At Diversified Physical Therapy, we want to help you be the best you can be. We pride ourselves on providing one-on-one patient care and treatments truly tailored to your needs. During each one-hour treatment session, we work hard to make sure you obtain everything you can so you leave our facility feeling better about your condition, recovery, and physical health.
What to Expect At Diversified Physical Therapy
As our patient, you can trust we will focus on you as a whole — we want to help improve you overall wellbeing. Our practice opened in 1994, and over the years we have developed a reputation for kind, compassionate, and personalized services. We utilize advanced procedures, maintain positive attitudes, and practice teamwork to help each patient create the desired results.
Our 10,000-square-foot building features private treatment rooms, a large gym area, a full therapy pool, an unloaded walking system, and a functional training room. We are staffed by a diverse group of healthcare professionals and take a multidisciplinary approach with each patient. This includes both physical therapy and occupational therapy services, and many of our team members have specialized training. Our new location in Reese is 2500 square feet with a fully functional gym and private treatment rooms to give the same quality of care.
Quality Therapeutic & Rehabilitative Services
Manual therapy techniques are used to increase range of motion, regulate pain, reduce soft tissue swelling and inflammation, induce relaxation, improve muscle elasticity, and more. Manual therapy involves skilled hand movements and passive movements of soft tissues and joints to improve physical function and enhance wellness.
CranioSacral Therapy (CST) is designed to release tension deep in the body, resulting in lowered dysfunction and pain relief, while improving whole-body health and performance. Developed by John E. Upledger, a osteopathic physician and professor of biomechanics at Michigan State University, this technique utilizes soft touch to release restrictions in the soft tissues surrounding the central nervous system. This enhances your body’s ability to self-correct and can help alleviate a complete range of dysfunctions, including sports injuries, chronic pain, and neurological impairment.
Myofascial Release Techniques
This treatment involves applying gentle, sustained pressure into the myofascial connective tissue to help restore motion and eliminate pain. It is safe and very effective, as it promotes proper body mechanics and movement, enhances strength, improves flexibility, and enhances postural awareness. Myofascial Release is used for patients who have experienced trauma, inflammatory, and/or surgical procedures which have created myofascial restrictions.
This type of therapy is performed by a physical or occupational therapist to treat conditions affecting the upper extremities and hands. It is our goal through our hand therapy services to help return you to your highest level of function. Hand therapy is used for non-operative interventions, preventative care, and post-surgical rehabilitation. This therapy is performed by our Occuptational Therapist who is a certified hand specialist.
LSVT BIG treatments are provided to individuals with Parkinson’s disease and other neurological conditions. These empowering and evidence-based treatments are customized to the unique needs of patients. LSVT BIG focuses on training patients to use their bodies in a more normal manner.
Athletic Training Programs For Sports Specific Rehabilitation
We have three certified athletic trainers on staff, all of whom are supervised by our physical therapists. Each trainer assists in providing treatment to injured athletes and improving function to expedite their return to sports activities. In addition, our trainers provide athletic training services to Reese High School and Frankenmuth High School. Our trainers also supervise our insurance-covered metabolic weight loss program, which focuses on diet and exercise.
Women's Health/Pelvic Pain
We provide physical therapy for pelvic floor pain/dysfunction.
We offer individualized pelvic health assessment and treatment for a wide range of pelvic dysfunction, which can include incontinence, pelvic and/or bladder pain and pregnancy/postpartum complications.
Youth Injury Prevention Classes
These classes focus on preventing injuries by improving core strength, balance, stability, flexibility, leg strength, and endurance. All of these are keys for avoiding athletic injuries. Every class is taught by Sara Keller, Certified Athletic Trainer.
1 student = $40
2 students = $20 each
3 students = $15 each
4-7 students = $10 each
8+ students = $8 each
Class sessions are 45-minutes long and are offered either in our Frankenmuth facility or at your school. There is an additional fee for classes held off-site, depending on the distance from Diversified.
To reserve your date and time, please give us a call at 989-652-4040. Spots are filling up fast, so we encourage you to reach out ASAP!
Recovering from a workplace accident can be a difficult process, so we work to make your experience positive and fulfilling. We know you are eager to resume normal activities, and we want to help you return to work efficiently and safely. Your program with us is customized to your specific needs, and we work diligently to keep the lines of communication open between you, your physician, and your insurance company.
This type of physical therapy is performed within a pool or aquatic environment. Each treatment is designed to help improve flexibility, balance, and coordination; decrease stress and promote relaxation; build muscle strength and endurance; and increase independence in movement. Our facility features a 7 ft x 18 ft pool, with depths ranging from 3 ft to 5 ft. The temperature is maintained at 94 degrees.
Orthopedic & Spine Care
We have created the only clinic where the physical therapist and prosthetist work together with the patient to stretch, strengthen and train in the use of the prosthetic. This ensures proper fit/comfort, safety, and optimized results for the patients.
TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint Disease)
We provide physical therapy to aid with decreasing the pain associated with TMJ and improving mobility of the jaw. We offer skilled manual therapy services for this area in combination with targeted exercises and stretches focused on improving posture and dysfunction of associated musculature.