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Hope Physical Therapy and Aquatics in League City, Texas
Hope Physical Therapy & Aquatics has been in business since 2003 dedicated to the best quality care available to our patients and long-term solutions for their conditions. Hope Physical Therapy & Aquatics is locally owned and operated by Christiana Emrich, who is dedicated to the health and well-being of the people in the community. We have a highly experienced and dedicated team of therapists who offer specialized treatment services. We have years of success and thousands of happy patients. Our patients are all unique individuals; so are their conditions, and their treatment for healing and wellness.
Manual therapy is a hands-on treatment by clinicians to treat muscle aches, joint pain, and limited range of motion.Read More
For those who struggle with traditional land-based therapy, aquatic therapy is a great treatment opportunity.Read More
Movement of the body to facilitate recovery from limitations often associated with nerve, muscle, and/or joint problems.Read More
Skilled intervention that uses a thin filiform needle to penetrate the skin and stimulate underlying myofascial trigger points, muscular, and connective tissues for the management of neuromusculoskeletal pain and movement impairments.Read More
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- We listen.
- We identify what specific tissue is painful and treat the cause of that pain.
- We address the whole body.
- We work to help make you stronger, stable, and better able to heal to protect your future health.
- We combine hands on treatment with the appropriate dosing of exercises to achieve maximal function.
See Our Patients Testimonials
"I had difficulties with numbness, cold, and tingling across my shoulders and down my arms all the way to my fingers. After completing my PT, the tingling, numbness, and pain have ceased." Marc F.
"I had limited strength in my hips before coming to PT, but now I have built strength and have the exercises to continue at home. " Leigh Ann L.
"Before I started therapy at HOPE Physical Therapy and Aquatics, I was having some balance issues, tremors interfered with eating (esp. soup or salad) and felt less ‘stable’. I was running into walls and stumbled while walking dog on uneven surfaces. As a result of my physical therapy at HOPE Physical Therapy and Aquatics I feel much better balanced, have a couple of techniques (finger flinches, and “BIG” fingers) to help control tremors in my right hand, and better stability walking. Even my chiropractor has noticed the “BIG” improvement." Robert L.
"Hope is the first place I have ever gone for treatment that has actually helped. I have tried chiropractors, massage places, and pain doctors and none of it has even come close to the progress I’ve made here. Before Hope I couldn’t even get up out of bed without rolling off, and now, my abs are strong enough to be all I need. My pain levels have gone down tremendously thanks to everyone at Hope. Thanks ya’ll!" Christopher B.
"I learned a lot and everyone was kind and took care of me. They were always concerned with how I felt and made sure I was not doing too much. They know what they are doing. But most of all, they all worked together to make my knee get better. " Mary Lou M.
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