At your evaluation, the therapist will complete a comprehensive exam and will create a treatment plan that best fits your individual needs. Our therapists are trained in a variety of techniques to help improve function and work towards mutually established goals. We utilize many manual therapy techniques including Graston, Dry Needling, Cupping and Spinal Manipulation. We also utilize the most current concepts in pain neuroscience education and mindfulness to help manage whole body healing.
We have extensive experience with back and neck pain, post surgical conditions, vertigo, chronic pain and tendinitis.
Dry needling is a procedure using a filament needle inserted into the skin and muscle. It targets tendons or myofascial trigger points to increase blood flow, stimulate a central nervous response, reduce pain and improve healing.
Graston Technique® (GT) is a form of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization that addresses soft tissue lesions and fascial restrictions. GT uses specially designed stainless steel instruments.
Sport Specific Training
We work with each patient to design a rehab program focused on improving performance of the tasks specifically related to their sport or activity. We simulate strength, flexibility, stability and agility activities that mimic sports activity to help our patients to return to sports or improve their sports performance and avoid future injuries.
Spinal manipulation is a technique where therapists use their hands to apply a controlled thrust to a joint of your spine. The amount of force can vary, but the thrust moves the joint more than it would on its own
Chronic Pain Education
Pain is multifaceted, and our therapists use a variety of pain neuroscience techniques to help people manage their pain. We help to develop skills for increasing function and incorporate many different aspects of pain control in your care plan.
Blood Flow Restriction Training
Blood Flow Restriction Training is a technique that combines low intensity exercise with blood flow occlusion that produces similar results to high intensity training. Cuffs are placed on the arms or legs and inflated to decreased blood flow and allow for greater strength gains through anaerobic training at a lower intensity level exercise.
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