We've changed ownership and Michele and Joan are still here!
Michele Firra Ward, physical therapist, has opened In-Motion Physical Therapy Services and is still located in the Firra Therapeutics building at 10557 Church Road in the Lake Highlands neighborhood with the same telephone number, 214-348-3516.
We opened our doors as an orthopedic physical therapy
clinic and for the past 25 years we have demonstrated our expertise in treating orthopedic injuries, spinal problems, womenís health issues,
TMJ, lower extremities and upper extremities including rotator cuff
syndrome and carpal tunnel syndrome.
at Firra Therapeutics we offer a healing atmosphere and encourage the
patient to feel comfortable and relaxed. Patients will find that they
have the attention of the physical therapist for their hour-long
treatment session. To make treatment as effective as possible, we
remain committed to continuing education to keep our knowledge not only
current but also ahead of the curve.
offer equipment that is not frequently found in private practices such
as the Autotraction, the Synaptic and the cold laser. We thank our
referring physicians for their confidence in our ability to treat their
patients and we thank our patients who have referred their family
members and friends. It is the highest compliment you could give us,
and is key to our continued success. We strive to get our patients back
to a healthy lifestyle because healthy living is our goal, and our
Our facility as over 8000 square feet dedicated to patient care, with
individual treatment rooms and an exercise gym with exercise bicycles,
treadmill, Total Gym, stairstepper and cross country ski machines to
provide aerobic exercise, as well as hydrofitness machines and SABA
pulley/free weights for strengthening.
To contact us for an appointment you may call us at 214-348-3516.
Rehabilitation of a physical injury or dysfunction provided by a licensed physical therapist that helps a person improve the use of bones, muscles, joints and nerves. Treatment includes appropriate exercise for specific parts of the body, modalities such as electrical stimulation and manual therapy techniques such as myofascial release and cranial sacral techniques. Physical therapy can be beneficial to people of all ages and can be an alternative to surgery and/or pain medication.
A physical therapist will examine, diagnose and treat conditions that limit the bodyís ability to move and function in daily life. Upon examination, the physical therapist will develop an individual plan of care using a variety of treatment techniques that will help reduce pain, help you move and restore function.