Ron Earhart, MPT, DPT graduated from NAU in 2000 with a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy. He left Arizona to work in Anchorage, Alaska in a manual therapy chronic pain clinic for two years. On returning to Arizona, he had the opportunity to work both on the Navajo reservation and at the Grand Canyon South Rim…Details
Denise Bock, PTA is happy to be living here beautiful Prescott . Transplanted from Ohio, where she worked for 12 years in a hospital based fitness center similar to Center for Physical Excellence as a physical therapist assistant, Denise’s experience encompasses aquatic as well as land-based exercise and manual techniques for orthopedics, chronic and acute back…Details
This Article from the NSCA’s Journal in their Point/Counterpoint section discusses the benefits and risks of performing deep squats. A deep squat is considered to be when the knee joint bends beyond 90 degrees and the femur (thigh) is below parallel to the ground.Details
What is it? There are several theories regarding the cause of vertigo or BPPV but all start with the basic parts or anatomy of the inner ear. Each inner ear is composed of canals, which are filled with fluid and contain crystals lining the walls, which are attached to a collection area. As we age…Details
Center for Physical Excellence physical therapy and administrative staff experienced a great time on Saturday, Sept. 20 at the Wild West Mud Fest in Prescott Valley to support the Boys and Girls Club. It was a total success! Center for Physical Excellence was the primary sponsor of the event. Physical Therapists Keith Bluel, DPT and Damon…Details
We are pleased to announce that our therapist Cee Cee Ordorfer, PT, DPT has been chosen as a member of the 2014 NAU Athletics Hall of Fame Class who will be honored at this year’s Hall of Fame Football Game on Nov. 8 versus UC Davis.
Congratulations, Cee Cee!!
Center for Physical Excellence has been voted 2014 Best of the Best Physical Therapy in The Greater Prescott area. This is two years running for us.
As always, we are grateful for you, our wonderful patients, and the opportunity to be a part of your personal wellness.
See all the winners here.
Getting In Shape Prior to Surgery Can Make Recovery Easier Most people facing the need for surgery do their homework first to pick their surgeon, read up on their surgery and speak to others who have undergone a similar intervention. Some may still feel nervous or worried as to whether or not they will bounce…Details
Steady advances in research for the treatment of low back pain have occurred discussing the efficacy and effectiveness of physical therapy for low back pain. As the reimbursement climate changes, physical therapists and medical doctors must continue to search for and provide the most cost effective care possible to the patient. This document…Details
The physical therapy pool at Center for Physical Excellence continues to help our community one person at a time. Everyone knows how good it feels to take a dip in heated pool and how relaxing it is for tired and achy muscles. Not everyone knows the boost it can give to your rehabilitation routine. “After…Details