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Services We Provide

  • Manual Therapy

  • Running Assessment & Injury Prevention

  • Dance Assessment & Injury Prevention

  • Sports Rehab & Injury Prevention

  • Pre and Post-Surgical Rehabilitation

  • Cervical/Lumbar Traction

  • Custom Foot Orthotics by Stan

  • Connective Tissue Disorder Treatment

  • Gait Training

  • Personalized Exercise Program

  • Ultrasound/Electrotherapy

  • Heat/Cryotherapy

  • Licensed Massage Therapy by Rebecca

  • Kinesio Taping

Diagnoses Treated

  • Neck and Back Injuries

  • Shoulder/Rotator Cuff Injuries

  • Sciatica/Herniated Discs

  • Bursitis/Tendonitis

  • Arthritic Joints

  • Hip and Knee Injuries

  • Foot and Ankle Injuries

  • Wrist, Hand, and Elbow Injuries

  • Connective Tissue Disorders

  • TMJ Disorders...and more!

Areas of Expertise

| Over 50 Years Combined Experience |

Sports Injuries & Injury Prevention

From a recent sprain/strain, to a recent surgery to repair a ruptured tendon, we can treat your sports injuries. Our team of Physical Therapists can also help to keep you injury free! With a variety of sport backgrounds and years of experience, CGPT Therapists have the insight and experience to speed up your recovery and get you back in the game!


From runners to dancers, and hikers to cyclists, CGPT will provide a safe, knowledgeable program to get you back in the game. We will work with your physician to allow you a fast recovery and to get you back to playing quickly.

Sports Injuries
Dance Rehabilitation

Dancers are a unique set of athletes who require the skills of a unique Physical Therapist. Melissa Scheck, M.P.T. has an extensive background in dance and sport injuries.


CGPT is specially equipped with a small sprung floor dance studio, rotational discs, and an SRF fitter board for safe dance rehabilitation. Call us to set up a Dance Assessment today!

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Dance Rehab
Back & Neck Pain

Whether you have a herniated disc, stenosis, arthritis, bulging disc or mechanical pain, how you spend your day is key to your recovery.


We teach you, not just about bending, but also about standing, walking, sitting, sleeping, and other chores and activities. Performing these activities in a neutral position of the spine is a necessary ingredient to relieving your pain long term.

Back & Neck
Connective Tissue Disorders

Connective tissue disorders, such a Marfan or Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, cause systemic joint laxity of varying severity. Joint laxity leads to instability and pain. Both Stan Guest, PT, OCS, OMPT and Melissa Scheck, MPT have extensive experience treating these disorders. They have both personally lived with a connective tissue disorder and have experienced the daily struggle to maintain an active lifestyle with minimal pain. Stan has produced a unique training program in which clients learn to protectively posture and to actively stabilize the joints in safe positions throughout their various daily activities, including sport participation.

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Running Injuries

Stride length and running form correction are key with all running injuries. We evaluate and film your running form. Whether you are suffering from plantar fascitis, IT band syndrome, hip bursitis, shin splints, or tendonitis, altering your stride length or form errors are key to your long term recovery. There is more to physical therapy than just theraband exercises and massage to get you back to the races quickly.

Stan has extensive experience in running, cross-country, track, as well as a sub-specialty in the treatment of overuse injuries of the foot and leg.

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Post-Op Physical Therapy

At Clegg & Guest Physical Therapy, our personalized post-op physical therapy provides patients with the resources they need to get their health on track after surgery — you’ll leave our clinic well informed and confident that your health is in good hands.


Schedule an appointment with our therapists who have decades of extensive experience in rehabilitation for many types of surgeries.

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Connective Tissue
Post Op

Physical therapy has been proven an essential part of treatment for arthritis. While the arthritic joint itself can not be changed, the focus of physical therapy is management of the disease.


There are several key factors to managing the disease including: education on more stable positions for the joints, stabilization exercises to improve joint stability, instruction in assistive devices if needed, and self stretches to improve mobility.

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Plantar Fasciitis

Tried stretching, ice, orthotics, and still in pain? Did you know that the way you sit can irritate your plantar fasciitis? So can the way you stand and walk. We believe that 80% of the treatment for plantar fasciitis is teaching you what NOT to do.


By determining what positions you are in that are over-stretching the fascia and causing an increase in the inflammation, symptoms are drastically reduced and you are given a long term cure for your symptoms.

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Plntr Fasciits
TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint)

Jaw pain with talking or eating? Physical therapy can help to improve mobility so you can eat with less pain. Some people have too much mobility which can cause pain as well.


Learn the proper way your jaw works; CGPT will teach you the importance of your head, neck, and jaw alignment to optimize your long term recovery.

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