Why Choose Livermore Physical Therapy?

The Livermore Physical Therapy Advantage:

  • Experienced and exceptionally trained physical therapists
  • Spacious and well equipped facility, including private rooms
  • Individualized treatments focused on the ‘whole” person
  • Patients seen by the same therapist each visit
  • Several specialized programs
  • Expanded hours

The experience to help heal

Angelika and Peter are among the industry’s elite possessing the necessary tools to deal with your problem. By using proven diverse physical therapy techniques, they focus on removing your pain, improving your strength and returning to work, school, sport or your home activities as quickly as possible.

We’ll be here for you

We’re open Monday through Friday. We offer both early morning and evening appointments for your convenience – usually with no waiting. Angelika, Peter and their friendly staff are proud to run on schedule.

Always an exceptional value

Fast results and effective treatments don’t mean much if families and hard-working people can’t afford them. Many major insurance plans are accepted and filed for you. Visa and MasterCard are always welcome.

Say “goodby” to pain – and “hello” to a new start

You don’t have to live in pain. Trust the experience of physical therapists referred by many of the area’s physicians and by many satisfied patients.

Take the first step to lasting pain relief with a consultation at Livermore Physical Therapy. You’ll have a chance to meet Angelika and Peter, tour their modern facilities and see first-hand the benefits of choosing Livermore Physical Therapy.

How do I choose a physical therapy clinic?

These are some things you may consider when seeking a physical therapy clinic:

  • The therapist should be licensed in the state.
  • The first visit should include a thorough medical history and physical examination before any treatment is rendered.
  • The patient goals should be discussed in detail during the first visit.
  • Care should include a variety of techniques which might include hands-on techniques, soft tissue work, therapeutic exercises and in some cases heat, cold, electrical stimulation or ultrasound.
  • Do they have a service that can address your problem?
  • Do they take your insurance or are they willing to work with you if they are not a preferred provider?
  • They should be conveniently located. Since sitting and driving often aggravate orthopedic problems, there should be a very good reason for you to drive a long distance for rehabilitation.
  • What are the hours of operation?
  • Can they provide satisfaction survey results?
  • The therapist should provide the treatment.
  • Can you briefly interview the therapist before the first visit?
  • Ask your family and friends who they would recommend.