Whether it is shoulder, elbow, wrist, knee or ankle pain, we can help you get back to living a pain free life. Through the use of manual therapy, functional training and education, the therapist can get you back to your normal range of motion and help you prevent future occurrence of pain or injury. 

Joint Pain

Physical Therapy prior to surgery can help you improve your surgical outcomes and reduce post-operative costs. A study in 2014 was completed on lumbar spine surgical patients. The ones who had 1 visit of pre-surgical physical therapy reported that they had a much more favorable surgical experience and utilized 45% less healthcare post-surgically. 

Pre-Surgical Therapy

Recovery following a surgical procedure is significantly improved with physical therapy. Anything ranging from arthroscopic to more invasive procedures will benefit from treatment including manual therapy, strengthening and flexibility, and overall reconditioning to allow your body to resume normal daily activities. 

Post-Operative Therapy

Through manual therapy, exercise and education, physical therapy can decrease or resolve intensity, frequency and duration, decrease medication use, improve function and motion in the neck and improve your quality of life. 

Headaches

The reason one experiences chronic pain varies widely. With the use of Education, Strength and Flexibility exercise, Manual Therapy or Posture Awareness and body mechanic instruction, we can improve your quality of life significantly. 

Chronic Pain

Back Pain can lead to some big, scary sounding diagnosis. Don't worry, we can help you with diagnosis like Lumbar Radiculopathy, Degenerative Disk Disease, Herniated Disks, Spinal Stenosis and many more. Physical Therapy is a cost-effective treatment for treating back pain, so pick physical therapy as your first treatment option. 

Sciatica & Back Pain

Physical Therapy is a great tool for a wide range of neurological conditions. Cerebral Palsy, developmental disorders, post-stroke, spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injuries can all benefit from physical therapy. While there is no cure for peripheral nephropathy, we can greatly improve your quality of life and symptoms. 

Neurological Conditions

We can provide care to children ages 0-18 for the same conditions and diagnosis that we treat adults for, with the same great care and attention. From orthopedic conditions, resulting from accidents or injury, to neurological conditions, resulting from developmental delays, your child is in great hands with us! 

Pediatrics

TMD can limit the opening of your mouth and chewing, how wide you can open your mouth to talk and can cause a lot of pain. Some causes can be bad posture, jaw clenching, arthritis or lockjaw. With the help of physical therapy, you can learn proper posture and improve jaw movement. We will work hand in hand with a dentist should their expertise also be necessary. 

TMJ/TMD

Many of the issues that contribute to infertility can be traced to scar tissue, facial restrictions and lymphatic congestion in the pelvic region. Manual therapy techniques exist to release facial restrictions, to mobilize tight ligaments, and to drain congestive lymphatics, all of which can be applied to the reproductive system. 

Pregnancy & Infertility 

Balance and Gait Dysfunction can quickly lead to falls. There are a number of reasons why someone's gait and balance could be changing. This could be due to pain, Parkinson's, foot drop or vertigo. Physical Therapy can help with gait training, balance and coordination training and can helping activate muscle groups through neuromuscular reeducation. 

Balance & Gait 
Training

Mobility restrictions in the digestive system, in particular the esophagus, diaphragm, and stomach, are common causes of indigestion and heartburn. Manual therapy techniques can be utilized to release the restrictions allowing for efficient digestive function resulting in reduced or alleviated symptoms.

Indigestion & Heartburn

Don't see your diagnosis or condition listed above? Contact us today to discuss how Physical Therapy can be a great tool for you along your recovery journey.

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