Our Specialist Services

Of course, we provide physical therapy

We have been serving the Fairfield community and surrounding area for more than 20 years, offering a variety of modern physical therapy techniques with state-of-the-art technology, and complementing body movement services.

Physical Therapy

We offer comprehensive rehabilitation programs for people of all ages and with varied injuries.

Full Body Stretching

Are you waking up sore after “normal for you” activity? Or do you have unexplained pain?

Balance Training

Loss of balance and falls can be prevented if individuals take measures to protect themselves.

Personal Training

Looking to strengthen or return to your game, build muscle, or improve your health?

At Preneta Physical Therapy, our experienced team will help you get back to a healthy quality of life.

Preneta Physical Therapy employs a spectrum of modalities to treat each patient’s individual injury or pain.

We offer a full range of services to address a variety of conditions. And, while every patient’s condition is unique, our seasoned therapists are experts in evaluating, diagnosing, and creating a plan of care for each patient and their prescribing doctor.

Some of our services include:


Blood-flow restriction training can help patients to make greater strength training gains while lifting lighter loads, thereby reducing the overall stress placed on the limb.

By applying the right amount of external pressure to an extremity, it is possible to maintain arterial inflow while occluding venous outflow distal to the occlusion site. 

Graston Technique® is an interdisciplinary treatment used by thousands of clinicians worldwide – Preneta Physical Therapy is a Graston Technique® provider.

The proprietary technique incorporates an evidence-based form of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization that enables clinicians to effectively detect and treat scar tissue and restrictions that affect normal function. Only clinicians, like Preneta Physical Therapy, who have been trained and accredited in the Graston Technique® are qualified to obtain the Graston Technique® instruments and apply the technique to treat patients.

Dry Needling is a technique physical therapists use to treat pain and movement impairments. The specially trained physical therapist inserts a “dry” needle, one without medication or injection, into areas of the muscle.

When physical therapists use dry needling, it is typically part of a larger treatment plan.

Cold Laser Therapy is a Physical Therapy treatment that utilizes specific wavelengths of light to interact with tissue to assist in accelerating the healing process. Applied in a clinical setting by a physical therapist, Cold Laser Therapy can be used on patients who suffer from a variety of acute and chronic conditions, including Arthritis, to assist in the elimination of pain and swelling, and to increase functionality.

Laser Therapy is also known as Phototherapy and Low-Level Laser Therapy, and it stimulates the body’s natural repair response at the cellular level to reduce pain and accelerate healing.

Preneta Physical Therapy is pleased to offer traction. A form of decompression, mechanical traction utilizes a special traction table which helps to relieve pressure on the spine and alleviate pain from joints, sprains, and spasms. A physical therapist also employs traction to treat sciatica, herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, pinched nerves, and other common back conditions. Traction is performed by skilled physical therapists and effective in treating back pain, including Lower Back Pain.

With traction, patients find much-needed relief and get back to their previous function levels.

Cupping is an ancient form of alternative medicine where cups are put on the skin to create suction. It is used to help with relaxation, blood flow, pain, and inflammation, mimicking benefits of a deep-tissue massage.

A physical therapist utilizes a rubber pump to create a vacuum which causes the skin to rise and the blood vessels to expand. The cups are glided across different areas to lift and separate tissue. It enhances the release of the interfaces between the neural tissues, fascia, skin, ligaments, muscles, and tendons.