Who we are

PhysioWorks are Huntsville Physical Therapy professionals who are interested in rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries and injury prevention for athletes of all levels.

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Video Running Assessment

PhysioWorks offers video running analysis paired with physical examination to help identify potential risks of injury. We will provide you with personalized strategies to reduce your risk of future injury and improve your performance.

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Who we treat

PhysioWorks treats athletes of all levels for issues such as ankle sprains, ACL reconstruction and labrum repairs. We provide Physical Therapy for neck pain, back pain, and various other issues that affect day-to-day life.

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Injury Screening

We offer 15 min free injury screening to determine if Physical Therapy can help you.

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greg musso
greg musso

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I recently visited Physioworks- Huntsville for a Running Assessment. I was very pleased with the professionalism, knowledge, flexibility of scheduling, and pleasantness of Dr. Walker. He initially did a thorough evaluation of my current exercise activity and my overall wellness. Next, he assessed my range of mobility and strength. Then he recorded a multi-angle video of my stride on a treadmill. After conducting a thorough analysis of the video, he went over the video with me explaining every movement and motion, and what could be improved for efficiencies and injury prevention. Last, he provided an exercise regimen that would strengthen muscles to assist in attaining the efficiencies and injury prevention cited through the video analysis. I was glad that I finally scheduled to have this done, and feel lucky to have Dr. Walker's practice in our community. Thanks Dr. Walker!

Maureen Angotta
Maureen Angotta

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Starting running at a later age I knew it would not be easy and after a lot injuries that always involved one side I knew I needed something more than PT after the injury. My last injury in 2015 took 5 months of PT and I knew I still had lingering issues that needed work after being released from care. Andrew's assessment identified those areas that were too strong (compensating for the weaknesses) and the ones that needed re-training to engage as they should. The care Andrew has provided has made me a balanced and stronger runner. I can see a difference in posture, walking, and running. I highly recommend Andrew.

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@StehartleyPT @MikeReiman Interesting: with regular ACL isn't there Inc risk of arthrofibrosis if surgery too soon? Would that happen here? 

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I think we might see some pretty good performances over the coming months with the work people are planning to put in!
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