We utilize the latest modalities and treatments.
Our therapists will utilize the latest modalities and treatments to restore your function and independence. Your individual therapeutic program will be supervised by our physical therapists and help to increase your strength, endurance and flexibility. Individual goals will be set and your progress will be monitored continually by your physical therapist and your physician.Customer service is the provision of service to customers before, during and after a purchase. Customer service concerns the priority an organization assigns to customer service relative to components such as product innovation and pricing.
What We Do
Physical therapy is a conservative method of medical treatment based an understanding of human anatomy, physiology, medical conditions, surgeries and movement patterns during activities (including sports). Physical therapists use various modalities and treatment techniques to help your body optimize healing, improve strength, and regain mobility. Some of the techniques which may be chosen for you may be:
PELVIC FLOOR DISORDERS/Women's Health
- Assessment and treatment for pelvic floor conditions such as urinary incontinence and pelvic pain. Treatment of pregnancy-related and postnatal conditions including sacroiliac and low back pain. Physical therapy treatment is designed to decrease pain, improve strength, and allow a return to normal activities without pain or the leaking of urine.
- Specific exercises prescribed to train our body to improve health, strength, and movement
- Used to foster recovery from injury or surgery; or to prevent complications or improving functional performance
Integrated Dry Needling:
- The insertion of thin needles into tissue to reduce muscle tension to reduce pain and improve motion
- Used to restore motion, reduce pain and soft tissue tightness
- Passive graded movements of the joint to restore mobility of that joint
- Used to increase/maintain mobility, relieve stiffness and pain
Soft Tissue Mobilization:
- A form of soft tissue manipulation using the hands or specially designed tools, a systemic manipulation of the muscles and connective tissue
- Used to improve circulation, reduce swelling, relieve muscle spasm and tightness, stretch adhesion
- Fascia is the connective tissue that surrounds our joints and internal organs. It can tighten as a result of injury and inflammation
- Performed by the placement of the therapist’s hands on the body with sustained applied pressure to facilitate a release of the restricted tissue
- Removes restrictions that impede movement
- Analysis of the body’s posture with corrective measures to enhance optimal alignment of the musculoskeletal system
- Designed to reduce strain and pain to the affected body parts
- Retraining movement, balance, coordination, posture and position sense
- To restore optimal movement and balance of the musculoskeletal system in order to reduce stress to the system and to prevent re-injury
- Training to optimize independence of mobility with or without the use of an assistive device on all types of surfaces to allow freedom to access the community
Balance/ Coordination Training:
- Activities that include balance specific tasks to improve the body’s ability to maintain equilibrium in different positions and during different activities
- A series of specifically patterned head and trunk movements performed by your therapist
- To treat BPPV, Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, helping move free-floating otoliths to an area in your inner ear which will not cause dizziness
- Medically Oriented Gym
- Personal Training with a Certified Trainer
Treatment, management and protection against sports specific injuries
Pre & Post Surgical Rehabilitation:
Treatment of those conditions that require surgery.
Total joint replacements:
Shoulder, hip, knee, ankle and great toe.
Pre and post surgical retraining
Joint inflammation, pain and stiffness
Degenerative Disc Disease, disc herniation, degenerative joint disorders
Home or work site assessments
Home Exercise Programs
What We Treat
Late Effects of Stroke
Pregnancy and Postnatal-related pain
Related weakness, stiffness, fatigue, pain, brain fog
Muscle retraining, muscle strengthening, soft tissue flexibility and extensibility, balance and proprioception retraining to restore your body to its’ normal functional status.
Physical therapists are educated in anatomy, physiology, kinesiology and disease processes which allows them to educate you on the components of your dysfunction to allow optimal recovery and or management of a chronic condition. Physical therapist’s knowledge base also includes adaptive equipment, the science of ergonomics, work and home safety assessment and environmental modifications to meet the needs of functionally impaired individuals.