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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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Dry Needling for Knee Pain

Knee pain to the front or side of the knee is very common. Dry needling can be an effective way to reduce tension and pain to the knee. This video shows me dry needling the outside of my knee with two different techniques. Don’t try this at home!

COR Strength Screen Part 1

This is part 1 of our screening process for core strength and function. Posture, breathing, and back and pelvic issues are what we look for as part of our screen. Determining a cause for a weak core is an important part of the process.

COR Strength Screen Part 2

Part 2 of our core screening process is about how we use diagnostic ultrasound to assess core function. When the core muscles thicken they are contracting. Through different actions we test to see if the core is activating.

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