Located on Windsor Road in Loves Park, CSW Physical Therapy offers a clean and professional environment with a team of dedicated therapists. We use evidence-based evaluations, exercise, education, and soft tissue & joint mobilization to give our patients the tools they need to improve conditions and impairments—including musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, vestibular, and cardiopulmonary.
We are committed to the highest standard of care, utilizing modern, evidence-based practice and a collaborative approach with other members of our patients’ multidisciplinary team. We design patient-centric, custom-tailored therapy programs for each new patient—utilizing a combination of manual therapy techniques, therapeutic, and modalities.
Therapeutic exercise and manual therapy techniques such as soft tissue mobilization can help relieve pain and restore muscle and joint function to reduce pain. Such therapies can also prevent pain from returning.
If physical therapy helps eliminate pain or heal from an injury, surgery may not be needed. And even if surgery is required, you may benefit from pre-surgery physical therapy. If you are going into a surgery stronger and in better condition, you will recover faster afterwards in many cases.
If you’re having trouble standing, walking or moving—no matter your age—physical therapy can help. Stretching, mobility, and strengthening exercises help restore your ability to move. By customizing an individual plan of care, whatever activity that is important to an individual’s life can be practiced and adapted to ensure maximal performance and safety.
If you’re at risk for falls, therapists will provide exercises that safely and carefully challenge your balance, coordination, and proprioception as a way to simulate real-life situations. Therapists prescribe exercises to improve coordination and use assistive devices to help with safer walking. When the balance problem is caused by a problem in one’s vestibular system, physical therapists can perform specific maneuvers that can quickly restore proper vestibular functioning, and reduce symptoms of dizziness or vertigo.
As individuals age, they may develop arthritis or osteoporosis or need a joint replacement. Physical therapists are experts in post-surgical rehabilitation, and the management of arthritic or osteoporotic conditions conservatively.
Patients at our clinic can expect a thorough, 1-on-1, 60-minute evaluation to begin learning about your condition and work together on building a unique treatment plan. We are in-network with most major insurance plans, including Medicare.
Meet your Rockford-area Physical Therapy team.
Casey completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Northern Illinois University following his undergraduate education with a primary focus in Kinesiology and Exercise Science at Illinois State University. Following his educational pursuits, Casey returned to the greater Rockford region and has primarily focused his professional practice to the general outpatient orthopedic setting since 2020.
Ashley completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Northern Illinois University in 2014. Ashley began her career in Neurological Rehabilitation before finding her passion in orthopedic care, working with people of all ages to optimize their abilities and prevent the recurrence of injury. Ashley is experienced in spinal and soft-tissue mobilization, muscle energy techniques, and exercise progression.