Grace Walker Physical Therapy

A Hands-on Approach

About Grace Walker Physical Therapy

Dr. Grace Walker's practice at her self-named Physical Therapy and Pain Center in California permits her to use her natural skills and formal learning experiences in treating several conditions, such as sports rehab, back pain, and pain in the upper and lower extremities. As a physical therapist, Dr. Grace Walker works hard to ensure the respect of patients by providing quality care, using methods such as pressure point release to relieve pain.

Dr. Walker believes in teaching what she practices. In addition to lecturing for various professional associations, she has participated as primary faculty member in several presentations, most recently in Orange, California. She mentors physical therapy students and interns in outpatient settings and serves as a consultant to other therapists. She also advises businesses on injury avoidance and proper back care for employees. She recently earned a certificate as a health instructor at Villanova University's Center for Obesity Prevention Education.

Her practice's website maintains a blog, covering such issues as arthritis, rotator cuff tears, and pain in the feet and ankles. One recent post described aches and pains resulting from smartphone use.

In her spare time, Dr. Walker enjoys skiing, Pilates, and reading. She is devoted to Golden Retrievers as pets and as therapy dogs.

Walker Physical Therapy and Pain Center Offers ML830 Laser Treatments

A certified physical therapist and nutritionist, Dr. Grace Walker is also a registered occupational therapist. Dr. Grace Walker offers care through the Walker Physical Therapy and Pain Center in Orange, California. As the owner and principal therapist, she provides treatment for outpatient disorders, such as joint pains, and rehabilitation for sports injuries.

The Walker Physical Therapy and Pain Center utilizes advanced technologies to care for tendonitis, back pain, arthritis, carpel tunnel syndrome, and bursitis. Among the equipment available to treat joint pains is the ML830 laser.

Approved by the Food and Drug Administration, the ML830 is a cold laser that repairs injured tissues by sending photons of light directly to the affected area. The light penetrates two inches into the body without affecting blood, fat, or skin. It then stimulates cells to encourage rapid repair of tissues. Following a treatment with the ML830 laser, patients generally notice less inflammation and pain. At the same time, tissues become stronger, and with proper preventive measures, a person can keep pain from returning.
For an appintment with an expert physical therapist call Walker physical Therapy and pain Center at 714-997-5518. Located in Orange, Ca.