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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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Ear pain or pressure

Chronic ear pressure, plugging and even pain can come from a Eustachian Tube Dysfunction. This condition is most common with a neck or cervical problem. Other symptoms include tinnitus or ringing, headaches, and neck pain and stiffness. Here are two people sharing their story.

Loss of voice and hoarseness

If you have symptoms of voice strain, hoarseness and even loss of voice this may be coming from a painful and stiff neck. If this is the case then there is a cure!

Time constraints have limited our ability to connect with our patients

Is connecting with our patients important? What about compassionate touch? Does it have an impact on our patient's health? The changes in medicine are making it harder to build meaningful connections with our patients. The computer has affected this relationship as well as insurance demands on our time. Here are some things that we can do to protect this valuable part of care (and some science to back it up!).

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