By Dr. Zach Daniels
As the average length of life continues to grow and people live more of an active lifestyle comes the need for body management. The body works like the mechanics of a car and routine care is needed to keep it functioning properly. Advances in physical therapy, along with many other medical fields, has allowed for less “guessing” as to what the diagnosis may be and proper treatment needed to correct it.
"I have always dreamed of working in private practice because it allows me to deliver the highest quality care the patient deserves, while also challenging me to excel in my field." - Zach
Professional Rehabilitation Services, a privately owned and operated physical therapy clinic, has now expanded and is now conveniently located in the Coventry Crossing plaza of the Market Common community. Dr. Zach Daniels is a graduate of Clarkson University in upstate NY. Zach was born in New England but spent most of his time competing as a national level ski jumping athlete all around the country where he first became interested in the physical therapy profession. After witnessing the benefits physical rehabilitation had on the lives of teammates, competitors, and himself, Zach set forth to make a career in such a rewarding field.
At Professional Rehabilitation Services we treat you as an individual, rather than categorizing you by the injury, surgical procedure, or symptoms you may have. We recognize that everyone is different and complex, so we aim to resolve the pain or difficulty you have by fixing the root cause of the problem through mechanical and manual techniques. Dr. Zach Daniels aims to be the health care provider that you choose when you are not able to do what you once were due to physical limitations of pain, balance, vertigo or following a surgery.
Whether you have had physical therapy in the past or still have questions about how it may benefit you, we encourage you to give it try in conjunction with other medical treatments. A common misconception is that physical therapy is just a bunch of exercises. Although that may be beneficial for some, the majority of pain-related conditions require a manual component to correct the irritated tissues or joint abnormalities. We pride ourselves on acquiring many post-graduate certifications and continuing education courses in manual therapy, dry needling and vestibular (vertigo) rehabilitation in order to bring you the most advanced and comprehensive care. Just like you would with any health care professional, choose a physical therapist that you connect with and delivers that treatment that you deserve.
We accept most major insurance plans and a physician referral is often needed. Call (843) 213-6338 to set up an appointment, find out more information or schedule a FREE 15-minute consultation to see what physical therapy can do for you.