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Our Services

Ryan Physical Therapy Associates evaluates and treat a wide variety of Muskuloskeletal, Myofasical, Neurological, and other physical dysfunctions. Spinal disorders including back pain, stiff neck, arthritis, sciatica, shoulder, hip, knee, ankle and foot rehabilitaion are all conditions that fall within our area of expertise. Our offices specializes in and caters to our medicare population with a focus on preventing loss of mobility and strength and optimizing independence with  an active and pain free lifestyle for our seniors. All of our treatment plans are creatively tailored for the indiviuals's needs and designed to meet their goals. Our aim is to not only help you recover but with an eye on prevention to have you leave us in a better condition than you were before your injury, illness or whatever condition that caused you to seek us out. We will treat, coach, and guide you on your road to optimum recovery.  

We can help you regain mobility and freedom. Ryan Physical Therapy Associates is an independent therapist-owned practice

Anodyne Therapy

Ryan Physical Therapy is pleased to offer Anodyne Therapy as part of a comprehensive therapy program. Anodyne Therapy uses infrared light to dilate vessels and increase blood flow to the treated area, providing more nutrients and oxygen.

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What Conditions Does Anodyne Help?

Anodyne may help with any condition that can benefit from:

  • Increased circulation
  • Reduced pain


Anodyne Therapy should not be used:

  • Directly over any active cancer
  • Over or near the womb of a pregnant woman
  • Directly over a topical heating agent such as BenGay, Icy Hot or Capsaicin Completely remove these agents before applying Anodyne

The following are the only known side-effects:

Superficial burns - Follow instructions carefully for treatment times
Hypoglycemia - Always check your blood sugar whenever you start a new therapy with an increase in activity

Anodyne may be used safely with:

Metal implants, pins, screws, pacemakers and defibrillators
There is no electrical current or deep heat associated with this device

If you need physical therapy for a problem, you have a choice and the right to attend whatever therapy practice or facility you prefer. Ask your physician, dentist or surgeon to refer you to Ryan Physical Therapy Associates, The Right Choice. Call us at 301-797-4572 to schedule a visit today.

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