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Dr. Damon Bescia DPT

Naperville Manual Physical Therapy

2140 Skylane Dr

Naperville, IL 60564

P (630) 408-9703

F (630) 868-9020

 

Open Monday-Sunday, 7am-8pm

- by appointment only -

Dr. Damon Bescia DPT, board certified in orthopedic physical therapy

Board Certified in Orthopedic Physical Therapy

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Dr. Damon Bescia DPT, board certified in sports physical therapy

Board Certified in Sports Physical Therapy

Legal Disclaimer:  No content in this website is to be construed as medical advice of any kind, as any guarantee of treatment success however defined, or as any guarantee that treatment success however defined will be achieved in any specific number of visits. Every client's presentation is unique, and treatment results will therefore vary accordingly. Additionally, no content in this website is to be construed as any guarantee of reimbursement by individual insurance companies; all clients are directed to contact their insurance provider personally to inquire of reimbursement for Physical Therapy should they desire to submit for it. Dr. Damon Bescia is a licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy, Board Certified in Orthopedics, Board Certified in Sports Physical Therapy, a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists, a Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and a Certified Personal Trainer.

The Illinois Physical Therapy Practice Act, Section 1.2, states: "A physical therapist may provide physical therapy services to a patient with or without a referral from a health care professiona...

Some believe that the sacroiliac joint moves well and that excessive motion or asymmetrical positions can be responsible for pain; others feel that the sacroiliac joint is incapable of any movement at...

How common is sacroiliac joint pain? Does sacroiliac joint dysfunction even exist? Well, opinions vary. Some practitioners always look for and frequently treat it, others don't believe in it at al...

Research has shown that manual therapy and exercise are effective for patients with neck pain and headaches. However, not all patients presenting with neck pain or headaches are appropriate for manual...

Chronic or persistent pain is pain that lasts longer than normal tissue healing time, which is typically 3-6 months. Though the tissues have had time to heal sufficiently, chronic pain can still lead...

In rare cases, however, pain that seems to be of an orthopedic nature may have a different origin. Therefore, an orthopedic manual physical therapist must be vigilant to signs and symptoms ("red...

Spondylolisthesis is a displacement of one segment of the spine either forward or backward (retrolisthesis) in relation to the segment below it. There are several types of spondylolisthesis.

Many individuals who experience chronic or persistent pain, or have significant fear about MRI or X-ray findings, or feel great apprehension about performing specific movements or engaging in certain...

Many understand pain to work like this: “Pain fibers throughout the body send pain messages from an injured body part up to the brain so that a person will do something to eliminate the pain.” While...