Our Practice

Advance Physical & Aquatic Therapy is located in Springfield, PA and Bloomall, PA, with dedicated staff members. Our offices are situated on Baltimore Pike and Parkway Drive, making them commonly frequented spots for Springfield and Bloomall physical therapy pain relief.

We have a highly experienced team of physical therapists who offer specialized treatment services for any pain, injury, or discomfort you may be feeling. Our patients have found high levels of success in our treatment services, due to our implementation of advanced technology and methods.

We use sophisticated diagnostic methods, such as movement investigation and gait analysis, to help determine which services you will benefit from most. At Advance Physical & Aquatic Therapy, our thorough evaluations lead to successful treatment plans for your pain relief, healing, and future injury prevention needs.

Our Mission:

At the end of the day, our team is here to provide support to YOU – the patient. Our success is dependent upon your success, and we strive to create a warm, welcoming environment where you can comfortably heal.

At Advance Physical & Aquatic Therapy, we have one mission: Our mission is to get you back to doing the things you love most, without limitations and better than ever. Our physical therapists help you recover from your current problem so you can ADVANCE your health, sports performance and fitness to a higher level.

Everyone at Advance works hard to add value to your therapy session so you know you have made a good decision as to where to get your healthcare. This is what makes us different from other physical therapy centers. We connect with each person that walks through our doors and work to make a lifelong relationship. Our therapists are the movement professional you will seek to, not only heal movement problems, but also prevent them before they occur using yearly check ups and occasional movement screens.

Our treatment plans are aimed toward the achievement of each patient’s goals, taking into account their symptoms, medical history, and any health restrictions they may have. We look forward to watching each and every one of our patients achieve their goals. With our care and commitment, we know that is possible for anyone who walks through our doors.

If you are in the city, state area, or any of the surrounding areas, and you are looking for relief, look no further. Advance Physical & Aquatic Therapy is here to help as favored Springfield and Bloomall physical therapy practices. Call our offices at (610) 544-8500 to schedule a consultation with one of our physical therapists today! We will be happy to meet with you and create a plan for your journey toward health, healing, and pain relief.

Evidence-based Physical Therapy

If you ask a person what their favorite therapy is, they will tell you it is the one that works. Here at Advance Physical & Aquatic Therapy, we strive to be the therapy clinic that works for all of our patients, by utilizing evidence-based practice (EBP). Using interventions that work is what EBP is all about. EBP has been defined as “physiotherapy (physical therapy) informed by relevant high quality clinical research” (Herbert, Jamtvedt, Mead & Hagen, 2005).

While certainly not a new concept, the last decade has seen EBP emerge as a standard in healthcare. We here at Advance cultivate an environment, where our clinicians are expected to deliver high-quality care, improve treatment outcomes and document those outcomes.

The primary purpose of EBP is to close the gap between research and clinical practice and to improve patient outcomes. Currently, at Advance Physical & Aquatic Therapy, all of our clinicians participate in a monthly journal club to ensure we stay up-to-date with the best available evidence for our treatment.

Goals of EBP

  • to make sure that all decisions made for patient care take into account “the best available evidence.”
  • to better plan and evaluate service delivery.
  • to better analyze research studies and direct those findings to better care.
  • take better measurement and do interpretation of outcomes to provide the best care possible.
  • to provide better patient information.
  • to better understand the reasons for lack of compliance by patients in relation to their PT care.
  • to accurately gauge the relationship between patients and physical therapists and its effect on health-related outcomes.
  • to develop theories based on evidence in practice.
References

Herbert R., Jamtvedt, G., Mead, J. & Hagen, K. B. (2005) Practical evidence-based physiotherapy. Edinburgh: Elsevier Butterworth Heinemann.