Exercise today for a healthy tomorrow
Who are we?
The Brain & Spine Center Physical Therapy is a team of physical therapists that have been selected for their advanced training and skills to work with specialty physicians of the Brain & Spine Center at St. Luke's Hospital. We are committed to the latest treatment approaches of manual therapy and other exercise technologies. Many of our physical therapy team have additional certifications and doctoral training.
What is "Manual Therapy"?
Manual therapy is an advanced level of physical therapy training that includes hands-on techniques to evaluate and treat soft tissue and joint structures. This biomechanical method of evaluation results in a more precise treatment of the exact tissues involved. After manual hands-on treatment, prescribed exercise can also be more focused to retrain movement patterns and restore normal function. Expected outcomes may include: managing pain, increasing range of motion, reducing soft tissue tension, eliminating joint inflammation, increasing joint mobility, improving joint stability and normalizing movement patterns.
Manual Therapy Approaches Utilized
Whether the patient has simple or complex spinal/pelvic problems, Brain & Spine Physical Therapy is equipped and trained to meet their needs.
We are also pleased to offer specialized treatment of vestibular dysfunction and general orthopedic conditions. For more information about our services, please contact us at 314-205-6551.
Specialized Spine Care For:
Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Brain & Spine Physical Therapy accepts most insurance plans. Please contact us to see whether a specific insurance plan is accepted.
Location and Driving Directions
Brain & Spine Physical Therapy is separate from St. Luke's Outpatient Therapy Services. The South Medical Building is easily accessed from St. Luke's Hospital entrance at Woods Mill Road and Highway 141, just north of Highway 40/I-64. Complimentary valet parking is available at the main entrance of the North Medical Building.
Frequently Asked Questions
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