Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Michael Milnes - Why Athletes Use Physical Therapists

Michael Milnes has worked with many different local and national athletes over his 20-year career as a physical therapist in Rochester, Minnesota. Milnes works with people who have hurt themselves in car accidents and other serious incidents. Over the past few years, Milnes has seen more professional and amateur athletes come into his office for his healing work so they can perform at their highest levels and prevent injuries when they’re in competition or training.

Michael Milnes Athletes visit physical therapists to receive treatment for injuries and to help them prevent injuries in the past. Michael Milnes has developed many new treatments specifically for athletes to improve their tendon and ligament strength while working to repair soft tissue damage. Sometimes athletes have to build strength in different areas of the body after they break bones or sustain other structural damage. Not only does working with a physical therapist help athletes adapt to injuries and perform well in spite of them, it also helps them prevent injuries in the future by building gradual strength in their muscles, tendons, and ligaments so they can perform at their highest levels.

Michael Milnes continues to work with athletes in his area to help them improve their work on the court, and on the field. Milnes works to ensure that all of his patients, athletes, or not, have a chance to perform their jobs to the best of their abilities no matter how they use their bodies. His clinic features state-of-the-art equipment so that he can perform the best possible treatments for each individual patient.