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Our Story

For the last decade CornerStone Physical Therapy has been giving hope. Our vision to treat our clients like we would want to be treated, to provide care we would want for ourselves, to work together as a team, to empower through educating our clients and each other, these have been the foundation for our practice since our beginning in 2004. CornerStone Physical Therapy started through the vision of Joel and Kristin Rauser and has grown to include a team of dedicated professionals. We are constantly improving and utilizing new technologies and treatments to meet the needs of our clients. This has included pioneering diagnostic ultrasound in Physical Therapy as well as other innovations that make us unique. Caring is what we do. It is our passion.

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CornerStone's Process

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Our process is unique. We have found that through caring and teamwork difficult problems can be solved.

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Posture, Strengthen your Neck and Shoulders

These exercises use a stick to improve our neck and shoulder strength while encouraging good posture. You will have more mobility while safely improving your neck's ability to hold the head up. We are joined by Master Trainer Jerod Langness.

TMJ or TMD?

If you have joint sounds that you can hear when you chew or open your mouth you may have a temporomandibular joint TMJ problem or temporomandibular disorder TMD. Pain to the ear and pain when chewing on the opposite side can indicate an inflamed TMJ. Tinnitus can be associated with TMD. Women and teenagers are at a higher risk for TMJ issues. This is a multi-disciplinary problem most commonly treated by dentists and physical therapists.

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