Despite taking precautions, athletic injuries are almost always a part of playing your game. Don’t let injuries sideline you. Our orthopedic physical therapy specialists provide a thorough assessment of your strength, mobility and joint integrity and develop individualized programs to get you back in shape as quickly as possible. Our treatments include manual therapy, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, cupping, dry needling, laser therapy and medical exercise therapy to restore function, performance and limit pain.

What’s Different About ARC’s Physical Therapy?
We don’t require a doctor’s order for you to take advantage of our physical therapy services. You determine how much and how often.

ARC is an in network provider with BCBS, Tricare East, Optum Health, Health Choice, Healthcare Highways, United Health Care, Medicare Part B,  Oklahoma Soonercare for Children, Oklahoma Health Network, or Cash pay as you go.
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Our passion for high performers, the people who want to train to be their best, drove us to create this program and ARC. Our current healthcare system falls short when it comes to taking care of active individuals. Many times individuals are released from rehab programs too soon and a lot of current healthcare plans limit rehabilitation care. This often leaves people to complete their rehabilitation on their own and returning to their sports and activities ill prepared and not fully recovered.

Our Bridge Program provides a comprehensive movement and performance assessment. A professionally supervised sport and activity-specific strength training program is designed to return our athletes back to their sports safely, stronger, and with proper movement


Just like the Big Leagues! The Arm Care Program at the ARC is modeled after current programs used by the pros. Our goal to help overhead throwers get through the demanding rigors of a season of fastballs and sliders healthy and stronger. Each thrower is evaluated by a physical therapist to determine any movement and strength deficits. Each player in our program has access to ARC and all of its recovery services. We provide recovery modalities including dry needling, laser therapy, soft tissue work, cardio and arm strengthening exercises.


Tyler Eckel, MPT, CGFI is certified through the Titleist Performance Institute as Level II Medical Professional.TPI is the world’s leading educational organization dedicated to the study of how the human body functions in relation to the golf swing. For more information on TPI visit their website.


Laser therapy, a non-invasive technique approved by the FDA, helps reduce pain and inflammation. Used with or instead of pharmaceutical drugs, it may be an alternative to drugs and surgery.

Laser therapy treatments last between 5 and 10 minutes depending on the condition being treated. Laser therapy treatments must be administered directly to skin, as laser light cannot
penetrate through layers of clothing. You will feel a soothing warmth as the therapy is administered.

Our therapists use contact or non-contact hand pieces, depending on your condition. The contact hand piece allows our therapist to physically manipulate, or laser-massage, tissue so
light can penetrate deeper. Most people generally see results after 3 to 5 treatments. Let us customize a treatment plan to help you recover.


Dry Needling involves multiple advances of a filament needle into the muscle in the area of the body that triggers pain. Nothing is injected into the body and the needle is so think most people don’t feel it penetrate the skin. Some feel various degrees of discomfort once it has advanced into the muscle. Healthy muscles have little to no trigger pain points and low discomfort. Sensitive, sore or shortened muscles have more active trigger points so dry needling therapy may feel like a muscle cramp.

Most people see positive results within 2 to 4 sessions, depending on the cause a duration of the symptoms and overall health. An effective treatment for acute and chronic pain, rehabilitation from injury, pain and injury prevention, dry needling is unequaled in finding and eliminating neuromuscular dysfunction with very few side effects.


Cupping, traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) practice, involves placing cups on the skin to create suction. This practice dates back over 2,000 years but has received recent attention in the media due to its use by world-class athletes for injury relief.

Cupping effectively suctions the skin and helps increase blood flow and promotes healing. Medical studies indicate that cupping could be an effective short term treatment chronic neck pain low-back pain.

Considered safe for healthy people, cupping can cause bruising, soreness and some discomfort. People with underlying health conditions should not use cupping.


IASTM enables therapists to treat soft tissue dysfunction. An evolution of the traditional Chinese medicine GuaSha, IASTM uses ergonomically designed instruments to detect and treat facial restrictions, encourage rapid
localization and effectively treat soft tissue fibrosis, chronic inflammation or degeneration.