M.K. Barclay Physical Therapy



M.K. Barclay Physical Therapy performs a thorough evaluation of each patient.  After which an individualized treatment is designed that takes into account the patient’s unique needs and specific goals.  All treatment sessions at M.K. Barclay Physical Therapy consist of one hour, one on one care with ultimate privacy.  The treatment includes manual therapy (soft tissue mobilization, active release technique, nerve gliding, joint mobilization, active range of motion, passive range of motion, stretching, traction, kinesiotaping, McConnell taping, orthotic fabrication), therapeutic and functional exercise to resolve muscle imbalances, or running, gait, balance, posture training if necessary.  When appropriate, modalities such as ice, intermittent compression, laser, ultrasound, phonophoresis, electric stimulation will be applied.  A patient will be educated on the anatomy and biomechanics of the body part affected, advice for future injury prevention, and an independent home exercise/stretching program.  An open dialogue is encouraged to answer any questions so that the diagnosis and cause of injury is clearly understood.  Research supporting the evidence based practice for treatments will be supplied.  Recurring re-evaluation, feedback, and assessment after implementation of each treatment will be conducted.  Continual correspondence with patient’s doctor, personal trainer and/or coach will be provided.


The following conditions or injuries are commonly treated:

o    Post Operative Rehabilitation – Total Hip replacement, ACL & PCL reconstruction, Total Knee Replacement, Total Shoulder Replacement, labral repair, artificial disc replacement, spinal fusion, arthroscopic meniscectomy, discectomy, bunionectomy, posterior tibialis dysfunction & repair, post fracture care

o    Sports and Orthopedic Injuries – bursitis, tendonitis, tendinosis, sprains, strains, stress fractures 

o    Upper extremity: Shoulder- impingement, instability, rotator cuff injury, adhesive capsulitis, labral tears.  Elbow: medial epicondylitis, lateral epicondylitis, nerve entrapment, instability  

o    Spine-cervical, thoracic and low back pain, stenosis, herniated disc

o    Lower Extremity: Sacro Iliac pain, hip and knee pain, meniscus tears, patellofemoral pain, subluxed cuboid, hallux rigidus, heel pain