when pain is limiting you from reaching your goals, we guide you to get back to what you love
At GoTherex we guide you to restore your strength and vitality, getting you back to the things you love and promoting longevity.
Your concierge plan is customized specifically for your goals based upon a thorough evaluation of your current baseline.
Start with a one hour Full Body Physical Therapy Evaluation where we will diagnosed not only your current pain but the source of why you are having your current pain.
Using the diagnostic information from the Evaluation we will decreased the pain while resolving the root cause of the injury.
With pain no longer an impediment we will increase the stability and mobility of your joints while increasing your overall strength and resilience.
return to what you love
Live Better, Stronger and Happier as you return to the activities you love and have left behind! Increase your vitality and longevity through continued exercise, nutrition planning, and self-care.
Our #1 priority is helping our clients achieve their goals.
Matt was a wonderful physical therapist and I’m not just saying that! He’s professional, caring, and informative. He gives you suggestions and helpful exercises to make sure you prevent your accidents and pain from recurring. I would recommend him to anyone!
Matt has not only trained me, but taught me how to do these exercises properly, be careful with my nutrition and just give me an overall great workout.
Matt Reuschle set me up on a workout program in August of 2020 and I have been working with him ever since. I feel the best I ever have. I have been exercising my whole life off and on but Matt’s program has made more of a difference in just a few months. I highly recommend him to my family and friends all the time.
My job as a Doctor of Physical Therapy and a Strength and Conditioning Specialist is not to tell you what you can’t do. No. My job is to empower and guide you to get back to doing exactly what you want to do.
Dr. Matt Reuschle PT, DPT, CSCS
Physical Therapy Q&A
Do I need a physician’s referral to attend physical therapy?
No, you don’t need a physician’s referral for physical therapy.
Why should I receive physical therapy for my injury?
Will my insurance cover physical therapy?
At GoTherex we pride ourselves in offering the best care available, while ensuring that all costs of care are transparent. For this reason we do not accept payment from health insurance companies. We do accept FSA and HSA payments. Our individual visit rate is $225 per visit and we offer package rates as low as $150 per visit.
Can physical therapy help me avoid surgery?
Physical Therapy Practice In Suwanee GA
- Your physical therapist should work with you 1 on 1, for the entirety of each session throughout your plan of care.
- Your care shouldn’t be dependent on the decisions made by your health insurance.
- You deserve physical therapy that is individualized to your needs, goals, and situation.
- GoTherex Concierge Physical Therapy is a comprehensive approach to treating disease, injury, and pain.
- We partner with you as a guide to help you overcome whatever challenges you currently face.
- We will ask the hard questions, educate you on your condition, and won’t hold back in telling you the truth.
- Massage, E-stim, and unsupervised exercise is not high-quality therapy. If that’s your experience of physical therapy, think again.
- The key to therapeutic exercise being effective is in the small minutiae of movement patterns and loading prescription. Your therapist works with you at all times to ensure each rep helps you to get better.
- GoTherex offers mobile therapy to your home as well as in-clinic therapy at our office locations.
Don’t waste your time and your money on copays for sub-par care any longer. Contact GoTherex for the physical therapy care you deserve that saves you time and money.
Physical Therapy Conditions
Here are just some of the conditions we can treat at GoTherex Concierge Physical Therapy:
- Upper & Lower Back Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Neck Pain & Headaches
- ACL Injury Recovery
- Rotator Cuff Tendonitis
- Vestibular Dysfunction
- Joint Pain
- Weight Management
- Sports Injury Recovery & Rehabilitation
Physical Therapy Treatments
Manual therapy is the use of hands to exert force with a therapeutic purpose. It can be done through massage, acupressure, joint mobilization and manipulation, nerve manipulation, and myofascial release.
This treatment helps to loosen stiff joints, reduce pains, relax tense muscles, induce relaxation, and help to facilitate movement and exercise.
Resistance Training helps to strengthen the muscles, thereby helping with the stabilization of joints. The use of barbells, dumbbells, or weight machines helps activate the muscles and make them stronger.
Isometric exercises, isolation exercises, and multi-joint exercises are some of the different techniques of weight training that can be used.
Cupping, Stretching and Recovery Therapy
Cupping utilizes suction to bring bloodflow and healing to superficial tissues. Stretching increases mobility and can increase the range of motion and lower the muscle tone in painful areas. Recovery therapy is of huge benefit to athletes of all ages.
Sometimes, all you need to stop that pain is to move more, and we can use exercise to relieve pain and strengthen muscles. Stabilization and balance exercises, aerobic activities, and muscle activation exercises are some of the exercises that can help you relieve pain. These exercises are also used for sports rehabilitation and weight management.
Our skilled and certified physical therapists perform this procedure. When some parts of the muscles develop knotted areas, they are usually very painful. Those knotted parts are usually called trigger points; dry needles are pushed into the trigger points to stimulate the tissues and relieve the pains.
Dry needling is used to treat musculoskeletal issues like heel, shoulder, back, and neck pains.