4150 Belden Village Street NW, Suite 102
Canton, Ohio 44718

   Orthopedics                                                                                       Women's Health Therapy
     Back Pain and Neck Injury                                                                     Urinary incontinence
     Arthritis and loss of joint motion                                                             Bowel incontinence
     Athletic trauma and Sports injury                                                           Chronic Pelvic Pain
     Pediatric Orthopedic conditions                                                             Coccydynia
     Podiatric (foot/ankle) conditions                                                             Pre-natal/Postpartum
     Shoulder/elbow/wrist/hand pain                                                             Dyspareunia
     Hip/Knee pain                                                                                        Pelvic Floor Dysfunctions
     Motor Vehicle Accident    Osteoporosis
     Musculoskeletal pain      Interstitial cystitis                        
     Tendonitis/Bursitis      Painful bladder syndrome               
     Scoliosis, Kyphosis, Postural dysfunction                                             
     Post-surgical rehabilitation                                                                     



Call for your Initial Evaluation  330-701-4986

Physical Therapy Initial Evaluation
When you begin care at Marsden Physical Therapy you will participate in an initial evaluation.  This is a very thorough evaluation including questionnaires, a detailed history, medical screenings, and specific tests and measures based on ALL of your symptoms.  The purpose of this evaluation is to find the CAUSE of your pain and to properly diagnose your condition.  This is not to be confused with your medical diagnosis.  A physical therapy diagnosis is a movement-based diagnosis.  For example, a patient with neck pain may be diagnosed with hyper-mobility which is excessive movement of the joints in the neck, while another patient may be diagnosed with hypo-mobility, or loss of motion of the joints in the neck.  Why is this important?  Proper diagnosis leads the therapist to select the most appropriate research-based interventions.  The proper diagnosis is KEY to your success.  It is this match between diagnosis and treatment that leads to a quick reduction of pain and return to optimal daily function. 

Once you are diagnosed, your therapist will discuss all treatment options, your prognosis, and the expected therapeutic goals.  You will set up a treatment plan and will be instructed on your home therapy program.  

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