Physical Therapy is more than a hot pack and massage. Physical therapists are movement experts that are trained to evaluate strength deficits, movement restrictions, and soft tissue limitations that may be causing pain and injury. Physical Therapy addresses the whole person to allow for maximum pain free mobility to allow for unrestricted participation in sports, hobbies, and activities of daily life.
Manual Therapy includes several treatments , such as deep tissue massage, soft tissue massage, trigger point release, myofascial release, IASTM, cupping, joint mobilization, and recovery stretching. Manual Therapy can be a useful tool to help decrease pain to allow for improved mobility and return to exercise. This is especially useful during a recent onset of pain, such as waking up with a stiff neck or straining your back doing yardwork. Call sooner than later to reduce your pain before it becomes chronic and debilitating.
Wellness is often a continuation of care after you have addressed your goals for physical therapy. The Wellness Program allows for you to continue working on endurance, strength, mobility, and overall well-being with guidance and instruction in safe exercise progressions. This focuses on prevention and injury avoidance to allow you to continue living an active and healthy lifestyle.
Pregnancy is an exciting time, and it should not limit you from your activities. Know what exercises are safe for you and baby Relieve shooting pain down your leg and lower back pain. Continue working or exercising without pain. Understand a diastasis and how to monitor during pregnancy. Control pubic symphyses dysfunction. Manage round ligament pain. Prepare your body for labor and delivery.
It is very important for moms to take care of themselves after pregnancy. Manage hip, pelvic, or lower back pain. Improve c-section scar mobility and sensitivity. Decrease tailbone pain. Avoid leaking when you sneeze, cough, or lift baby. Learn to manage diastasis recti. Stop neck and back pain from nursing and pumping. Return to running or working out safely.
Dry Needling is a technique that utilizes a thin filiform needle to address myofascial trigger points that often contribute to pain. This technique is a great adjunct to your physical therapy program to reduce painful trigger points, allowing you to get more out of your stretches and strengthening exercises.
Whether you are new to running or a seasoned runner, injuries are often inevitable. A running analysis will determine how improvements can be made in flexibility, strength, cadence, and even footwear to help eliminate reoccurring and chronic injuries.
Learn how to overcome common injuries associated with tennis and golf. These programs are designed to improve strength, mobility, and form specific to golf and tennis.