1600 Corporate Circle, Petaluma, CA 94954 •  PH: 1-707-981-8604 • FAX: 707-981-8647 • EMAIL: lorenkimble@kodapt.com
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Our Services

"I have been receiving care from Koda Physical Therapy for the past 6 months for work injuries of my knee and back.

Loren is professional, but also truly cares.  I like the fact that he combines Traditional with Holistic practices.  Not all physical therapist do that, which I can testify have amazing results. 

 The staff is welcoming, and very good at instructing the proper why each exercise is executed.  This has helped me greatly when I’m on my own.  Jessica at the front desk is amazing, ready to help with any paperwork you might need.

 I have been to several physical therapists over the years, and I must say Koda Physical Therapy is at the top of my list."

~Jennifer

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Biomechanical Assessment 
Movement-based assessment to determine the strengths and weaknesses contributing to movement deficiencies. By addressing these faults, not only can we help reduce pain, but also prevent further injury in the future.    

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Loren, Jessica and staff all make you feel welcome. By far the BEST PT place I have ever been. Loren got my back spasms under control after years of pain. 

 

When he opened Koda, I knew I would only see him!  Broke ankle in 3 places last year and knew I would drive from Santa Rosa to Petaluma to see the BEST therapist there is! 

 

Loren's knowledge and educating you about your injury/recovery is awesome! Never met such a great physical therapist!  THANK YOU to Koda and highly recommend them!

~Diane 

Corrective Exercises
Specific exercises given to address the mobility and strength limitations found in the biomechanical assessment to promote proper movement patterns..    

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Manual Therapy
Massage: benefits include, but are not limited to, improved circulation, pain relief, increased range of motion, relax/soften injured or overused muscles, improve joint flexibility, reduced post-surgical adhesions and swelling, and reduce spasms or cramping. Following a strain or sprain, massage is a crucial element to breaking down scar tissue in order to proper realignment and healing of the affected muscles or ligaments

Augmented Soft Tissue Mobilization (ASTM): deep tissue technique through the use of ergonomic tools to help break down scar tissue, increase blood flow to the affected area, promote increased range of motion, tissue healing and improve muscle function.

Joint Mobilization: Graded movements isolated to a specific joint to help return proper joint motion and function
 

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Personalized exercise programs
Whether recovering from surgery or rehabbing from injury, it is important that one be able to continue progressing once physical therapy sessions have ended in order to ensure safe return to desired training and/or activity levels.  Initial therapy focuses on the affected area of complaint, however, when returning to desired activities the body must work as a whole.  We look to design these programs with idea of maximizing functional mobility and strength with emphasis on proper movement patterns to reduce tendencies toward the use compensatory patterns and avoid re-injury.