Physical Therapy in San Antonio, TX

Physical Therapy in San AntonioMomentum Physical Therapy

Momentum Physical Therapy & Sports Rehab clinics are conveniently located throughout San Antonio. From trampoline injuries to arthritis, our patients are from all walks of life. In addition to San Antonio, we serve the surrounding communities of Helotes, Bandera, Leon Valley, Boerne, Live Oak, Cibolo, Schertz, Westover Hills, Universal City, Castroville, La Vernia and Floresville.

When you first visit Momentum, you will be given a thorough initial assessment, followed by a plan developed with your and your doctor’s input. This plan includes how often to see your physical therapist, your home program, education, goals, and expectations by the end of your treatment.

What Is Physical Therapy?

Physical therapy is the practice of treating pain and restoring movement for patients who are suffering a condition or injury. Physical therapists find the source of the symptoms and address them with targeted exercises, hands-on manual therapy and physical modalities such as heat and ice. The purpose of these treatments is to heal damaged tissues, treat inflammation and restore mobility and motor control.

What Is Physical Therapy For?

Common reasons to consider visiting a physical therapist include:

  • Back & Neck Pain
  • Knee & Ankle Injuries
  • Shoulder & Elbow Injuries
  • Hand Injuries
  • Sprains & Strains
  • Fractures
  • Rehab Before and After Surgery
  • Chronic Pain and Headaches
  • Low Back Pain Treatment During and After Pregnancy
  • Balance Problems and Dizziness
  • Jaw Problems (TMJ)


Physical therapy is a great option for dealing with pain without surgery and potentially addictive pain medication.  

Pain Management– Physical therapy can help relieve and even eliminate pain over time.

Restore Muscle and Joint Function– Through strategic techniques, selected based on your injuries and symptoms, physical therapy can help you restore your muscle and joint function.

Increased Mobility–  If you have limited mobility then you physical therapy could help. Strengthening and stretching therapy sessions can repair damage to your joints and muscles.