Respire Physical Therapy Falls Church, VA is physical therapist owned premier physical therapy clinic, specializing in evidence-based physical therapy (EBP). It is our mission to provide the most attentive patient care experience to promote maximal functional recovery. We provide personalized one on one recovery treatment for your privacy and maximal outcomes.
Respire Physical Therapy Falls Church, VA is the premier physical therapy clinic, specializing in evidence-based physical therapy. Our physical therapist Dr. Kevin Teng blends up to date research from George Washington University, Johns Hopkins University, and the American Physical Therapy Association to treat patients.Read More
It is our mission to provide the most attentive patient care experience to promote functional recovery for back pain relief, neck pain relief, sciatica pain relief, shoulder pain relief, and much more.Read More
Our owner Dr. Kevin Teng is a Doctor of Physical Therapy from George Washington University and is an industry leader in helping our community remain active. At Respire Physical Therapy you can be treated by a licensed physical therapist without script or referral from a physician.Read More
I had a pinched nerve in my lower back that was disrupting my sleep. I was really worried that I would not be able to go on my hiking trip to Iceland this March. I tried everything from chiropractors, stretch classes, medications and nothing seemed to work. Kevin did a lot of hands-on therapy for my back and gave me personalized exercises. The burning/tingling in my leg went away! I am so happy that I found Respire. If I ever need physical therapy again, this is where I will go.
Dr. Teng's very knowledgeable, professional and encouraging. He explained my condition for me to understand and continued to remind me to not lose hope throughout my journey. I can't thank him enough. The front desk staff is also lovely and kind. I feel extremely motivated and cannot wait to return back to golf! I would highly recommend this clinic.
I was able to call and book an appointment on the same day. I usually expect at least a 15 minute wait time for my appointments but my physical therapist saw me right at the time of my appointment. My therapist even gave me a free theraband for my exercises!
I just wanted to thank you for your dedication & support throughout my physical therapy! I enjoyed working with you, and can say your positive attitude contributed to my recovery!
My surgery was 5/21 and this past Sunday I was able to walk about 50 feet without my cane. I am thrilled and can't imagine what you could do better!
I had a chronic wrist and arm pain which caused me unable to work in front of a computer. I've had an excellent experience with my physical therapy at Respire Physical Therapy with Dr.Teng!!! After a few sessions of workouts and stretches, I was able to transition from 10 minutes of computer time to 2-3 hrs of computer time! Dr.Teng's care for patient's needs and professionalism made me feel so comfortable and motivated. He gave me a resistance band to work at home and also print out of the workouts/stretches we did during the session. At the end of the session, Helen (receptionist) gave me a cute certificate for finishing the therapy session. Every time I went, Helen and Gritz (the emotional support dog) greeted me so nicely!! Overall, I definitely recommend this place if you are looking for a professional, reliable and outstanding physical therapist.
Kevin was careful to thoroughly explain each exercise and the specific target area. He is very thorough and professional!
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Back pain and sciatica differ but are often confused with each other. Back is specific to the upper, middle or lower back. Sciatica is a more diffuse, radiating pain down the buttock, thigh, and even leg. It is also possible to have radiculopathy, which is a radiating numbness, tingling, burning, or sharp pain to a specific part of the leg. This is often associated with a herniated disc, or entrapment of the nerve of that area, as it exits the spine.