Physical Therapy Spring TX
We help you GET MOBILE, STAY ACTIVE AND FREE FROM INJURY,
Without the Use of Painkillers, Injections or Unnecessary Surgeries
First Discovery Visit is Free: (281) 801-5883
About RPM Physical Therapy Clinic
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See the Best Physical Therapist in Springs, TX
If you have mobility complaints or accident injuries, you need the care of professional physical therapists in Springs to help you return to an active, pain-free life. RPM Physical Therapy is staffed with expert caregivers and furnished with the equipment necessary for comprehensive rehabilitation protocols.
Dr. Jonathan Ruzicka, Ph.D., is the founder and lead physical therapist at RPM. A former football player for Midwestern State University, he suffered a severe back injury during training. A year of rehabilitative therapy later, he was back on the field.
Dr. Ruzicka's experience in injury rehab inspired him to study Physical Therapy, earn his doctorate, and go on to a three-year fellowship in Manual Therapy. From there, he began treating patients and eventually opened his own center, RPM Physical Therapy. His areas of expertise include injury prevention, performance-based rehab, tissue mobility, myofascial release, and joint mobilization.
Best Physical Therapy Springs TX
Dr. Ruzicka's overarching goal for every person who comes to RPM is a long, active life with full mobility and freedom from pain. He and his staff employ proven techniques and treatments to target pain and mobility problems and facilitate robust recovery.
What sets RPM apart from other Springs physical therapy centers? It's the fact that patients receive one-on-one treatment for the duration of their 60-minute sessions. Contrast this to other centers where one therapist cares for two to three patients at a time.
Dr. Ruzicka believes that focused attention for a whole hour speeds clients' recovery time. RPM patients suffer from shoulder, knee, back, ankle, and hip pain, frequently stemming from injuries. With concentrated therapy sessions, patients often recover in half the time that they would in situations with less individualized attention.
Physical therapists at RPM treat patients successfully for a comprehensive range of complaints: neck pain, low back pain, knee pain, shoulder problems, hip pain, ankle sprains, bursitis, tennis and golfer's elbow, shoulder impingement, patella-femoral pain, foot pain, and plantar fasciitis.
In Texas, to be seen at a physical therapy center, people must be referred by a medical professional such as a specialist, podiatrist, nurse practitioner, chiropractor, physician assistant, PCP, or dentist.
Mobility is about movement and the quality of it. The goal of mobility therapy is to help a person regain full ranges of motion without experiencing pain.
It's normal for people to feel increasing stiffness and joint aches and pain as they get older. Sometimes these symptoms develop gradually; sometimes, they seem to be absent one day and very much present the next. In either case, the impact is that people can't do the activities they're used to. Even simple activities, such as walking upstairs, can become difficult.
People who don't pursue targeted therapies to mitigate their mobility problems usually turn to pain killers, anti-inflammatories, or surgery.
RPM therapists operate on the belief that most aches and pains—even those caused by severe injuries—can be managed and disappeared with the right combination of exercises, treatments, tools, and education.
Movement and Performance Programs
RPM's carefully designed Movement and Performance (MAP) programs are crafted around each person's motivations, priorities, and goals.
Understanding that a program's success is determined by its alignment with a patient's motivations, RPM therapists ask questions to discover the drivers. Does the patient want to fit into last year's wardrobe? Play hide and seek with the grandkids? Take that walking tour through New Zealand?
RPM therapists uncover motivations and then help clients harness the power of them to achieve their goals.
Helping clients to identify and set priorities is also part of the MAP program. RPM therapists help clients plan realistically with their goals in mind.
MAP programs incorporate an appreciation for safe return to activity. Given that many patients come to the center for injury rehabilitation, RPM therapists are keenly aware that re-injury must be avoided. MAP programs focus on training and education that facilitate patients' safe, confident return to activity.
Personal Training at RPM
RPM Therapy Center is for people suffering from foot and ankle pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, and back pain. Individualized, attentive care sets the center apart from other therapy facilities. Patients who undergo RPM treatments on the whole recover faster than their counterparts at other centers where therapists split their time among two or more patients.
Back pain, whether it begins suddenly as a result of an injury or develops slowly with age, can significantly impact a person's enjoyment of life. Some people turn to surgery, while others endure the pain with or without pills. RPM therapists can bring relief to most sufferers of back pain.
Knee pain curtails activities as diverse as downhill skiing to walking up a staircase. It can be discouraging for people who want to exercise but get stopped by their knee pain. At RPM, therapists can set these patients on their way back to pain-free movement.
Neck and Shoulder Pain
Many people over age 40 suffer from neck and shoulder pain. Pain killers and anti-inflammatories become their go-to's because they don't know any other way to cope. At RPM, Dr. Ruzicka and his team provide personal training and therapy to help patients get rid of pain through treatments and exercise.
Foot and Ankle Pain
Pain in the feet and ankles can severely restrict many activities, including walking. Therapy at RPM helps patients who deal with this kind of pain to manage it and, in many cases, recover from it completely.
Call RPM Today
Have you been injured in an accident? Are you experiencing mobility loss and pain? Get help. Speak to your doctor. Request a referral to RPM Therapy Center and let us help you get your life back.
Are you suffering from back pain, knee pain, neck and shoulder pain, or foot and ankle pain? The individualized, one-on-one personal training that is standard practice at RPM sets us apart from other Woodlands physical therapy centers, and our patients enjoy faster recoveries.
Back pain that starts out as intermittent and becomes incessant can make life miserable. It’s no wonder that many people resort to surgery, even with the attending risks. Strategies used by our therapists at RPM have resulted in greatly reduced—even disappeared—back pain without invasive surgeries.
Knee pain makes exercise difficult, if not impossible, and is very discouraging for active people. Many elect to have knee replacement surgery. At RPM, we have solutions that allow patients to stay active without knee pain and surgery.
Neck and shoulder pain are common complaints for people over age 40. This same demographic often deals with neck and shoulder issues by taking pain killers and anti-inflammatories. These substances mask the pain instead of addressing the core problem. RPM’s Dr. Ruzicka is a physical therapy specialist and a personal trainer who has seen successes for the past almost ten years in dealing with neck and shoulder pain.
Foot and ankle pain make walking, and many kinds of exercise impossible. However, our therapies at RPM have been successful for many patients suffering from this kind of pain. They’ve been able to resume activities and exercising without pain killers or surgery.
Do you have pain? Have you been injured? Let the professionals at RPM Physical Therapy help you get your life back.
Our Physical Therapists are trained to identify the ROOT cause of your problem and help guide you with a plan that has Long-Term Results. If you have big goals like running a marathon or you just want to be able to walk up the stairs without needing to ice down afterward, we are the right choice for you. Each person we work with gets an individual program that fits their personal needs, whether they are a caregiver, or they are motivated to be independent and avoid being a burden on loved ones.
Your goals are our goals and when you put your trust in us, we provide:
- One on One treatment and attention which is absolutely necessary but hard to find.
- Treatment plans specific to your needs and aspirations.
- Exercise programs that can be done with as little or as much equipment as necessary.
- The newest hands-on Manual Therapy from the cutting edge of Physical Therapy education and Fellowships.
- A Doctor of Physical Therapy, One on One, at every step of the way.
- A family environment where you feel the true care that everyone has for you, far from the stale feel of a normal doctor’s office.
Our team is truly dedicated to your improvement and we give a 100% money back guarantee that if you aren’t happy with the service we provide then we don’t deserve you as a client.
Most People Ask Our Clients “What’s So Different and Special About RPM Physical Therapy?”
Here at Ruzicka Performance and Mobility we treat you like a person and take consideration of what life has thrown at you, so we can make recommendations that fit your crazy life schedule and help you live the type of high quality life you were meant to live.
We help people struggling with pain in their Neck, Shoulder, Elbow, Knee, Hip, Back, Ankle, and other complex issues like Sciatica, Plantar Fasciitis, Bursitis and Headaches.
If you are experiencing any of this type of pain or discomfort, we can help you.
We are currently serving The Woodlands and Spring areas but people have been so pleased with us that we are looking to expand in the coming months.
About the Owner - Jonathan Ruzicka
PT, DPT, FAAOMPT
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Jonathan was born locally in Houston, TX but grew up in The Woodlands. He comes from a large family of 10. After graduating from The Woodlands High School in 2004 he went on to play football at Midwestern State University and Texas State. During his time in college he had what he thought was a career-ending back injury with two bulging disks. The search for someone to help him fix his body without surgery is what led him to his passion for Physical Therapy.
What Other People Are Saying About RPM Physical Therapy
"I had a herniated disc and it was against a nerve and they wanted to perform surgery or some kind of shot and I didn't want all that..."
Brad, Late 30's, Spring TX
"I didn’t have any strength in my left hand, I couldn’t even lift a glass. I had zero relief and was slated to go into surgery before I went to RPM..."
Leslee, Late 40's, The Woodlands TX
"I kept putting knee surgery off and the pain just got worse and worse and worse. Finally, I had to do something real about it..."
Betty, Early 80's, The Woodlands TX