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Tel: 843-352-7800   Fax: 843-352-7818

721 Long Point Road | Suite 406

Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

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Low Back Pain

Bulging/Herniated Discs 

Degenerative Disc Disease 

Radiculopathy (numbness, tingling, burning,

shooting pain)


SI Joint

Neck Pain

Whiplash Disorder

Muscle Strain 



Total Joint Replacements

Shoulder Pain

Rotator Cuff Tear & Repair

Frozen Shoulder

Brachial Plexus injuries 

Shoulder Impingement 

Elbow and Hand Pain

Tennis/Golfer's Elbow

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Pain in Thumbs

Knee Pain


Patellofemoral Syndrome 

Dislocated Patella

Runners knee

Hip Pain

IT Band Syndrome

Groin Pain


Ankle/Foot Pain

Bimalleolar Fractures 

Ankle Sprains 

Plantar Fascitis

Achilles Tendonitis

Work Injuries

Motor Vehicle Collisions 

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome 

Chronic Pain

Gait Imbalance



Recovery is found in the power of exercise

Momentum Physical Therapy & Wellness treats many conditions. The most common reason for a physician to refer to physical therapy is back pain. Several conditions are listed below that are also commonly seen in physical therapy.


Momentum Physical Therapy places immense value on exercise. Exercise is powerful. Exercise is how you will recover. How well your exercises are chosen for you is the difference between you receiving relief versus achieving recovery. But not just any exercise will do. We have years of experience and for years have chosen to attend the best seminars around the country to extend and build on our knowledge. We’ve compiled and assimilated this collection of information into a system we’ve developed that is producing recovery for a large percentage of our patients.

Sit long enough to enjoy dinner with friends

Win at tennis

Get back to doing what you love

Enjoy pain free surfing

Play ball with your children again

Lower your golf score

Get back to doing what you love

Phase 3

A full recovery is achieved.

Phase 1

Gentle exercise initiates relief.

Phase 2

Relief has been accomplished and exercise difficulty is progressed.

What does physical therapy look like at momentum?

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