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Physical Therapy Treatments
Manual therapy uses skilled specific techniques to help treat musculoskeletal pain by increasing range of motion (ROM), improving flexibility, increasing joint stability, decreasing inflammation, and improving overall function.
Soft tissue mobilization - Applied pressure helps muscles to relax, breaks up scar tissue, decreases inflammation, and alleviate pain.
Joint mobilization/manipulation - Measured movements to improve joint alignment, increase motion, and reduces pain by loosening up the soft tissue surrounding that particular joint.
Therapeutic exercises are a wide range of exercises that focus on restoring and maintaining flexibility, strength, stability, balance, & endurance. These customized exercises are prescribed in order to correct the underlying impairment, prevent future injuries, and optimize your overall health.
Balance (static & dynamic) and Coordination Training
Body Mechanics Training
ROM Exercises and Soft Tissue Stretching
Active ROM (AROM) - Exercises performed by the individual without any assistance.
Active Assisted ROM (AAROM) - Motions that require both voluntary efforts of the individual and external aid including using another body part to help facilitate the movement or assistance from the Physical Therapist.
Passive ROM (PROM) - Stretching and increasing mobility of a particular joint(s) performed by the Physical Therapist.
Strength and Joint Stabilization exercises
Kinesio Taping Method and McConnell Taping Technique
Two different taping techniques with the same goal of reducing pain during functional activities or sports. Kinesio Tape provides neuromuscular feedback that can either inhibit or facilitate particular muscles while McConnell Tape focuses more on the joint/muscle alignment to decrease pain..
Gait dysfunctions are "abnormal" walking patterns that can be due to neurological, vestibular, or musculoskeletal issues. Physical Therapists can assess the way you walk and further test the underlying issue. Improvements in gait will lead to overall safety and decrease pain. Also, gait training is necessary for those who are new with using an assistive device (crutches, single point cane, front wheel walkers, four wheel walkers) whether it is after surgery or enhancing your safety around the community.
Common Injuries We Treat
Low Back & Neck Pain
Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD)
Herniated & Bulging Discs
Spondylolysis & Spondylolisthesis
Post Fracture & Surgery Most Commonly Laminectomies, Spinal Fusions, Discectomy, Foraminotomy, and Disc Replacement
Rotator Cuff Strains, Tears, Tendinitis
Shoulder Instability, Dislocation & Separation
Adhesive Capsulitis (Frozen Shoulder)
Post Fracture & Surgery Most Commonly Rotator Cuff Repair, Labral Repair (SLAP), & Subacromial Decompression (Acromioplasty or Bursectomy)
Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)
Medial Epicondylitis (Golfers Elbow)
Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
Elbow (Olecranon) Bursitis
Post Fracture & Surgery
Wrist & Hand
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Sprains & Strains of the Wrist & Hand
De Quervain's Tendinosis
Arthritis of the Wrist & Hand
Post Fracture and Surgery Most Commonly Carpal Tunnel Release, Trigger Finger Release, Tendon Repair & Trapeziectomy
Sprains and Strains
Total Hip Replacement (THR)
Post Fracture and Surgery Most Commonly THR and Labral Repair
Sprains & Tears Anterior Collateral Ligament (ACL), Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL), Posterior Collateral Ligament (PCL), Lateral Collateral Ligament (LCL)
Patella Femoral Syndrome
Total Knee Replacement (TKR)
Post Fracture and Surgery Most Commonly TKR, Meniscus Repair, ACL/MCL/PCL/LCL Repair
Ankle Sprains & Strains
Posterior Tibial Dysfunction
Post Fracture and Surgery Most Commonly Achilles Repair, Ankle Ligament Repair, Bunionectomy and Arthrodesis