We offer a variety of hands-on techniques to treat musculoskeletal pain and disability.
- Trigger point release (TrP)
- Soft tissue mobilization (STM)
- Myofascial release (MFR)
- Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manual Therapy (IASTM)
- Scar tissue mobilization (Post-operative)
- Strain-Counterstrain Muscle Energy Technique (MET)
- Joint and spine mobilizations Mulligan
- Manual therapy
- Manual cervical traction
- Manual stretching
- Manual Lymphatic Drainage
Therapeutic exercises include an active, active-assisted, and passive approach. Our therapist believes that ‘Movement is medicine’ and the right movement performed at the right time acts as a medicine to restore your functions and be pain-free.
Exercise prescriptions are designed to meet the specific need of a patient after a detailed subjective history and objective physical therapy evaluation. Our therapist provides a tailored exercise program for each of our patients targeting their mobility, strength, endurance, and stability deficits.
What is posture? Posture is defined as “the position or attitude of the body or body parts that require minimum muscle energy to maintain the mechanically efficient function of the joint with musculoskeletal balance.”
Good posture is the body alignment that prevents injury throughout a lifetime. You must be performing tons of activities in your daily life like reaching, squatting, sitting, standing, walking, bending, etc. which requires good posture. Deviation from good posture will lead to injuries and pain. Pretty straightforward, isn’t it?
Our Certified posture therapist will perform static and dynamic posture assessments with respect to the line of gravity and biomechanics. You will be given feed back and educated about the normal posture, providing feedback, and designing therapeutic exercises to correct the muscle imbalance. Your progress for the designed exercises will be grade with a specific NPI grading system The Therapist will also discuss the required changes in your workstation to correct the ergonomics.
Our Rehab team helps the young athletes in our community to heal faster from sports injuries, advice on injury prevention and promote safe return to sports. The Physical Therapist will perform posture, gait and running analysis on the athletes as appropriate.
Running injuries are very common in athletes and our therapist will help you identify the cause(s) of injury which could be training errors, faulty biomechanics linked with running, extrinsic factors like your footwear, and/or musculoskeletal impairments.
We focus the rehabilitation on basic strengthening and conditioning principles:
Type of movement
Speed of movement
Muscles involved in the movement
Increasing workload (Repetitions, weights, sets, order of exercises, rest time)
Progressive overload (Simple to complex exercises)
We provide several sports recovery modalities, one of which includes NormaTec!
Common sports injuries we treat are:
Patello femoral strain
Tennis elbow/Golfers elbow
Hip Flexor strain
Physical therapy modalities are used to relieve pain, decrease swelling, improve circulation, reduce muscle spasm, and deliver medication.
Our modalities include:
- Interferential Therapy (IFT)
- Russian Current
- Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES)
- Moist heat (hydro collator)
- Ice packs
- Transcutaneous Nerve Stimulation (TENS)
- NormaTec sports recovery system
Our rehabilitation for the senior community focuses on fall prevention and understanding unique needs of older adults to promote healthy and independent living for them. Our Physical Therapist is LSVT-BIG certified which is an evidence based, intensive treatment program for people with Parkinson disease with application to other neurological conditions.
Common conditions we treat are:
- Joint replacement
- Physical Deconditioning (Weakness)
- Gait Abnormality (Difficulty walking)
- Balance and Coordination
Medical Massage and Assisted Stretching