- Our Specialties
- Elbow, Hand & Wrist
- Foot & Ankle
- Hip & Knee
- Neck & Back
- Sports Medicine
- Gymnastics & Dance Medicine
- Work Injuries
- - Joint Mobilization
- - IASTM Technique
- - Massage Therapy
- - Blood Flow Restriction
- - Manual Therapy
- - Occupational Therapy
- - Hand Therapy
- - Dry Needling
- - Kinesio Taping
- - Traction Therapy
- Wellness, Nutrition, and Health Coaching Services
Joint Mobilization is a hands-on technique that our physical and occupational therapists use to improve the range of motion, reduce pain, and minimize stiffness. Joint mobilization manipulate tissues in the body to increase blood circulation and temperature of the tissues, which helps to loosen and stretch the soft tissues. This can also stimulate a relaxation response that causes muscle fibers to relax, decrease tone, and help to restore joint motion.
Whether you are dealing with neck pain, back pain, shoulder or elbow issues, IASTM Technique can help relieve your stiffness and increase your range of motion. It is a form of soft tissue mobilization that involves using special tools to identify and treat areas of scar tissue, myofascial adhesions, and other muscle and joint conditions.
Massage Therapy is one of the most popular natural therapies available and can help relieve stress, tension and pain. It reduces blood pressure, produces feel good neurotransmitters, and improves circulation which in turn helps the heart rate and blood pressure. Massages are great for those who suffer from stress, insomnia and chronic headaches as it lowers stress hormones, encourages relaxation and promotes better sleep.
Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFR) is one of the latest, most cutting-edge and innovative physical therapy techniques that has been shown to be an effective, safe way to help patients get stronger and faster. It can be used by a variety of people, including older adults, athletes and those recovering from injuries.
Manual Therapy is a hands-on technique used to regain movement, activate muscles, and reduce inflammation. It is used by our physical therapists and occupational therapists to treat a wide range of conditions.
Our occupational therapists are trained to help patients develop, recover or maintain the abilities they need for daily tasks. We use a therapeutic approach to everyday activities, such as dressing, cooking and shopping. Our occupational therapists customize treatment plans for each patient to address their physical, social and emotional needs.
Hand Therapy is the rehabilitation of the hand after injury or illness. It merges occupational therapy (OT) and physical therapy (PT), using specialized skills to assess, treat, prevent dysfunction and restore function and/or reverse the progression of disease that affects this vital part of the body.
Dry Needling is a treatment technique that uses a fine needle to stimulate trigger points and muscles that are irritable. It's a very effective treatment for patients who are experiencing chronic pain and muscle tightness in their neck, shoulder, back, or other parts of the body.
Kinesio Taping is a popular treatment modality that is used to treat a variety of injuries. It is a non-bulky and non-restrictive alternative to braces, and it can be applied with different tensions to generate support for different muscles or joints in the body.
Traction Therapy is a manual form of spinal stretching that can help relieve pressure on discs in the spine, relieving back and cervical back pain as well as herniated discs.