Our goal is to make the health and rehabilitation needs of our patients our number one priority. We can help with pain anywhere in the body, with acute and chronic injuries, and with return to normal activities post-surgery. As movement experts, we will assess your movement to identify and diagnose problems. We work collaboratively with our patients to design treatment plans to return patients to their previous level of function and individual goals. Physical therapy can also help patients avoid opioids and surgery.
We are located on the third floor in suite 361, at 305 Towerview Drive, next to Penn Pavilion.
For an Appointment call: (919) 681-3288
- Therapeutic exercise: including stretching and strengthening
- Manual therapy for joint or muscle injuries, including specialized techniques (Graston and trigger point dry needling)
- Pain management
- Balance training
- Functional training
- Injury prevention
- Postural education
- Instruction on proper biomechanics with functional activities (squatting, running, etc.)
Beth Myers, Financial Care Counselor
Rosalinda C. Canizares, PT, DPT, SCS,OCS (Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy)
While this clinic is located in the Duke Student Wellness building, the physical therapy services are available to Duke faculty and staff. Parking for patients who are not already on campus is available in the Bryan Center Garage.