Here at SparGO Physical Therapy, patients are provided with individualized treatment plans based on the unique goals of the patients we are working with. Our PTs provide a healthy mixture of manual therapies, exercises and modalities to meet patient's needs.
SparGO Physical Therapy is a small, family-owned practice founded 2019. We are located in Bristol, Connecticut. Our Physical Therapist were born and raised locally in Terryville, CT and in Southington, CT and have been in the local community several decades. Over the last two year we have made long lasting relationships with our patients, and have become part of the Bristol Family.
SparGO Physical Therapy offers One-on One treatment sessions to ensure the health and safety of our patients as we combat the COVID-19 crisis. Patients are able to maximize their time and money, while ultimately achieving more quality and timely treatment results.
Molly graduated from University of Hartford in 2016 with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree after receiving her Bachelors of Health Science in 2013. Molly founded SparGo Physical Therapy in 2019. She specializes in orthopedic physical therapy treatment interventions including: Graston Technique, Cupping Therapy, and Dry Needling. Molly has taken continuing education courses and is certified in Concussion Management, Vestibular Rehabilitation and Hand Therapy.
Awards: Faculty Recognition Award for exemplary professional growth and development
Dylan Fallis is from Southington, Connecticut. Dylan graduated from University of Hartford in 2018 with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) after receiving his Bachelors of Health Science in 2015. He specializes in orthopedic physical therapy treatment interventions like Graston Technique and Cupping Therapy and is certified in Dry Needling. Dylan has a passion for neurological physical therapy including rehabilitation of patients with stroke, spinal cord injury and traumatic brain injury. His favorite past time activities include: softball, soccer and weight training.
Awards: Student to Student Leadership Award & Facility Leadership Award.
We specialize in the evaluation and treatment of common orthopedic injuries including:
We are experts of providing post- operative care for common surgeries including:
We provide comprehensive evaluation and treatment of common sports related injuries. Our goal is to provide a patient centered treatment approach designed for the unique demands each sport has on our athlete's body. Our therapists provide the tools necessary for our athletes to return to sport, optimize sports performance and prevent future potential injuries. Our population of treated athletes ranges from youth sports to collegiate athletics to recreational adult league athletes.
We provide a patient centered, individualized plan of care for older adults. We have excellent results reducing the incidence of falls and reducing the rate of rehospitalization in the geriatric population. Common treated conditions include:
Our Physical Therapists provide rehabilitation for a multitude of work related injuries. We understand each injury is different, so we break down each patient's work duty to ensure the patient will safely return to work and prevent future injury. We provide education on safe lifting practices, work station ergonomics and other common work related mechanisms of injury.
We offer individualized treatment of vestibular diagnoses such as Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) and management of concussion symptoms.
Athletes can expect to have a tailored treatment approach to return to school and return to sport in a safe and effective manner. Trained and certified by the American Institute of balance, our therapists are up to date on the most effective treatment interventions.
We provide assessment and treatment of common oral facial pain conditions including:
We help patients with the management of symptoms including:
Dry Needling is a manual therapy intervention that uses small acupuncture needles for the treatment of musculoskeletal pain and tissue restrictions. Dry Needling is based on modern medical science and can be used for:
Answer: Connecticut falls under the category of a "Direct Access" state, meaning physician referral is not required to access physical therapy for most popular insurance plans. However, Medicare subscribers or recipients are still required to have a physician's referral before attending physical therapy.
For additional information please visit the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)'s website.
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Close to Terryville/Bristol line. Across from Wojtusik Nursery
Phone # 860-973-4995
Fax # 860-973-4996
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665 Terryville Avenue, Unit 1, Bristol, CT 06010
Tuesday: 6am -7pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed