A physical therapy treatment method 25 years in development that has delivered results to over 10,000 patients!

The medical world  has made incredible advances in patient care over the last 25 years in areas of surgery, organ transplants, evaluation technology, and disease stopping drugs.  However, in the rehabilitation world it is still taking 15 to 20 visits to fix some problems like back pain, if, its fixed at all!  

Dr. Kevin McGovern, PT created PERFECT MOTION to get his patients back to life, work, and/or sport as fast as possible.  How does this work?  Human movement is a math equation.  Meaning, there is an exact sequence of moves that occur with every movement you make.  Just like an a equation or formula, if just ONE of these movements are off, a lack of performance and injury will certainly occur.  If this sequence of movements has not been corrected in the past, this is the exact reason you are not back to full health.

"When you build a skyscraper, you start with the stable foundation of the parking garage.  If  the parking garage is unstable, the penthouse will eventually fail.  The human body works in the same way.  If the body does not have perfect from the initiation of the movement, a lack of performance is immediate and injury in inevitable."  -Dr. Kevin J McGovern, PT, CSCS

At PERFECT MOTION, the most important visit is the INITIAL EVALUATION.   At the the initial evaluation you will undergo an extensive evaluation which includes a full health history, a history of your problem/injury and all of the treatment you have had to date, a GAME Test, and a palpation exam of all major area of the body that may contribute to your current condition.

The next step is a comprehensive interview of you.  We want to know how this injury has affected your life, why you want to get better, what are your goals and aspirations once you are healthy and most importantly analyzing life activities that may contribute to your injury.

All of the interview, health history, and exam findings are analyzed and the results are gone over with you step by step to make sure there is complete understanding of how you were injured, why it happen or continues to happen, and how , together, we will fix it.  We call this part of the Initial Evaluation, the Report of Findings.

We take the Report of Findings and your goals from the interview and formulate a Plan of Care.  The Plan of Care is a roadmap to get you from your current condition to a condition where you can EXCEED your goals.  The Plan of Care is a prescription of the amount of visits needed to get you to a level of function where you are healthy, moving with precision, and have prevention strategies so that you NEVER return to PT for the same injury.  We start the prevention strategies at the conclusion of the initial evaluation.  You are instructed and perform the two exercises that will keep you healthy throughout your life.

We then schedule you out for your full Plan of Care and the PERFECT MOTION process begins!


Physical Therapy for Shoulder Injuries

Physical Therapy for Shoulder Injuries