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623 W Garland Ave, Spokane, WA 99205

Our Phone Number

(509) 209-9488

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Our services

Our Approach

As experts in physical therapy, our team provides tailored, one-on-one treatment sessions with the region’s top providers. Our areas of expertise include manual therapy and corrective exercises, as well as patient education to ensure your success.

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6:30AM - 6:00PM
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Our Mission

Our mission at Cornerstone Physical Therapy in Spokane, WA is to provide individualized, patient-centered care to help our clients achieve their physical therapy goals. We strive to create a welcoming, supportive environment where our clients feel empowered and motivated to take an active role in their recovery. Our goal is to help our clients regain strength, mobility, and independence so they can live their lives to the fullest.

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"The art of physical therapy is to know when to be tough and when to be gentle."
John Rusin
the culture

The pursuit of excellence in our practice.

One on One Care
Flexible schedules
Individualized Care
Team Work
Life Changing Care

caring for those who care for patients

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How long we have been serving the general Spokane, WA area.

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How many patients we’ve helped achieve their physical therapy goals.

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Physicians in the Spokane, WA area who’ve trusted in our expertise. 

- Carol Welch

"Movement is a medicine for creating change in a person's physical, emotional, and mental states."

Insurance Card and Personal Identification.

If you have been given a referral please bring it with you. However, a referral is not always necessary to participate in Physical Therapy.

Medical Records that pertain to your current condition. Inland Imaging then we can access your records. If taken elsewhere please being it with you.

Loose fitting clothing that will allow to examine the injured area.

Yes you may, if possible please make arrangments for your children.

 Physical therapy is a healthcare specialty that aims to alleviate pain, improve function, and promote healing through the use of exercise, manual therapy, modalities, and patient education. Physical therapists (PTs) work with individuals of all ages who have medical conditions, illnesses, or injuries that limit their ability to move and perform daily activities.

Physical therapy can help to alleviate pain through the use of manual therapy techniques such as mobilization and manipulation, which can improve joint mobility and reduce tension in the soft tissues surrounding the affected area. PTs also use modalities such as heat or ice to help reduce pain and inflammation. In addition, PTs will prescribe exercises to improve strength and flexibility, which can help to reduce pain and improve function.

The duration of physical therapy treatment can vary depending on the individual’s condition and goals. Some patients may only require a few visits, while others may require several weeks or months of treatment. In general, physical therapy is most effective when it is received on a consistent basis.

 It depends on the state you live in and your insurance plan. In some states, you can see a physical therapist without a referral, while in others you need a referral from a doctor. It is best to check with your insurance provider or the physical therapy clinic to determine if a referral is necessary.

The cost of physical therapy can vary depending on the individual’s insurance plan, location, and the type of treatment. In general, physical therapy is covered by most insurance plans, but patients may be responsible for co-pays or deductibles. It is best to check with your insurance provider or the physical therapy clinic to determine the cost of treatment.

Every case is different and unique, however the general average is 12 Physical Therapy visits. 


Try Physical Therapy First

In most cases, the quicker an individual goes to physical therapy, the quicker they will experience improvement.  Additionally, studies have shown that choosing PT first can reduce the need for costly tests and imaging.

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