Independent 100% physical therapist and locally owned practice in the Triangle.

Physical Therapy Partners is an independent 100% physical therapist and locally owned practice in the Triangle. We help you get moving. But what does that mean, exactly?

Physical therapy has a wide variety of applications, from athletics to surgery to joint disorders and beyond. Our comprehensive approach starts with a thorough evaluation of your primary issue and secondary protective mechanisms, yielding an optimized treatment tailored to you.

You do not need a doctor referral to see a physical therapist! Most of our patients come in on their own! You know your body best, and we encourage you to reach out directly if you think physical therapy is right for you.

Here at PTP, we offer a wide variety of services. You can click on each to learn more.


ACL/PCL Treatment: an injury that affects most athletes at some point in their careers, ACL and PCL tears are debilitating and painful. Physical therapy is an essential component for getting people back on the field.



Arthritis Treatment: one of the most common joint problems, arthritis occurs with age, as a result of an autoimmune disorder, or both. Either way, physical therapy can help ease arthritic pain and restore mobility.


Balance Fall Prevention

Balance and Fall Prevention: falls are a serious risk for athletes, the elderly, and people in certain occupations. Preventing them saves lives, and physical therapy can help significantly.


Dancer Rehab

Dance is a powerful fusion of both art and sport: it’s the use of highly precise, physical movements to express feeling beyond words. Dancers need a balance of strength and flexibility and their profession pushes their bodies above and beyond. The stress of performance can take its toll on even the strongest dancer.


Dry Needling

Dry Needling: a pain relief procedure that focuses on releasing “trigger points” in your muscles through careful insertion of very thin, hollow needles. Useful for injury recovery, chronic pain, and more.



Headaches: from tension headaches to migraines, physical therapy can help relieve your pain.


Manual Physical Therapy

With all the advanced equipment available in modern physical therapy, it’s sometimes hard to remember that our best tools can be our own two hands. Manual physical therapy is just that: therapists manipulating your body with no tools except their hands. It’s a vital, foundational component of Physical Therapy Partner’s approach to patient care.


Muscle Strain

Your muscles are comprised of soft, fibrous tissue, designed to flex with movement. That movement has limitations, and when muscles are stressed beyond their capability, a strain occurs.


Neck and Back

Your neck and back are some of the most complex structures in your body. And as a key component of your posture with a wide range of movement, they are also some of the most used. Naturally, pain in these areas can be quite common and frustrating.

For many instances of neck and back pain, physical therapy can be of significant benefit. Whether you’re putting in work out on the field or in the office, we can help you conquer your pain and get back to doing your best.


Pelvic Health

Pelvic Health:Women of all ages experience changes in their pelvic floor muscle function that can directly impact both the strength of the core and overall pelvic health (bladder, vaginal and bowel systems).



A big focus of physical therapy is on proper movement. While traditional techniques help with this, physical therapists are always trying to think outside of the box. That’s why pilates has become an integral and beneficial part of physical therapy at Physical Therapy Partners!


Pre and Post-Surgical Therapy

Pre- and Post-Surgical Therapy: physical therapy complements any surgery by helping you heal faster and rebuild strength.


Rotator Cuff Injuries

Rotator Cuff Injuries: the rotator cuff is a delicate assortment of ligaments in your upper arm and shoulder, prone to painful injuries. Physical therapy can alleviate these issues.


TMJ Disorder

TMJ disorder: short for Temporomandibular joint, TMJ disorder affects your jawline and neck. Physical therapy can alleviate this disorder and improve your quality of life.



Sprains: when ligaments twist or wrench, the pain is frustrating and persistent. Physical therapy speeds your recovery.