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Balance Therapy

Benefits, Methods, and More.
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When To Seek Balance Therapy.

Decreased activity due to age or disability can lead to an increase in falls and injuries, hastening the process of other degenerative disorders. Balance therapy is a preventive tool used to improve balance through exercises for our clients’ core strength, gait, flexibility, and balance to decrease the risk of injuries.

Our therapists are dedicated to developing a plan that will help you live your life to its full capacity. We recommend you implement balance therapy if you are diagnosed with:


Benefits of Balance Therapy.

When you start balance therapy, you can expect several benefits including improved mobility, reduced pain, and ease performing everyday tasks. 

By providing top-quality physical therapy, our goal is to provide you with a clear path to improvement. Our team dedicated to improving your quality of life by providing you with a personalized therapy plan, so you can get back to what matters to you most. 

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What To Expect.

Balance therapy focuses on building strength and reducing symptoms of dizziness to improve your stability. Before we start, our professionals will consult with you to develop a plan that best addresses your concerns.  

Balance Training Exercises

Our therapists find muscle-strengthening exercises so you can relearn how to stay upright.

Gaze Stabilization Exercises

You'll work on staying focused during episodes of dizziness so you can reduce symptoms.

Gait Training

Our therapists help you improve balance, strength, and motion to help you walk with more ease.

Frequently Asked Questions

We take most major insurance plans for our specialized services. However, we’ll need to run your benefits to ensure you have the coverage you need. We also accept self pay and will provide an itemized invoice for any patients out of network.

No, our direct access therapy treatments do not require a referral. Contact us for pricing and to schedule an appointment! Same-day appointments are typically available.

We work with most major insurance providers for our specialized therapy services and also take cash/credit payment for all of our services.

Referrals are required for all insurance claims. Speak with your primary care physician, specialist, or surgeon for a referral. If you need assistance in obtaining a referral, please contact. We are happy to facilitate and provide information that may be helpful to give to your provider, please call us for more details.

We help our patients with numerous orthopedic and sports-related injuries, pre and post-op preparation, hand strengthening, and more! Learn more about which services we have here.

We’re located at 5020 122nd St. #200 in Lubbock, Texas!

Simply put, we’re the fixers.

Whether we are the first physical therapists our patients have seen, or the last, our patients often feel relieved to have a professional that listens and works hard to find the root cause of pain. We’ve seen patients who have been misdiagnosed pre and even post-surgery as a result of miscommunication. We’re different because we help educate and empower our patients to advocate for themselves. We’re able to do this confident by being a part of their journey and spending the individualized time necessary to understand what is causing pain and restricting functionality. 

If you’re interested in rehab, but prefer to pay without insurance, we offer simple and transparent cash prices.