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River Oaks Physical Therapy & Wellness in Houston,TX

  • River Oaks Physical Therapy rated the best by their patients.
  • 99.99% would refer their friends or family.
  • 100% of patients received treatment from the same physical therapist every visit.
  • 99.99% received their first treatment in less than 24 hours. River Oaks PT will Fix Your Pain.

We Help People From All Walks Of Life To Get Back To Pain Free Activities As Soon As Possible Without Relying On Pain Medications, Injections or Surgery.

We provide the best quality physical therapy and sports rehabilitation in Houston, TX. Our one and only goal is, getting you back to pain free activities quickly and efficiently. Thanks to our evidence-based treatment approach, our patients start to see their improvement in 3-4 visits. We empower our patients with the knowledge and skills to self-manage, alleviate pain, and restore function. Patients experience the difference in treatment with our various modality stations. River Oaks Physical Therapy & Wellness has a certified McKenzie practitioner, for patients needing exclusively this treatment approach. Using the scientifically-proven McKenzie method of treatment means that the patients spend days rather than months in therapy and, in most cases, avoid further testing, imaging, and often unnecessary invasive procedures.
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(281) 940-9423
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(713) 979-8116

what people like you are saying about river oaks physical therapy

  • They always take time to address the problems that you are having…

    R. Goodwin

  • The staff cares about my specific needs and uses a mix of physical therapy exercises...…

    Derrick K.

  • I could tell an immediate difference after using it only once or twice and I continue to strengthen my back and core. Definitely recommend!…

    Kayla D.

  • I have had a few more sessions and I'm pain free now. The staff are very competent…

    Teresa I.

  • She and her staff are highly professional and effective. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!…

    R. Hernandez

  • Since I have seen Teresa I am walking upright and no longer slouching to one side.…

Physical Therapy Houston TX

Back Pain

Back pain often happens because something is off in the way your spinal joints, muscles, discs, and nerves fit together and move. An estimated 75 to 85 percent of all Americans will experience some form of back pain during their lifetime. In about 90% of all cases, pain improves without surgery.

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Neck Pain

Neck pain can come from a number of disorders and diseases and can involve any of the tissues in the neck. Examples of common conditions causing neck pain are degenerative disc disease, neck strain, neck injury such as in whiplash, a herniated disc, or a pinched nerve.

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Shoulder Pain

Common Symptoms are:

  • Shoulder pain, usually dull and aching but could be very severe
  • Loss of shoulder mobility
  • Pain wakes you up during the night
  • Limited elbow and wrist movement
  • Difficulty with activities such as teeth or hair brushing and taking your shirt on and off.

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Knee Pain

Severe knee and hip pain can limit your everyday activities and keep you from doing the things you love. Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Avascular Necrosis, Osteoporosis, and Post-Traumatic Arthritis are some of the most common causes. Hip pain can also cause pain in the thigh or leg.

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Face Pain and TMJ

We work closely with occlusal dentists to help restore normal TMJ. One of the most common symptoms of TMJ is facial pain, typically felt in the jaw muscles as a dull, throbbing ache, although it can be felt almost anywhere in the face and may have a different character.

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Physical Therapy Houston TX

Joint Pain

Any damage to the joints from disease or injury can interfere with your movement and cause a lot of pain. Many different conditions can lead to painful joints, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, bursitis, gout, strains, sprains, and other injuries. Joint pain is extremely common.

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Physical Therapy Houston TX
Physical Therapy Houston TX
Physical Therapy Houston TX
Physical Therapy Houston TX


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