Sport & Spine Physical Therapy of Winona, Inc. is a privately owned practice located at 1512 Service Drive in Winona, Minnesota. Founded in 2001 and owned by Dennis McEntaffer, Sport & Spine has been helping people of all ages decrease their pain and improve their function. Conditions treated include pain and functional conditions resulting from back and neck injuries, sprains/strains and fractures, arthritis, injuries related to work and sports, and general “wear & tear” injuries.
Our Practice Purpose: The purpose of Sport & Spine Physical Therapy of Winona, Inc. is to be a vibrant, growing group of individuals dedicated to providing a high level of health care to an ever growing base of patients; to help the greatest number of patients reach their maximum potential for their individual physical needs and abilities; and to get patients out of pain and discomfort and well on the way to an improved quality of life.
Areas of Expertise
- Back and Neck Pain
- Arm and Shoulder Pain
- Leg and Knee Pain
- Foot and Ankle Injuries
- Hand Injuries
- Sports Injuries
- Work Injuries
- Post-Surgical Conditions
- Personal and Auto Injuries
- Decreased Range of Motion
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Orthopedic Injuries
- Acute and Chronic Conditions
At Sport & Spine Physical Therapy, we feel it is vitally important to see people for therapy as soon as possible to have the greatest effect on returning to a complete functional capacity.
As such, Sport & Spine guarantees any new patient will be offered an appointment within one business day, if he/she so chooses. Pain doesn’t wait a few weeks for an appointment, why should you?
Sport & Spine Physical Therapy of Winona, Inc
You’re Like Family
The moment you arrive at Sport & Spine Physical Therapy of Winona, Inc we welcome you with open arms and treat you like a family member.
The Graston Technique uses a form of instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization. Instruments are used to detect and break down scar tissue and fascial restrictions. Scar tissue develops as a result of surgery, immobilization, trauma, repetitive trauma, among other causes.
This method can be used to treat both acute and chronic conditions that lead to pain, reduced range of motion, and decreased strength. This method works by inducing controlled microtrauma to the tissue as the scar tissue is broken down. This then creates a local inflammatory process that stimulates the healing process. Once the adhesions are broken down function of the involved tissue returns.