Hello and thank you for visiting! I would like to introduce you to the power of physical medicine. In our technical, and chemically driven medical culture much of the art of clinical reasoning, and physical assessment and treatment has been lost. I can't tell you how many times people come into my office and tell me that they were never touched by the practitioners that evaluated them.
The vast majority of musculoskeletal pain and injury cannot be effectively addressed with drugs, and technology. Muskuloskeletal injury is mechanical in nature meaning that physical forces act on joints and muscles causing them to become compromised. Therefore you must put your hands on the patient and apply skilled structural assessment and treatment to truly resolve the structural problems such as joint restriction, and abnormal muscle tone.
We are a privately owned physical therapy clinic located in the heart of Grapevine Texas. We provide effective personal care with an emphasis on manual therapy, and progressive exercise prescription. We offer structural rehabilitation, medically supervised fitness programs, and athletic performance training programs.
Our staff strives to create a fun, personal environment where you can receive outstanding care and undivided attention while addressing your therapy needs. Please click on any of the tabs above to learn more about our therapists, services, and any other information you might need.
Manual therapy is the skilled application of hands and techniques used to evaluate and treat the neuromuscular system. Our method includes the integration of manual therapy approaches such as muscle energy, positional release, myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, and manipulation/mobilization. In addition to this, we use the more traditional physical therapy approaches, such as the use of passive modalities including ultrasound, interferential stimulation, iontophoresis, and phonophoresis.
Emphasis is placed on body awareness in reactivation of inactive musculature. Patients are taught to use manual biofeedback to reactivate the deep core musculature. Patients are also instructed in the more traditionally used exercises as well as stretching and range of motion. All exercise is recorded on D.V.D. at the time of instruction, and the patient is given this D.V.D. free of charge for future reference as needed.
Our newest program addition is Athletic Performance Enhancement. This program combines speed and agility training, with balanced coordination training, static and dynamic strengthening. We combine the latest technology with the latest research to get superior results. Athletes are shaving tenths of seconds off their sprint times, and making incredible gains in traditional lifts such as bench press, squat, and dead lift.
Dave Bloom is the owner and founder of Restoration Physical Therapy. He has been practicing Physical Therapy for eighteen years, seven of which have been in private practice.
He is a certified manual therapist with the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. He received his degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado in 1991. He was a lecturer for the Upledger Institute from 1993-1996. Since that time he has lectured independently throughout Canada and the United states.
He lives in Colleyville, Texas with his wife Julie and their five boys Ben, Grant, Noah, Spencer, and Turner. He sits on the board of THESA which is a home school youth sports association, and enjoys all manner of outdoor sports and recreation.
Staci Braden has been practicing Physical Therapy since 2002 and has been the Athletic Trainer for the DFW Tornados Semipro Soccer Team since 2003.
She is currently pursuing a manual therapy certification through the National Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. Staci attended Centenary College for her Bachelors of Science (2000) and Southwest Texas State University for her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy (2002).
Staci resides in Keller with her husband Carter. She enjoys traveling, and outdoor activities, especially half marathons.
Donnie Rexroat is our resident PTA or Physical Therapy Assistant as well as a native Texan. He's been practicing Physical Therapy for over 10 years and has been a cheerleading coach for over 11.
He has also been a licensed massage therapist for 13 years. His most recent certification is Kinesiotaping Practitionaer with the KPTA furthering his rehabilitation experience.
Donnie attended Tarelton State Univserity for his Bachelors of Science and Tarrant County College for his AAS in Physical Therapy Assistance.