A passive positional procedure that places the body in a position of greatest comfort, thereby relieving pain by reduction and arrest of inappropriate proprioceptor activity that maintains somatic dysfunction. It can assist in the treatment of acute and chronic pain, post-op pain, and neurological pain. It can be safely used on all age groups and populations including pediatrics, pregnancy, and geriatrics.
Using an osteopathic approach that emphasizes the interrelationships between structure and function of the body through the use of manual and manipulative therapy. In conjunction with the osteopathic approach, Norwegian and Australian mobilization techniques, New Zealand mobilization with movement approaches, and myofascial release, and various specific chiropractic techniques are utilized as well.
A rehabilitative technique that is designed to facilitate the body’s natural healing process while providing support and stability to muscle and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion as well as providing extended soft tissue manipulation to prolong the benefits of manual therapy. The tape, which is latex free, can be used on all populations ranging from pediatrics to geriatrics.
Pelvic Floor Therapy helps patients revitalize their bodies and take control of their own healing process. Following an exam by one of our licensed physical therapists, a personalized treatment plan can be made to improve the strength, endurance and coordination of your pelvic floor.
This modality is the use of electrical current applied to the body through electrodes to create a therapeutic effect on the body such as pain relief, swelling and inflammation reduction, muscle strengthening, and facilitating healing of wounds.
Is an effective treatment for acute and chronic pain, rehabilitation from injury, and even pain and injury prevention, with very few side effects. This technique is unequaled in finding and eliminating neuromuscular dysfunction that leads to pain and functional deficits.
Blood flow restriction is a game-changing injury recovery therapy that is producing dramatically positive results, such as diminishing atrophy and loss of strength from disuse and non-weight bearing after injuries.
Uses an intermittent or static format to either the cervical or lumbar spine at a specific level to help decompress the disc, separate the joint surfaces and/or the surrounding soft tissue. This then allows for decreased compression on the spinal nerve root or facet joint.
Therapy that is the use of sound waves above the range of human hearing to treat injuries like muscle strains or runner’s knee. This particular therapy has had great strides in musculoskeletal medicine since the 1950s.