In response to the stay-at-home order, it is important we inform our patients that physical therapy is still deemed an essential service by U.S. Homeland Security. Therefore, we will remain open and committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of our patients. Please contact our office with any further questions.
Private treatment rooms allow for critical and confidential interaction between you and your physical therapist to allow the therapist to evaluate and diagnose your bio-mechanical and functional deficiency. This one-on-one communication is essential and the cornerstone for the successful outcome of your treatment plan. White Tanks P.T. is fully equipped with a 2,500 square foot training room. This layout facilitates effective use of manual treatment combined with exercise training. The design of this room is tailored to more creative approaches toward rehabilitation, fitness, industrial and athletic training.
Orthopedic Manual Therapy
Decreasing pain/ stiffness while increasing mobility via soft tissue and spinal or joint mobilizations
Improving balance and coordination
Increasing aerobic endurance and functional capacity
Improving athletic performance
Upper/Lower Extremity, Trunk and Spinal Stabilization Training
We take pride in continuity of care at White Tanks Physical Therapy and treat each client/patient with personalized one-on-one attention and an individualized program designed to bring you back to health. Only our licensed, board-certified physical therapists treat our patients to guarantee the patient receives the utmost in their rehabilitative experience. Each client/patient is informed of their condition, instructed on which exercises and prophylactic procedures to manage and train to successfully return to independent activities of daily life, athletic performance, return to work.
What to expect during your physical therapy evaluation:
Please arrive 15 minutes early in order to complete necessary documents
Bring training clothing (i.e. gym shorts, sweatpants/yoga pants, t shirt, athletic shoes)
Bring your physical therapy referral/ prescription
Bring any and all insurance cards
Our staff will assist you in obtaining insurance verification and authorization
You will be responsible for payment of all services not covered by your insurance (i.e. copay's, deductibles)
Orthopedic Manual Therapy
Therapeutic Exercise Training
Modalities as indicated ( i.e. ice, heat, electrical stimulation, ultrasound)
Soft Tissue Mobilization
Upper/Lower Extremity and Trunk Training
Sport Specific Speed, Agility, Quickness
Pablo earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Connecticut in 1982. From 1986-1989 he relocated to Northern California to work in a variety of HMO settings that relied on the skill sets of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. During his time in Northern California, Pablo completed the Folsom Physical Therapy Long term Orthopedic Manual Therapy course. Pablo has been in the clinical practice of physical therapy and specifically orthopedic manual therapy for 37 years. Pablo was an adjunct faculty member at Grand Canyon University teaching an Introduction to Physical Therapy course from 1993-2001. Since 2001, Pablo has provided outpatient services to his community, the southwest valley, and in the same year founded White Tanks Physical Therapy and Orthopedic Rehabilitation, LLC located in Goodyear, Arizona. He is currently on faculty for Phoenix Manual Therapy (PMT) providing his expertise on the medical science and art of orthopedic manual therapy. A clinical education program, PMT provides short and long term clinical educational orthopedic manual therapy courses. Pablo is dedicated today towards educating the next generation of physical therapists and being a healing resource to our community.
Cory Ferguson completed his undergraduate degree at North Dakota State University in Corporate Community Fitness/Exercise Physiology in 1998, he also received a minor in nutrition and coaching at this time. He completed his graduate work in 2003 receiving a clinical doctorate degree from Northern Arizona University. Cory has practiced in multiple setting including inpatient rehabilitation at Banner University Medical Center Phoenix working closely with neurological patients ranging from stroke to spinal cord injuries. He also spent time developing vestibular skills working with exceptional vestibular certified therapists in the field of physical therapy. Currently, Cory is practicing primarily in the area of outpatient orthopedics and vestibular therapy at White Tanks Physical Therapy where he has been for the last 15 years. He has undergone extensive coursework in manual therapy including completion of Phoenix Manual Therapy long-term course. He also has a strong belief in correct movement patterns and appropriate progression of training allowing for tissue remodeling and distribution of force. Cory is married to a beautiful woman and person he has known since he was 15 years old and they have been blessed with 3 children; Mashaida: 26, Melana: 22 and Cayl: 10. When he is not a the clinic he enjoys backpacking, fly fishing, snowboarding, recreational sports, working on his 1967 Ford F250 and playing frisbee with his Australian Shepherds.
Logan Guess received his clinical doctorate degree and is an Arizona licensed physical therapist. He completed his undergraduate degree in exercise science with an emphasis in pre-physical therapy from Grand Canyon University, where he graduated summa cum laude. He went on to earn his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University and graduated with distinction. Logan interned at two sports and orthopedic clinics where he worked with athletes from adolescences to professionals. Currently Logan is participating in Phoenix Manual Therapy's long-term classes to receive his certification in orthopedic manual therapy.
Logan is married to his high school sweetheart and is a third-generation Arizonan native. He enjoys many outdoor activities including hiking, camping, hunting, horseback riding, spending time with his dogs and working on cars.
Please contact us directly with any questions or scheduling inquiries you may have.
Feel free to fax any documents to (623) 882-9791
250 N Litchfield Rd Ste. 155, Goodyear, Arizona 85338, United States