Eugine W.

What were your initial goals coming into Physio Logic? What conditions/injuries did you treated for at Physio Logic?

Originally I came in for pain that I was getting in my lower back. Before coming to Physio Logic,  my doctor suggested that I go in for a CAT scan to investigate if there was something more to my back pain. They discovered that I had spinal stenosis. (Spinal stenosis is a narrowing of the open spaces within the spine.) I was prescribed physical therapy by my doctor, and since my wife was already coming to Physio Logic, I decided to come here too.

What have you learned since starting your journey here at Physio Logic?

That my muscles were so tight. Much tighter than I thought I was. The stretches and exercises I do during physical therapy have helped with that a lot. I learned how to exercise with proper form, which was heavily emphasized here. It has helped alleviate my spinal stenosis. My core/abs feel much stronger and help support the weaker muscles around my lower back. I currently come in twice a week and continue my exercises at home. I feel so much better, and the pain has become far more manageable.  

What was your favorite part of being our patient?

There are many things that I like about this place. First off, for me at least, it’s extremely convenient to get here. The staff is very friendly. I love finishing treatment with a massage. Perfect relaxing end to all the exercises and stretches that they make me do earlier.  

Who stood out to you the most during your treatment at Physio Logic? How did they help you reach your goals?

All the therapists were great. Amanda, Glorie, all of them. They’re all equally good at what they do. They’re all knowledgeable about my progress and exercise regimens that they give me. Everything worked out really well for me over here. Every interaction I have here during treatment, even though I may be with someone different each session, feels seamless. No awkward bumps or wondering where I’m up to. Everyone is up to date all the time. I haven’t had any issues yet here.

What activities are you able to return to since transitioning from pain to wellness?

I can walk more and for longer distances. A few years ago I used to push through the pain anytime I’d feel any discomfort either walking or playing tennis. Looking back that was foolish of me. Recently just bending over to pick up a tennis ball was excruciatingly painful for me. The simple act of getting dressed, tying my shoelaces was very trying. Since coming here all that pain has been minimized. It’s easier to do your run of the mill daily activities. I’ve improved so much that my current two week prescription for physical therapy will be dropping down to once a week. If I continue doing my exercises at home, I know I’ll be in a much better place.