Physical Therapy, Marquette (KS)

Address: 13430 Briar,, Suite C
Leawood,, KS 66209
Phone: (913) 484-7632 Fax: (913) 6866730 Email: Website:

Marquette Physical Therapy…
We specialize in treating neck and back pain, while also caring for all sport related injuries, post surgical conditions, carpal tunnel syndrome, ankle and foot problems, shoulder pain, knee pain and hip pain, and fibromyalgia. Our mission is to provide personalized, one-on-one physical therapy so that we may enhance the overall quality of life of our patients. We are committed to helping patients achieve their goals and functions at optimal levels by using evidence-based treatments, which will enable the patient to return to work, athletics, and everyday activities faster.

The Graston Technique® – is a recent addition to the treatments we offer our patients. It is the use of a stainless steel instrument that glides along a patient’s muscle, tendons or ligaments. It allows us to diagnose and treat areas of soft tissue dysfunction. The instruments provide tactile feedback to both the physical therapist and the patient as it acts as an extension of the therapist’s own hands.

Clinical experience has shown the Graston Technique® to be helpful in the management of a large variety of musculoskeletal disorders which include carpal tunnel syndrome, cervical pain, IT band syndrome, back pain, muscle strain, plantar fasciitis and tendonitis among others.

The patient will have reduced numbness and pain and healing takes place faster and more completely than traditional treatments alone. Many NFL and college athletic programs are now using the Graston Technique® to help their athletes return to competition faster. Please check out their website for more information or give us a call to see if this technique will help you get back into motion!


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DeSoto Location:
33255 Lexington Avenue, Suite A
DeSoto, KS 66018
Phone: (913) 585-9844
Fax: (913) 585-9841


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