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Know Your Body

Know Your Body

In some instances, pain is caused by damaged tissue. In others, it’s a protective response — your body is sending a warning signal to guard against the threat of injury. In either case, the pain is real and physical therapy can help.

Get Personalized Care

Get Personalized Care

You and your physical therapist will co-create a treatment plan that relieves pain, increases strength, and restores functionality. It may include:

  • Manual therapy techniques
  • A personalized exercise program
  • Strategies for soothing an overprotective nervous system
  • Modifications to keep you moving and sleeping comfortably
Restore Strength & Function

Restore Strength & Function

Many patients experience pain relief as soon as their first visit. Building strength and functionality takes longer, with treatment for back, hip, or neck/shoulder pain lasting an average of 10 weeks.

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Taking care of yourself shouldn’t break the bank.

We’re in-network with most insurance plans.

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What our patients say about Origin

Stephanie S.
"I found Origin when I was pregnant. After having my baby, I came back to do pelvic floor work. It's been a godsend!"
Stephanie S.
Separated Abs, Pregnancy
Sophie S.
"After my c-section, I was experiencing core weakness, SI joint and hip pain, and tightness in my scar. My PT was incredible to work with and helped me meet my goals."
Sophie S.
Postpartum, C-Section Recovery
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"I'm from France, where pelvic floor care is considered crucial post-delivery, and I was so happy when I found Origin. The team is knowledgeable, professional, and thoughtful in their medical approach."
F.C.
Postpartum
Jennifer S.
"I've learned great exercises and adjustments for daily movements to reduce strain and pain. I've been delighted by how effective the virtual visits are."
Jennifer S.
Low Back Pain

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Pain & Injury FAQ

What causes low back pain?

Common causes of low back pain include muscle strain from exercise or lifting, sitting or standing for prolonged periods of time, and repeatedly carrying a bag or child on one side of our body. Intense low back pain can also be caused by a bulging or herniated disk — when one of the gel-like disks that maintain space between vertebrae ruptures or bulges, putting pressure on nerves in the spine. A host of chronic medical conditions are associated with low back pain, including fibromyalgia and spinal stenosis.

What causes sciatica?

Sciatica is most commonly caused by a bulging or herniated disk — when one of the gel-like disks that maintain space between vertebrae ruptures or bulges, causing the vertebrae to put pressure on the sciatic nerve, which is the primary nerve that carries signals from the spinal cord to the back of the lower extremities.

What are the symptoms of sciatica?

Symptoms often include a pain in the low back or buttocks that shoots down the back of the leg into the back of the knee or down to the foot, often like a lightning bolt. You may also experience numbness, tingling, or burning down the back of the leg.

How long does it take to get relief from sciatica?

Sciatica tends to flare up occasionally even after it has initially resolved. ​​Our goal for you is pain-free movement. We want you to be able to walk, stand up, and live your life easily and comfortably. We will give you tools to manage your symptoms, long term. That way, if your sciatica starts to return, you'll know exactly what to do to minimize and alleviate the pain.

Body Aches, Pain & Injury

Body Aches, Pain & Injury

Where does it hurt? From frozen shoulder to plantar fasciitis, Origin’s orthopedic specialists are experts in evaluating and treating pain, anywhere in your body. Recovering from surgery or injury? Your PT will work with you to rebuild strength, flexibility, and coordination at a pace that feels right for you.

Get care in our clinics or save time with virtual visits from home, work, or wherever you happen to be.

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The Future Feels Good

Know Your Body

In some instances, pain is caused by damaged tissue. In others, it’s a protective response — your body is sending a warning signal to guard against the threat of injury. In either case, the pain is real and physical therapy can help.

Get Personalized Care

You and your physical therapist will co-create a treatment plan that relieves pain, increases strength, and restores functionality. It may include:

  • Manual therapy techniques
  • A personalized exercise program
  • Strategies for soothing an overprotective nervous system
  • Modifications to keep you moving and sleeping comfortably

Restore Strength & Function

Many patients experience pain relief as soon as their first visit. Building strength and functionality takes longer, with treatment for back, hip, or neck/shoulder pain lasting an average of 10 weeks.

Common & Treatable

Physical therapy is a recommended first-line treatment to relieve acute, chronic, and post-surgical pain without the use of habit-forming medication.

"My thumb hurts when I text."
"It’s like lightning shooting down my leg"
"My lower back hurts all the time."

Sources: CDC. Postsurgical pain; CDC. Safely and effectively managing pain without opioids.

Pain & Injury FAQ

What causes low back pain?

Common causes of low back pain include muscle strain from exercise or lifting, sitting or standing for prolonged periods of time, and repeatedly carrying a bag or child on one side of our body. Intense low back pain can also be caused by a bulging or herniated disk — when one of the gel-like disks that maintain space between vertebrae ruptures or bulges, putting pressure on nerves in the spine. A host of chronic medical conditions are associated with low back pain, including fibromyalgia and spinal stenosis.

What causes sciatica?

Sciatica is most commonly caused by a bulging or herniated disk — when one of the gel-like disks that maintain space between vertebrae ruptures or bulges, causing the vertebrae to put pressure on the sciatic nerve, which is the primary nerve that carries signals from the spinal cord to the back of the lower extremities.

What are the symptoms of sciatica?

Symptoms often include a pain in the low back or buttocks that shoots down the back of the leg into the back of the knee or down to the foot, often like a lightning bolt. You may also experience numbness, tingling, or burning down the back of the leg.

How long does it take to get relief from sciatica?

Sciatica tends to flare up occasionally even after it has initially resolved. ​​Our goal for you is pain-free movement. We want you to be able to walk, stand up, and live your life easily and comfortably. We will give you tools to manage your symptoms, long term. That way, if your sciatica starts to return, you'll know exactly what to do to minimize and alleviate the pain.

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