In addition to the treatments discussed above, sometimes lifestyle interventions are key for physical therapy success. This might include improving sleep hygiene, monitoring stress management, improving nutrition and/or improving recreational fitness. For example, patients who get less sleep are more likely to have increased and longer-lasting pain. This can be frustrating, especially for someone who cannot sleep because of his or her pain. In this example, we will discuss everything from your sleeping positions to your daily routine to see if there are any adjustments we can make to allow you to sleep with greater ease.

At Sparks Physical Therapy, we look far behind the tissue-level and utilize everything in our power to lessen/relieve your aches and pains in a timely-manner.

Hear from Our Patients

We highly recommend Dr. Halpert for Physical Therapy services. We traveled from out-of-state to see him for my back. He was so accommodating and thorough. The exam and recommended exercises were specially tailored to meet my needs. His suggestion of... read more

David S.

Brett has been courteous, professional, responsive to communication, and flexible on scheduling. The PT itself is consistent and effective, with noticeable benefits over the course of treatment. Overall, I'm very satisfied.

Nathan F.

Did not want the “assembly line” Physical Therapy which I experienced in the past. Let me say this is the place to go. Brett gives one-on-one therapy with results!! Started therapy having leg numbness with back and knee... read more


Dr. Brett brings a fresh perspective to Physical Therapy. I’m still in therapy after major hand surgery but I have progressed so much since surgery in November on my dominant hand. I highly recommend Sparks Physical Therapy. My husband now... read more

Elizabeth D.

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