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Conditions //

Below is a list of just some of the conditions that our Physical Therapists are equipped to treat:

  • Neck, Mid-Back and Low Back Pain

  • Spine Degeneration Disorders

  • Spinal (Cervical & Lumbar) Stenosis

  • Cervical and Lumbar Discogenic Pain

  • Headaches

  • TMJ (temporomandibular joint)/jaw pain

  • Vertigo/Dizziness

  • Sacroiliac Joint Pain (SI Pain)

  • Pregnancy Related Back Pain

  • General Orthopedics

  • Rotator Cuff, Elbow, Patellar Tendinitis

  • Sports-Related Injuries

  • Upper Extremity Injuries (Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist, Hand)

  • Car Accident Injuries

  • Total Joint Replacements

  • Pre & Post-Surgical Rehabilitation (Spine and Other Joints)

  • Work-Related Injuries

  • Pediatric Rehabilitation

  • Geriatric Wellness and Fitness Programs

  • Balance and Gait Problems

  • Chronic Pain

  • All Musculoskeletal Injuries and Diseases

We Offer:

Dry Needling

Dry Needling involves needles being carefully inserted into muscles and connective tissues that are causing pain.  Most patients will not feel the needle insertion.  These needles improve circulation and disrupt restricted tissues. Afterwards, some patients feel sore or achy, which is common, and can last as little as 30 minutes or up to 24 hours; but, others will experience improvement immediately.

Manual Therapy

Manual therapy includes stretching, joint mobilizations/manipulations, massage, and myofascial release, which can include rolling, scraping, and others.

Kinesiology Taping

Kinesiology tape is applied to decrease pain as a constant stimulus for up to a week.

Exercise Programs

Our Physical Therapists provide an exercise program to complete under their guidance and at home. The exercise programs can include the following:

-Non-weight bearing exercises can improve fitness levels without overly taxing the lower extremities.

-Weight bearing exercises can improve balance and maintain bone density.

-Joint stabilization exercises can strengthen the muscles surrounding a joint to reduce the strain on the joint and ease its pain.

-Core stability exercises can improve balance and reduce the strain on all joints by providing a strong foundation that reduces instability of the whole body.

-Stretching exercises can improve mobility of joints and reduce stiffness associated with arthritis.

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