Manual therapy is a hands-on technique that includes manipulation and mobilization of soft tissue, nerves and joints. It is used by the physical therapist to diagnose and treat structural impairments, pain and inflammation. Benefits of manual therapy include improvement to range of motion, tissue repair, extensibility and function. Patients also tend to see both pain reduction and movement facilitation.
Trigger point dry needling is an invasive, therapeutic treatment procedure that involves a filament needle being inserted into the skin and muscle in an area of the body that typically contains a trigger point. Dry needling is an effective treatment for many orthopedic and sports injuries, including acute and chronic pain.
Blood Flow Restriction
Blood Flow restriction (BFR) training utilizing cutting edge technology to safely and effectively improve muscle strength, muscle hypertrophy, improve muscle activation and the overall healing process. BFR is great for acute and chronic injuries, in conjunction with regenerative medicine such as PRP, overuse injuries and for performance purposes.
Functional Movement and Pilates-based exercise integrates the trunk, pelvis and shoulder girdle and the lower and upper extremities while emphasizing proper breathing and alignment. It allows patients and clients to use their entire kinetic chain while working on specific areas of dysfunction or impairment.
Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. People get it for many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.
Redcord is a suspension system used to challenge and improve the neuromuscular system through use of the NEURAC technique. Using the Redcord system, your physical therapist has the ability to challenge your muscle strength and stability dynamically while integrating coordination of several muscle groups and body systems