Deering Therapy Services is a progressive and dynamic husband and wife therapist co-owned organization composed of highly skilled and passionate physical therapy, occupational therapy, and fitness experts with one common goal to allow you to achieve your personal best so you can “Live better and play better.”

At Deering, we care about our patients. We adhere to the highest ethical standards, and we are committed to continuing professional development according to the latest research in our field.
Our patient care and the effectiveness of our services are well known, and leading orthopedic surgeons and physicians regularly refer patients to Deering Therapy.

If you are in need of  physical or occupational therapy, a athlete of any age, or you just want to get in the best shape of your life, Deering Therapy Services offers specific programs tailored to your individual needs. Our services include outpatient orthopedic physical and occupational therapy, one-on-one personal training, sport enhancement programs, weight management/nutrition, and massage therapy. Our staff is composed of experts in their fields. We're committed in ensuring that you achieve your personal goals.

Physical Therapy

Physicians often recommend physical therapy (PT) for individuals of all ages recovering from surgery or injury. Physical Therapy is also indicated for anyone facing mobility problems resulting from illness, disease, or disability.

Physical therapists are often able to provide intervention to help reduce pain and allow patients to resume an active lifestyle . After an injury, physical therapists instruct individuals in exercises designed to help them regain strength, flexibility, and provide education on how to prevent a recurring injury.

Physical therapy may be beneficial any time there is  difficulty moving in such a way that it limits daily activities.

Occupational Therapy

At Deering Therapy, Occupational therapy (OT) focuses on assisting individuals of all ages in maximizing functional progress in all areas of their lives. This may include improving performance during activities of daily living, as well as resuming work related tasks and athletic participation.
According to the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), in addition to addressing a person's physical well-being, OT practitioners address psychological, social, and environmental factors that can affect physical function in many different ways. This makes occupational therapy a vital part of health care for some individuals.

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