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Physical Therapy at Crawl Walk Jump Run

Conveniently located on Garfield Road in Clinton Township

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Clinton Township’s Premiere Physical Therapy Clinic

The key to living an active lifestyle is being able take care of yourself. Our team of experts specialize in helping you achieve your physical potential by diagnosing and treating a wide range of conditions, from ankle sprains or everyday joint injuries that affect us all!

Our passionate team of Doctors of Physical Therapy (DPTs) and Physical Therapy Assistants (PTAs) offer a wide range of equipment and interventions to treat neurological diagnoses.

Each patient is provided with an individualized evaluation, a collaborative plan of care, and one-on-one intensive therapy sessions throughout their time at our clinic.

If you're looking for Physical Therapy in Clinton Township, Crawl Walk Jump Run is your Premiere destination

CWJR is known for exceptional results with an experienced staff that will help you achieve your personal health goals! Services include manual treatment as well therapeutic exercise programs designed to reduce pain and/or increase movement after injury. 

We use cardiovascular conditioning to get you back into shape quickly while also building up endurance levels, no matter what type of shape you were in before coming to Crawl Walk Jump Run Physical Therapy clinic. Our strength training classes teach you how best to incorporate weights into everyday life to avoid future injuries altogether! 

We offer free therapy screenings with our highly trained therapists to help determine whether Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, or Speech Therapy would be most beneficial for you.

We are here to help you get out of pain.

At Crawl Walk Jump Run, we focus on maximizing function while increasing your confidence in your mobility; Not only at home but in the community, work, and recreational environments alike. We offer free therapy screenings with our highly trained therapists to help determine whether Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, or Speech Therapy would be beneficial for you.

Sports Related Injuries

Knee Injuries

Hip or Leg Pain

Wrist/Hand/Forearm Injuries

Foot/Ankle Injuries

Back/Spine Injuries

Overuse/Repetitive Stress Injuries

Neck Pain

Unsure if Physical Therapy is right for you?

Schedule your FREE 30 minute consultation to see if CWJR is the right choice for you!

Reviews for Physical Therapy at Crawl Walk Jump Run in Clinton Township


I have been working with Mike, the PT. He’s an absolute game changer! He has been focusing on my weak points to help me gain strength in the areas that need it the most. This has helped improved my overall fitness performance tremendously! He is extremely knowledgeable and has great experience in the field. Highly recommend!


Mike is my guy for physical therapy! He is knowledgeable, kind, and caring. The location is convenient and the appointment times fit my busy schedule. I would highly recommend Mike to anybody looking for someone!!


Dr. Fowler is the best! Very friendly but also very professional. By the end of our first session, it felt like I had know him for years. He made sure I was comfortable every step of the way as we rehabbed my ankle after a basketball injury. Will definitely be recommending him to friends and family. Thanks Dr. Mike!

Physical Therapy Certifications at CWJR

The PT department also carries certifications in techniques such as Neurodevelopmental Treatment (NDT) and therapeutic handling, CranioSacral Therapy and Reflex Integration. These interventions allow us to focus on specific areas of the brain and body to achieve maximal results. 

Neuro Specialty Programs

  • Universal Exercise Units 
  • Neuro-Developmental Treatment
  • Therasuit®  
  • 3 Week Intensive Program 
  • Reflex Integration® 
  • Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy
  • CranioSacral Therapy
  • RT600™
  • Serial Casting Program

Neuro Specialty Equipment

  • Universal Exercise Units
  • RT600™
  • Partial Weight Bearing Systems

Neuro Specialty Service

  • Orthotist visits available on-site
Schedule your FREE 30 minute consultation to see if CWJR is the right choice for you!

Physical Therapy FAQ's

Physical therapists are movement experts who improve quality of life through prescribed exercise, hands-on care, and patient education.  Physical therapists examine each patient and then develops a custom treatment plan to improve their ability to move, reduce or manage pain, restore function, and prevent disability.

Back pain is the most common type of chronic disorder in America, and there’s a good chance that you’re not alone. Long-term neck strain or posture problems can lead to irritated nerves which results in back pain. This is why we recommend physical therapy for both acute and chronic back or neck pains so long as the acute pain does not require immediate medical intervention

Your physical therapist (PT) will perform a detailed examination to gather information about your symptoms and condition. Depending on this, they might evaluate your strength, flexibility, balance, coordination in addition to blood pressure and heart rate rates.

When it comes to physical therapy, the clothes you wear can make a big difference. For instance, for your PT (physical therapist) to get an accurate diagnosis on how long and complicated your recovery process will be, they need access without restrictions from clothing that could hinder their examination of the injured area(s).

This is why most therapists recommend wearing comfortable clothing- this way there are no distractions during treatment by things such as zippers or buttons rubbing against sensitive skin surfaces etc., which would not only hurt but also impede progress.

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