COVID-19 UPDATE Aug 23, 2020

In Motion Physical Therapy is open normal hours and accepting new patients. It remains our top priority to provide the highest quality care. We are taking extra precautions to keep our patients and staff safe per state and local guidelines.

In accordance with Chester County's transition to the Green Phase of reopening, our fitness center reopened in June. Hours: 7AM through 7PM, Monday through Friday. We will continue to monitor our occupancy and ask members to practice safe hygiene and social distancing in accordance with Chester County's Health Department guidelines.

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Sep 24, 19 , Video: Allison Pfrommer, DPT on Physical Therapy for Shoulder Dysfunction

Hi, my name is Allison Pfrommer. I am a physical therapist here at In Motion Physical Therapy. Today, I want to go over some important factors to consider with shoulder pain and dysfunction. Shoulder pain and dysfunction are common complaints of overhead athletes and desk-bound employees. The shoulder girdle complex is made up of 4 different joints or articulations that have to work together to perform optimal movement and posture. Shoulder activation requires chronological and selective muscle recruitment during upper extremity movement. Additionally, shoulder dysfunction can lead to neck pain, and vice versa, due to the origins and insertions of muscles that span from the neck to the shoulder. Due to the complex nature of the shoulder girdle and its close relationship to the neck, it is important to have a physical therapist analyze your movements patterns. Common diagnoses that we treat, involving the shoulder, include rotator cuff tears, tendonitis, bursitis, impingement, and labral tears. Here at In Motion we can help address muscle imbalances that are negatively impacting your quality of movement. With this information, we will produce a comprehensive and individualized plan of care to meet your specific needs. Please give us a call today at 610-518-9100 if you would like to schedule an appointment.

In Motion Physical Therapy serves patients in these Chester County, PA towns: Caln, Chester Springs, Coatesville, Downingtown, Eagle, East Bradford, Embreeville, Exton, Frazer, Glenmoore, Honey Brook, Lionville, Lyndell, Malvern, Marchwood, Marshallton, Newlin, Parkesburg, Pocopson, Sadsburyville, Thorndale, Uwchlan, West Bradford, West Chester, West Whiteland,