Having a personal trainer with a physical therapy background is an important element for safe fitness. A trainer with this knowledge is valuable for people dealing with post rehabilitation injuries. At KCP Physical Therapy and Fitness, our leaders, Joyce Kight, PT and Joy Pfuhl, PT, pride themselves in providing this knowledge to clients.
How is personal training with a physical therapist different than traditional personal training?
Joy and Joyce have an innate understanding of these areas making them suited to work each person’s individualized fitness needs, while determining modifications for pain and injury.
We have found at KCP, a client’s natural advancement post rehabilitation is personal training. For these reasons, there is a growing trend for physical therapists to provide individual and group fitness, which KCP provides.
Click here or look below to see what our clients have said about personal training with KCP.
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Our family came to KCP Physical after our son, Adam, underwent 2 surgeries for a torn ACL. Adam was only 10 and had extremely delicate surgery that required a high level of expertise. Joy communicated with our surgeon and helped formulate a treatment plan that we all understood and believed in 100%. She went above and beyond when it came to caring for and treating Adam. She came in on her days off to make sure that Adam got consistent therapy and was careful not to overwork the tender repair. Joy’s work was instrumental to the full recovery of our son and we would recommend her healing touch to all that are in need.
After seeing the soft tissue work that she did with Adam, it was an easy decision on who should help me with my Planters facetious and back pain. KCP has always communicated clearly, professionally, and executed the treatment plans as if we were family.
Lisa G. and Family
“Pain and Discomfort have always been my greatest teachers. It’s the scientific method. Why am I in pain? Where is the pain located? How do we treat the pain? How do we not repeat this process again? Ask the questions and follow the pain to the answers. In this case pain led me to “The Awesome Joyce Kight”,who treated me and taught me some priceless wisdom. Thank you, Joyce.”