The practice of physical therapy is constantly evolving, producing evidence based advancements in the form of new manual techniques and modalities, specially targeted therapies and other technologies. We pride ourselves in staying current with the research and applications, offering you the most advanced service available.
Pre and Post-Surgical Rehab
The technique of dry needling is simple and safe. Thorough evaluation of the the patient’s specific anatomy and orthopedic functioning will determine the target area(s) for dry needling. Patient discomfort is minimal. Most people do not feel the needle going in, but can feel slight cramping or a brief twitch when a trigger point is hit. This is followed by what many refer to as a significant reduction in muscle tension.
Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy
An evaluation and treatment system designed to give you a correct movement and positioning strategy to reduce pain. There is power in movement, especially when you are moving in a manner which encourages your body to heal.
A superficial treatment technique involving tools that go along your skin to reduce scar tissue formation, lessen myofascial restrictions and improve your movement abilities.
Techniques that improve joint mobility, as a limitation in movement may not just be muscle related. Moving your joint in a specific manner and direction can release it and allow it to move more freely.
Soft tissue techniques performed in a specific treatment area designed to release tight muscles and improve circulation to the area.
If you are having tendon (achilles tendinitis, tennis/golfer’s elbow, IT band) or ligament (ankle sprain, knee sprain, etc.) issues/pain, then this treatment is for you. It is one of the most effective therapies utilized for comprehensively treating annoying and chronic pains in your muscles and at your joints.
You will love the freedom this machine gives you. If you normally limp, the G-trainer will take enough pressure off of your muscles and joints to allow you to walk normal again. This ability is important for healing and restoring normal joint and muscle length and strength.