.  This will help us develop an exercise program specific to your personal needs.

 
Hand Therapy

Hand Therapy
We work with patients with any injury, trauma, or neurological disorder that limits the use of their hand and/or elbow.

Fractures, sprains and strains, injured tendons, damaged nerves, scars, burns and amputations are all a focus of our Hand Therapy Program.  We also specialize in repetitive motion disorders and arthritis.  We provide custom splinting to aide in your recovery.  Our Certified Hand Therapist can work closely with you and your physician to achieve the best possible outcome.

 
Community Service

Community Service
We at Proliance Sports Therapy believe strongly in giving back to the community in which we live and serve.

Each year our staff volunteers hundreds of hours of care to local high schools. Our therapists currently donate our service of athletic event coverage, injury assessment and consultation to Bellevue Christian, Sammamish and Bellevue High Schools. We participate annually in providing clinical internships and volunteer opportunities to local high school sports medicine programs. Other service includes Stevens Pass Ski Patrol, Overlake Service League, Guatemala Healing Hands and speaking in local schools. Our parent company is a proud sponsor of the Jingle Bell Run to benefit arthritis research. In addition, we serve as a site for student internships for the University of Washington, Green River Community College and Pima Medical Institute for Physical Therapy graduate students.