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You have a unique story of what brought you here…whether you were injured, had an accident or are interested in maintaining your health... Now you are looking for a provider who can help you get to where you want to go.

mt eden physical therapy 01At Mt. Eden Physical Therapy, we believe you need more than a provider. We believe you need a partner. That’s why our outpatient rehabilitation program is centered around teamwork. Our clinicians work closely with you to understand your unique circumstances and to design a highly customized plan that enables you to achieve your personal goals.

We know it will take hard work and time. That’s why we will be with you every step of the way…guiding you…communicating with you…and supporting you. From us, you will receive the highest level of clinical expertise and personalized care. With your trust and commitment, together, we will achieve your goals.


What Sets Us Apart

  • Our clinicians are Doctors of Physical Therapy. We do not have physical therapist assistants or physical therapy aides.
  • You will be treated by the same physical therapist, from evaluation to discharge.
  • You will benefit from the combined knowledge of experienced clinicians.
  • You will be seen promptly at your appointment time.
  • You will not participate in "group physical therapy." Your time with your physical therapist is not shared with others.
  • Our front office staff is friendly, courteous, and responsive.
  • Our clinic is quiet, clean, and professional.
  • We do in-house insurance billing. We advocate for our patients, making sure all claims are processed correctly.

Our clinic, which opened in 1988, is a member of Physical Therapy Provider Network (PTPN), a nation-wide network of independent outpatient rehabilitation providers who own the clinics in which they practice. To join PTPN, rehabilitation professionals must pass the strictest credentialing program in the health care industry, maintain continuing education and training, and follow precise standards of practice and quality assurance.


Human Performance & Rehabilitation Science
Our clinicians acquired extensive knowledge and expertise working with all kinds of patients, including young children, high school athletes, weekend warriors, and adults with spinal pain, arthritis, or who are recovering from rotatorcuff repairs or joint replacement surgery. We take pride in being able to provide highly effective treatments, using evidence-based practice principles, as well as the individual needs of our patients. We want to provide undivided attention to each patient and consistently tailor our treatment strategies to meet those needs, ensuring safety and effectiveness of our treatments. Those programs are based on the most recent research and data to maximize our patients' recovery.

Manual Therapy
Our clinicians receive formal and extensive training in manual therapy from a variety of schools. The manualtechniques used by our clinicians are used to address spine, extremity and soft tissue mobility.Those techniquesinclude mobilization of the spine and joints, soft tissue mobilization, and trigger point therapy.

Functional Training
Our philosophy is to provide clients with the most efficient an effective tools to return to their daily activities as quickly as possible. We accomplish this goal by concentrating on restoring cardiovascular endurance, physical abilities, education in proper body mechanics, and safety precautions.
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  • Joint Replacement Rehab
  • Post Surgical Rehab
  • Neck Pain
  • Low Back Pain
  • Sciatica
  • Hip Pain
  • Gait Abnormalities
  • Balance
  • Knee Pain
  • Ankle Pain
  • Foot Pain including Plantar Fasciitis
  • Vestibular Disorders (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo)
  • TMJ & Facial Pain
  • Pre- and Post-partum Discomfort
  • Fall Risk Evaluation and Prevention
  • Arthritis Pain
  • Headache

Vestibular or Balance Rehabilitation
Vestibular or Balance rehabilitation treats dizziness and balance problems caused by both vestibular and non-vestibular issues. Vestibular disorders impact the inner ear (or vestibular system), which is responsible for communicating body and head movement to the brain to process balance. Other causes of balance problems can include head injury, stroke, neuromuscular disorders and disorders of the central nervous system.

Treatments may include balance activities, eye movement exercises, flexibility and strengthening exercise and fall prevention education.



Mt. Eden physical therapists work closely with local physicians and practitioners to assist in the recovery of:

  • Post-Operative Extremity and Spine Rehabilitation
  • Degenerative Conditions of the Spine and Extremities
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Pre-Operative Strengthening and Preparation
  • Chronic Neck and Back Pain
  • Foot and Ankle Dysfunction
  • Sports Injuries and Trauma
  • Vestibular or Balance Rehab
  • Joint Replacement Rehab
  • Arthritis Pain





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