Physical Therapy Practice A Few Minutes From Northbrook, IL
React Physical Therapy is in downtown Deerfield.
We’re accepting new patients and accept many insurance plans.
All pain has a root cause. Sometimes that root cause is where it hurts. Sometimes it’s not. Many other physical therapy practices only treat where it hurts. We’re different. We find the root cause of your pain, wherever it may be on your body. When we find it, we treat it as much as your site of pain. That way, we can make sure the pain doesn’t return.
Many of our patients live in Northbrook, and we used to be located in TC Boost just across Waukegan Rd from Max and Benny’s. Additionally, we’re proud to be recognized by Better Magazine’s Best Of rankings as the best physical therapy practice in 2021 and best physical therapy practice in 2022 in Chicago and the suburbs. We also made Expertise.com’s rankings of the best physical therapy practices in Chicago.
You want your body to work without having to think about it. Unfortunately, physical pain limits your movement, and if it’s bad enough, it’s all you think about!
Our physical therapists all use The Reavy Method©, our proprietary approach to treating patients. The Reavy Method© brings a three stage system to all of our patients:
The Reavy Method© is hands on therapy. Our physical therapists are trained in a variety of hands on techniques and choose the best ones to use depending on your treatment plan. Techniques include The McKenzie Method, The Maitland Approach, The Mulligan Concept, Postural Restoration Institute Methodologies, ASTYM, Gait and Biomechanics Analysis, Kinesiology Taping, Functional Movement Screens, Selective Functional Movement Assessments, and Ergonomic Assessments and more!
Dry needling is a physical therapy technique that helps relieve trigger point pain. Trigger point pain develops by overusing muscles. Trigger points are essentially disorganized muscle fibers. They can feel very tender and cause pain in your body nowhere near the trigger point itself. Our physical therapists for individuals in Northbrook use dry needling in addition to physical therapy techniques to help you use your muscles without overusing them.
Many of our patients need to work with weights as part of their treatment plan. However, they can’t lift the amount of weight they should to get results. Blood flow restriction solves that. By restricting blood flow to a muscle group in a carefully monitored way, smaller weights “feel heavier” so you can work hard enough to make progress in your therapy. As you see gains in your physical therapy progress we adjust the blood flow restriction until you hit your goals.