What We Treat

Treatment at New Heights Physical Therapy individually tailors a physical therapy program for your specific needs. Our goal is to provide a superior level of physical therapy, and we want you to feel that your concerns are heard and your care is personalized from the moment you enter to the time you leave. Our unique combination of education, training and clinical experience gives our patients a special blend of proven therapeutic methods that provide an optimal stimulus for maximum recovery.

At New Heights, we partner with patients to engage, educate, and empower them about their physical health issues. To learn more about what we treat, use the graphic below. Click on the area of the body that signifies where you are experiencing symptoms to get a better understanding of your injury or condition.

Head Pain

Head pain can range from mild to severe and it can appear anywhere on your head. Head pain can be caused by a variety of factors including concussions, headaches, poor posture, and arthritis. Head Pain >>

Spine & Back Pain

Acute lower back pain is most frequently caused by a torn muscle or ligament or by a major injury to these tissues. These strains and sprains can occur from improper body mechanics, traumatic injuries and sports or fitness. Back Pain >>

Elbow Pain

Pain in the elbow can come on gradually, or cause sudden sharp discomfort. Most elbow pain is caused by sports injuries, falls, vehicle accidents, and overuse of the elbow. Physical therapy is a way to treat injuries to the elbow in a way that helps promote total healing. Elbow Pain >>

Hand Pain

Injuries to the hands can take many forms because there are numerous bones and joints in this area. Most often, soft tissue injuries, dislocations, and fractures can significantly impact daily life. Hand Pain >>

Ankle Pain

There are ligaments (tough bands of tissue, not muscle) that help stabilize your ankle, ensuring proper movement and alignment. When you move your ankle in a way that is awkward or counter to its natural range of motion, you can stretch, tear, or “sprain” the ankle ligaments. Ankle Pain >>

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain may be directly caused by the shoulder joint itself or by its surrounding tendons, ligaments or muscles. Shoulder pain that is exacerbated with arm movement is most likely related to the shoulder joint. Shoulder Pain >>

Leg Pain

If you’re experiencing wrist pain while writing, you may have carpal tunnel syndrome. Carpal tunnel syndrome is one of the most common causes of wrist pain with pain characterized by numbness and tingling in the hand, wrist or arm. Wrist Pain >>

Foot Pain

If you’re experiencing wrist pain while writing, you may have carpal tunnel syndrome. Carpal tunnel syndrome is one of the most common causes of wrist pain with pain characterized by numbness and tingling in the hand, wrist or arm. Wrist Pain >>

Wrist Pain

If you’re experiencing wrist pain while writing, you may have carpal tunnel syndrome. Carpal tunnel syndrome is one of the most common causes of wrist pain with pain characterized by numbness and tingling in the hand, wrist or arm. Wrist Pain >>

Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation

The New Heights staff has unparalleled education and experience. Our physical therapists have more tools than the average clinic to asses your condition, apply specific hands-on treatments, and to instruct exercises that are directly related to your physical findings. All of our physical therapists have advanced training and expertise to provide the most effective rehabilitation approach and care. Furthermore, New Heights Physical Therapists frequently partner with other practitioners, sending them reports, and staying active in communication to optimize your treatment program. There is never conflict between the physical therapy offered in our clinic and the care or advice you receive from other health practitioners.

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Serving Portland OR | Vancouver WA
(503) 236-3108 East Portland
(360) 737-3346 Vancouver Clinic

OUR LOCATIONS

East Portland
5736 NE Glisan St.
Portland, OR 97213
(503) 236-3108

Vancouver
1700 Broadway St., Suite 101
Vancouver, WA 98663
(360) 737-3346

What We Treat in Portland OR and Vancouver WA

Seeing Patients in the following Portland and Vancouver areas:

SE Portland | NE Portland | Gresham | Happy Valley | Clackamas | Milwaukie | Mt Tabor | Belmont | Lloyd Center | Laurelhurst | Hollywood District | Downtown Portland | Beaverton | Tigard | Hillsboro | Cedar Mill | Cornell | Sylvan | Cedar Hills

Downtown Vancouver | Fruit Valley | Hazel Dell | Felida | Cascade Park | Camas Washington

East PDX:
(503) 236-3108
Vancouver:
(360) 737-3346