In 1997 while in Physical Therapy school, Ryan and Steve would car pool together and discuss how they someday would open their own physical therapy practice where they could have the autonomy to help people improve their lives. They would discuss the need of hands on individualized care that patient’s might not be getting other places. During those early morning and late afternoon drives to and from PT school they began planning what is now known as Inbalance Physical Therapy.
On June 19, 2009, (which incidentally happens to be both Ryan and Steve’s birthday) Inbalance PT came into existence and they began looking for a place to open their practice.
As they searched for an area where they could pursue their plans, Ryan was working doing home physical therapy in the San Tan Valley area. Ryan noticed a need for PT services in the San Tan Valley area and noted that the nearest PT services were very far away. They found the location of 2510 E. Hunt Hwy Suite 19, in San Tan Valley and each started working part-time while maintaining their full-time jobs as home PTs. The business grew faster than expected and soon Steve started working full-time in the office.
As Inbalance PT continued to grow so did the staff. Great care was taken in hiring the right people who genuinely wanted to help people and provide excellent care.
Early 2013 Ryan and Steve realized they were outgrowing their current location and felt the need to move to a more modern facility where they could continue to provide great care and have increased opportunities. With a lot of support and help they acquired property and built a new location for Inbalance Physical Therapy. They moved into their new office located at 36397 N. Gantzel Rd #102, San Tan Valley, AZ 85140 on February 17, 2014. Their new location has an indoor heated therapy pool, more private rooms, additional equipment, and plenty of room to grow.
Over the years and through their broad experiences they have been able to help people with all types of disabilities and injuries to recover to their prior level of function. They have strived to stand by their original goal to provide the best care possible to the people they serve. Their goal is to keep all things “inbalance” and to get you back “inwork, inplay, and inlife.”