Whether pain is new from a recent injury or it is something you have been dealing with, we can help. We use a variety of treatment methods including manual therapy, posture awareness correcting, exercise, and pain control techniques.
Joint pain and muscle spasms are often quite unbearable. When you don't feel like yourself, you lose motivation to perform daily physical activities. Rather than treating just your symptoms, we look for the source of your pain so you can heal faster. Let one of our highly trained physical therapists create a custom plan for your specific needs.
Shoulder and Back Pain
Upper back pain can occur as a result of trauma, sudden injury, or it can occur through strain, or poor posture over time. It can happen for many reasons, or for some people, no apparent reason at all. We will conduct a thorough evaluation of your entire body to determine why your back and/or shoulders are hurting, and why it cannot heal on its own. Back pain may also be a result of: scoliosis, pregnancy-related stress, sports-related injuries, trauma, motor vehicle accidents or orthopedic injuries. Avoid the stress of missing work, having surgery, or not participating in life and come to us for custom treatment of your pain.
Knee pain can be caused by disease or injury and will need to be evaluated by one of our physical therapists. The prevalence of knee pain has increased over the past 20 years, with osteoarthritis being the most common cause in individuals over the age of 50. Physical therapists are specially trained to treat knee problems and help individuals return to their normal activities without pain or limitation. We provide manual therapy, strength training, pain control techniques and a wide variety of exercises to rehabilitate your injured knee.
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Ankle pain may come in many different forms and can be the result of a variety of different problems. It can also be extremely debilitating and severely limit one’s enjoyment of daily activities. These are a few of the main types of ankle pain: ankle sprain, shin splints, arthritis, and Peroneal Tendonitis. Any ankle pain needs to be throughly examined by one of our highly trained physical therapists. We have the experienced team you need, immediate scheduling and three great locations to get you on the road to recovery in no time.
Dry needling is a technique physical therapists use to treat myofascial pain. The technique uses a “dry” needle, one without medication or injection, inserted through the skin into areas of the muscle, known as trigger points. This procedure allows a physical therapist to target tissues that are not manually palpable. The goal is to release trigger points to relieve pain and improve range of motion.
Massage therapy is a technique that can be used to release muscle tension, improve range of motion, and provide relief from aches and pain. Your massage therapist will apply pressure to your body using his or her own body, or other massage tools to manipulate the soft tissue and improve blood circulation. Aside from releasing tension in your muscles, a massage supports the release of endorphins which aids in the relief of stress. Your massage therapist can specialize your session by targeting specific areas where you may be experiencing high levels of tension such as the neck or back. Massage therapy is recommended for athletes and those suffering from injuries.
Headaches can be caused by a large variety of conditions including eye strain, TMJ, vascular problems, sinus issues and more. Some headaches are caused by musculoskeletal issues including muscle tension and tightness, disc pathology, lack of neck motion, poor posture and even tightness in the back between the shoulder blades. Our trained physical therapists will conduct a through examination to determine the best course of action to relieve you of your pain.