Physical Therapy Thousand Oaks

Physical Therapy for Thousand Oaks, CA patients

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Welcome to Synergy

Our goal at Synergy Chiropractic & Physical Therapy is to improve your quality of life by significantly reducing your pain, while restoring your potential. Our cutting-edge rehabilitation facility is located just 5 minutes south of Thousand Oaks on the 101, offering state-of-the-art technologies and an unmatched level of expertise.

Our team specializes in rehabilitation of all types of orthopedic and sports medicine injuries, as well as preventative care. With over 50 5-star reviews on Yelp and 40 5-start reviews on Google, our physical therapists have been recognized by members of the Thousand Oaks community for our outstanding commitment to service, health, and wellbeing.

If you are looking for a physical therapist in the Thousand Oaks area, look no further. We offer convenient, easy to schedule appointments morning, afternoon, and evening to fit your busy lifestyle. We accept most types of insurance as well as self-pay patients. Call us for more details.

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Meet Our Therapists

Our physical therapists offer years of experience, combined with our ultra-modern facility to give you the care you need to recover.

Dr. Bieta Kia

Dr. Bieta Kia


Specializing in outpatient Physical Therapy, Dr. Kia treats patients with various orthopedic concerns and sports-related injuries. She has extensive experience in hospital-based clinics and private practice. Bieta specializes in musculoskeletal disorders, post-operative rehabilitation, acute and chronic spine dysfunction, as well as shoulder and knee pathologies.

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Dr. Michael Taylor

Dr. Michael Taylor


Dr. Taylor graduated with his Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Loma Linda University in 2017, and treats using full-body wellness mixed with a movement-science approach. His passion for Physical Therapy came from the determination and curiosity of trying to solve his own debilitating knee pain while trying to avoid the use of pharmaceuticals or surgery.

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What is Physical Therapy?

Physical therapy is a non-invasive treatment designed to help you develop, maintain, and restore muscular strength, promoting the full range of movement and normal physical function. Physical therapy may be a standalone treatment, or it may be used in conjunction with other therapies. Some patients are referred to a physical therapist by their doctor, while others may seek therapy themselves. No matter what your situation is, the goal of physical therapy is the same; to help you recover from an injury, relieve pain, deal with a chronic condition, or prevent future injuries.

Our therapists will diagnose your injuries by conducting an evaluation, which includes a medical history and a physical examination. Based on this information, your physical therapist will structure a treatment plan, monitor your progress, and provide some manual (hands-on) support for exercises.

Our Patients Say

The absolute best physical therapy / chiropractic center I have ever been to.

Steve M. ★★★★★

Dr. Blum and Dr. Ryan are awesome!  I had a back injury that physical therapy and other chiropractors could not help with.  After my first visit I no longer had numbness in my leg.

Jennifer A. ★★★★★

Synergy is head and shoulders above any of my previous experiences with physical therapy treatment.

Steven C. ★★★★★

Patient FAQs

A list of our most frequently asked questions. Please contact us for more information or additional questions.

Why do I need physical therapy?
Physical therapy is prescribed by your physician to help you regain lost pain-free function following an injury, surgery, or a progressive medical condition such as arthritis, deconditioning, or diabetes. Your physical therapist will evaluate you and provide hands-on care, prescribing exercises to help you regain pain-free function. Physical therapy is also helpful for preventing falls to people at risk, enhancing sports performance ,and preventing injuries to athletes.
How long will I be coming to therapy?
This, too, depends on multiple factors. Your physician’s prescription gives an initial time frame for therapy. You’ll be continually assessed by your therapist during your visits, and he or she will provide additional recommendations based on how you’re progressing and whether you’ve met your function goals. Your insurance company may limit the number of visits they pay for. Communication between you and your therapist is very important for achieving your desired goals and working to get the most out of your therapy experience.
What will I be doing during my physical therapy sessions?
On your first visit, your physical therapist will complete a thorough evaluation and establish an individualized plan of care based on your specific needs. Physical therapists have a variety of skills at their disposal, including manual techniques, therapeutic exercises, and modalities. Most importantly, we educate you about your condition, including the healing processes and tactics you can use to prevent injury. We also help you establish an effective home program to supplement your in-office treatment. You can use this independently once your formal physical therapy program has been completed. In short, physical therapists rely on best practice skills and exercises taken from current scientific research, otherwise known as evidence-based practice.
How many physical therapy treatment sessions will I have?
Every patient’s diagnosis is different, so together with your referring physician your therapist will develop a plan of care that’s right for you. Your plan of care and number of visits per week will be decided during your first visit.
Should I expect to experience pain during or after physical therapy?
Depending on your condition, it isn’t uncommon to have some soreness after your session. The soreness should not last for more than a day. If it lasts longer, be sure to let your physical therapist know.