Helping You Stay Active & Feel Good
Our physical therapy center is focused on helping you live the active lifestyle you want by preventing injuries, strengthening your body, improving performance and helping you heal and get back to your best life.
Announcing New Ownership and
Dr. Gries has recently acquired Bellevue Redmond Physical Therapy Center and renovations have begun. His goal for this clinic is to bring a unique lifestyle Physical Therapy concept to his clients. The ability to be active, stay active and feel good is one of life’s greatest gifts! While Dr. Gries offers traditional physical therapy services, he also provides unique programs that include athletic technique, strength, posture, work conditioning, ergonomic training, work-related injury prevention and worker’s compensation specialties. The clinic will be undergoing an expansive remodel that reflects his excellence in quality of life model. We invite you to call (425) 643-2928 for a 10-minute complimentary consultation with Dr. Gries.
Specializations & Services
Spinal Decompression Therapy is a gentle, non-surgical treatment that helps restore the proper function of an injured disc. A mechanical traction technique is used to gently stretch, producing a suction force inside the disc. Most patients report improvements and a reduction in their pain after a few sessions. This therapy is highly recommended for treating herniated discs, pinched nerves, and sciatica pain (lower back, hip, and leg).
Manual Physical Therapy
Manual Physical Therapy or Orthopedic Manual Therapy encompasses hands-on techniques that are used to decrease pain and improve range-of-motion and flexibility. Both mobilization and manipulation are key components of manual therapy as they restore the power of movement to joints and associated muscles. This therapy is especially beneficial if you are experiencing spine problems, joint or muscle injuries, or other health conditions.
Sports physical therapy focuses on the prevention, identification, minimization, and correction of pain and disability associated with athletic injuries. The treatment goal is to maximize participation and performance. Techniques may include Pre-participation Screening, Cardiovascular, Resistance, Endurance and Neuromuscular Re-education Exercise Programs, Taping and Bracing, Ergonomic and Training Regimens, Manual, Aquatic and Orthopedic Physical Therapies.
Work Injury Rehabilitation
Our therapists work closely with employers, nurse case managers and referring physicians to offer a comprehensive work injury rehabilitation program. We treat a variety of workplace injuries, aiming to reduce or eliminate pain and return individuals to work. Our treatment plan includes alleviating pain, injury-specific education to prevent re-injury, increased flexibility and range of motion, increased strength, and improved motion.
This therapy helps correct issues with vertigo, dizziness, imbalance/falls, spatial disorientation, vision disturbance, hearing changes and cognitive and/or psychological changes. The Vestibular system includes the parts of the inner ear and brain that process the sensory information that controls balance and eye movements. We conduct an assessment that evaluates three primary systems (visual, sensation and vestibular). Then, a custom treatment program is designed that helps restore balance and treat the sensory issues.
The Kinesio® Taping Method is a technique that is designed to facilitate the body’s natural healing process while providing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion. It’s latex-free and wearable for days. It’s used for all ages ranging from pediatric to geriatric individuals. It’s used to help treat and minimize pain associated with orthopedic, neuromuscular, neurological and other medical conditions.
Ergonomics is the science of fitting the job to the person, rather than requiring the person to conform to the physical job parameters. Ergonomics identifies strategies that help workers perform their jobs in the most efficient manner possible, with the least amount of strain on their bodies. Good ergonomics result in greater efficiency, improved productivity and better health. We provide assessments and customized plans for both individuals and businesses.
(TMD) / Jaw Pain
This therapy restores the natural movement of your jaw and decreases pain. Our physical therapists will teach you special “low-load” exercises that don’t exert a lot of pressure on your TMJ. It strengthens the muscles of the jaw and restores a more natural, pain-free motion. Symptoms of TMJ include jaw pain, fatigue, difficulty opening your mouth to eat or talk, ringing in the ears, headache, popping sounds in the jaw, neck pain, and locking jaw.
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