physical therapists
Knees can see forces from 2 up to 5 times your body weight with physical activity. By losing 10 pounds you can take 30 pounds of force off your knees.

It takes longer for foot injuries to heal because we never stop using our feet!

Pain is your body’s way of telling you something is wrong. Respect what your body is telling you and modify your activity or stop if you are hurting.


about us:

News & Events

Thu, May 22nd, 2014
Owner of Ridgefield Physical Therapy Earns Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree

Fri, May 31st, 2013
Sportsmetrics™ Returns to Ridgefield High School, Summer 2013
Sportsmetrics™ Prevents Injuries for Young Female Athletes >>

Tue, Apr 30th, 2013
Healthy Running Clinic Tackles Injury Prevention
Ridgefield Physical Therapy hosts Run Like a Mother "Healthy Running Clinic" >>

Tue, Jun 5th, 2012
Sportsmetrics Training Summer 2012
Sportsmetrics, an ACL injury prevention program for females, running June 26th through August 23rd brought to you by Dr. Kate Campbell and Ridgefield Physical Therapy. >>

Fri, Apr 6th, 2012
Upcoming Events at Ridgefield Physical Therapy
Run Like a Mother's Educational Series & Ridgefield Bicycle Sport Club April Meeting >>

Tue, Mar 20th, 2012
Ridgefield PT to Offer Running Evaluation
In-depth procedure to include video analysis and recommendation for racers >>

Thu, Mar 15th, 2012
Injury Prevention Seminar for Dancers
Elizabeth Molloy, DPT and experienced dancer, is hosting an injury prevention seminar >>

Thu, Feb 23rd, 2012
Jim Tarsi Earns Diplomate in Diagnosis and Therapy
Jim Tarsi Jr. of Ridgefield Physical Therapy has earned his diploma in mechanical diagnosis and therpay from the McKenzie Institute International. >>

Thu, Mar 24th, 2011
Wii-hab comes to Ridgefield Physical Therapy
The Nintendo Wii entertainment system has brought physical activity to the world of video games, and now a local clinic is bringing that fun to their treatments. >>

Fri, Oct 29th, 2010
Kate Campbell Speaks On National Podcast
Kate Campbell speaks on PT Talker regarding ACL injury prevention program, Sportsmetrics >>

<< prev - page 1 of 2 - next >>