March is National Athletic Training month and to celebrate we are taking a deeper look at the role of Certified Athletic Trainers, also known as
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ARC Physical Therapy+ offers the best in physical therapy. Meet our physical therapists, read about our modalities, and see what makes us different.
The Physical Therapy space is ever changing, so we asked each of our partners what they find most exciting about the Physical Therapy space right
Dry needling is a very effective form of treatment for pain and movement issues, but many people have questions and concerns since needles are involved.
There is no cookie cutter approach to treating patients. An individual treatment plan must be developed for each patient, their injury and their specific goals.
Sports and physical therapy go hand in hand, and we have experience in both. The demand on an athlete’s bodies makes them prone to injuries,
We have decades of experience in sports and physical therapy, and many times, they coincide. Sports places high demand on athlete’s bodies, and injuries are
At ARC Physical Therapy+, we are dedicated to providing the best care for our patients. As part of that we offer a robust continuing education
“The most compelling part of the McKenzie Method is that it allows the patient to take a more active role in managing their pain,” Megan
The profession of physical therapy is constantly evolving and its scope of practice continues to grow to offer the best standard of care for its
What is your name? Char Mies What is your role at ARC Physical Therapy+? Physical Therapist/Clinic Director for KCK clinic What year did you begin
With nearly 30 million confirmed diagnoses of COVID-19 in the U.S., countless people are still suffering from the long-term effects of the disease. While most
While gardening on Mother’s Day, Katherine (Kat) Schneider tripped and fell off a step, severely dislocating and fracturing her left ankle. She was immediately taken
The Wichita South clinic just turned one! Although the COVID-19 pandemic hit just three months after the clinic opened, the resiliency and dedication of the
Athletes aren’t the only ones who can sustain injuries on and off the field. Referees can also get hurt before, during and after games. Just
By: Kimberly Sumner, Partner, Physical Therapist and Clinic Director Life during a global pandemic is stressful. Our schedules have been interrupted, we have challenges at