A Variety Of Services For a Variety of Patients
Our high skilled team specializes in a variety of services ranging from Sports Physical Therapy to Pelvic Floor and so much more. Their broad range of knowledge helps them treat and support you with your custom needs. See the below services we provide.
After thorough examination, our physical therapists will treat any issues of bone, muscle, ligaments, tendon and joint related conditions or injuries. Our sports specific PT teaches patients to avoid sports related injuries, selection of individualized mobility exercises, or education in proper warm up/cool down activities. We treat injuries for those playing a variety of activities from recreational to elite sports.
Pelvic Floor & Women's Health
Treatments related to the dysfunction of pelvic, hip, and low back. Our therapists are certified in internal manual (or hands on treatment) that addresses pregnancy or postpartum difficulties, incontinence, difficulty with urination or bowel movements, constipation, chronic pelvic pain, endometriosis, and painful intercourse.
Pre & Post Operative Rehabilitation
Assessment before or after a surgical procedure of the neck, spine, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, pelvis, hip, knee, foot, or ankle. Physical therapy helps to ensure a reduction of pain and inflammation while restoring strength and range of motion of the joint. We will work alongside your surgeon to help you return to the life you love and reach your goals.
Sport-Specific Physical Therapy
Our physical therapists are trained to help athletes avoid sports injuries, treat current aches or pains, and incorporate a variety of jumping or plyometric drills based on the demands of one's sport. We specialize in recovery for athletes playing in recreational activities to elite sports.
Return to Play Assessment
Physical therapy does not end once healing has occurred or the pain has subsided. Our therapists work alongside your doctor, coach, trainer, and family to ensure proper timing of return to play while minimizing the risk of re-injury during performance.
Golf Injuries & Mobility Assessments
Full body assessment and golf-specific injury assessment will identify any physical restriction that could limit a player's swing. Our physical therapists will create a mobility and warm up program that is specifically designed with your swing in mind.
Vestibular, Dizziness, & Concussion Management
A PT will assess eye movements and one's balance system to address fall risks, visual disturbances, dizziness or "foggy head," headaches, vertigo or spinning, walking abnormalities, and neck pain.
A physical therapist will design a rehabilitation program for people with diseases, injury, or disorders of the nervous system (i.e. Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, and other neuromuscular disorders). They will complete an assessment of strength, function, and ability to complete normal activities of daily living. They will provide guidance and education in improving function, reducing symptoms, and enhancing one's quality of life.
Balance Training & Fall Risk Assessment
Our physical therapists will assess strength, ankle/knee/hip flexibility, endurance, and overall ability to create power through legs to determine possible causes of loss of balance. We help our patients maintain their independence and increase their activity tolerance during the day.
A physical therapist will assess posture, neck range of motion and mobility, and upper body strength to determine if your headaches can be managed with an effective treatment plan.
Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Dysfunction
Stretching and strengthening of the facial muscles to address popping or pain of the jaw, radiating pain of jaw or neck pain, limited movement or locking of the jaw.
Blood Flow Restriction Training
Blood flow restriction (BFR) training uses a blood pressure cuff to partially restrict blood flow to enhance muscle growth, strength and aide in recovery. With over 800 research studies published, BFR is an individualized and safe way to minimize loss of muscles mass, stimulate bone healing during the early immobilization phase, and allows patients to strengthen muscles without the stress of heavy lifting.
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Common injuries following an accident typically include pain, stiffness, reduced range of motion, and chronic headaches or migraines. Physical therapy will help address any areas of pain and dysfunction.
We work with you to treat and assess injuries that occur while at work. A physical therapist will create an exercise program to better prepare you for the demands of any work-related duties, education to properly complete heavy lifting, and create solutions to address pain associated with repetitive actives.
A physical therapist will use pain science education techniques and restorative exercises to help reduce long time and debilitating pain. Physical therapy will help to gradually increase one's activity tolerance.
Each of our physical therapists is specifically trained in use of manual (or hands on) techniques to restore proper mechanics of joints or improve soft tissue restrictions.
Use of small myofilament needle that is inserted into a tight or dysfunctional muscle.
ASTYM or IASTM
Use of instruments on top of the skin to apply mild or moderate pressure to dysfunctional tissue. This pressure stimulates tissue turnover, which helps regenerate tendon and muscle or reduced scar tissue restrictions.