The reason we win Best Physical Therapy Practice in Loudoun County year after year is because at BioMechanic Physical Therapy, we know it is important to address your symptoms now, but more importantly, we correct the source of your pain. This makes you feel better now -- and prevents your problem from coming back.
Pain can come from different sources; injury, surgery, or something that came on gradually. We work to understand the problem or dysfunction within your body that is causing pain. It may be muscular, skeletal, or a combination of both. Once we have determined the source, we develop a personalized plan that will correct it. We understand the mechanics of your body and what is not working the way it should so we can help make you better.
This is how Dr. Lisa Allen, PT, came up with the name "BioMechanic Physical Therapy". When the body's mechanics aren't working properly it can cause pain. To compensate, you may begin to move differently, which causes secondary pain and problems. To stop the cycle, your body's mechanics may need to be restored or corrected.
The most important thing about our techniques is that we are founded in mechanics. Specifically your body's mechanics or biomechanics. All of our therapists believe that making sure the physics of you are optimized to get to reason of why you either, 1. developed a problem that came on slowly or 2. what mechanics or physics might have been thrown off by your injury or surgery. We use our hands and mechanical tools to measure and evaluate, our analytical minds to solve the problem and our hands to restore you to perfect!
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We are located in Lansdowne, between Leesburg, Dulles Airport, and Ashburn in Loudoun County, Northern Virginia. We are amid the neighborhoods of Belmont Ridge & Belmont Country Club, River Creek & River Creek Country Club, Goose Creek, Ashburn Farm. Come in for a tour or
Call us today at 703-723-7726!
Wondering about our logo? It represents the "Golden Mean" or the "Fibonacci Principle". It is a mathematical harmony that appears many times throughout nature -- and of course in the human body.