Programs & Treatments
We use specialized equipment to measure the performance of different muscle groups and deliver quantifiable data to clinicians and trainers in order for them to custom tailor an effective treatment protocol to help you make the improvements that you need. We measure all peripheral joints and muscles to assess where work needs to be done. This modality can be used in the treatment of rotator cuff impingement, tennis elbow, ankle sprains and many other health issues.
A soft tissue and movement based technique used to treat muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, and nerves for issues such as headaches, back pain, carpal tunnel, shin splints, muscle weakness, burning sensations, numbness, aching, tingling and many other conditions. ART focuses on relieving tissues tension via the removal of fibrosis/adhesions which can develop overtime due to repetitive use or overload.
Pre or post-surgery physical therapy for limb loss patients focusing on musculoskeletal health and prosthetic integration. STAR will assist you in adjusting to life after surgery and provide you the rehabilitation necessary to maximize your potential.
IASTM is a non-invasive treatment technique designed to restore movement and reduce pain by treating the source of the symptoms. IASTM is used to treat thickened soft tissue, scar tissue and degeneration as a result of overuse, trauma, or surgery.
Manual therapy is a specialized physical therapy treatment that involves hands-on techniques to evaluate and treat joint and soft tissue dysfunction. Manual therapy techniques may include mobilization, manipulation, and massage of the affected area to improve joint mobility, reduce pain, and improve function. Our therapists have undergone extensive training and certification in manual therapy techniques. This training includes study of anatomy, biomechanics, and neurophysiology. Manual therapy may be used to treat a range of musculoskeletal conditions, including back pain, neck pain, and joint pain. It is often used in conjunction with other physical therapy techniques, to help individuals recover from injuries and improve their overall function.
A highly effective instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, proven to improve conditions treated with this method. IASTM works by mobilizing soft tissue and breaking down scar tissue and is effective at treating issues such as carpal tunnel syndrome, neck pain, back and injury pain, plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow (epicondylitis), fibromyalgia, and tendonitis.
We use specialized equipment to measure the performance of different muscle groups and deliver quantifiable data to clinicians and trainers in order for them to custom tailor an effective treatment protocol to help you make the improvements that you need. We measure peripheral joints and muscles to assess where work needs to be done.
A specialized physical therapy assessment that diagnoses musculoskeletal ailments. It assesses symptoms and movements to identify the underlying cause of the ailment and develops a tailored treatment plan. Patients are empowered with exercises and techniques to manage symptoms on their own, focusing on proper posture and body mechanics. It is widely used for back pain, neck pain, sciatica, numbness and other conditions.
Our skilled therapists provide physical and occupational therapy to infants, children, and adolescents with a variety of conditions, including Down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, developmental delays, sports injuries, genetic disorders, and other conditions that affect their physical function. The goal is to help children achieve their maximum physical potential and promote overall health and well-being.
Pediatric physical and occupational therapy may involve therapeutic exercises, activities, and games to build strength, endurance, coordination, and balance. Therapists may also use manual therapy techniques like massage or stretching, along with assistive devices, to enhance mobility and independence.
Rehabilitation plan and treatment for vestibular dysfunction and vestibular system disorders resulting in chronic dizziness, vertigo, nausea, impaired postural syndrome, motion sensitivity, etc.
Dry needling is a technique that is used to treat musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. It involves the insertion of thin, solid needles into the skin and muscle tissue without the injection of any medication or fluid. The needles are typically similar to those used in acupuncture, but the techniques and theories behind the two practices are vastly different. The goal of dry needling is to release tension and tightness in muscles and fascia, which can cause pain and limit range of motion. The needles are inserted into trigger points, which are areas of tightness and sensitivity in muscles. By inserting the needles into these trigger points, the practitioner can help to stimulate a healing response in the body and promote the release of tension.
The goal of workman's comp therapy is to help injured workers regain their strength, mobility, and independence, so they can return to work as soon as possible. Our capable therapists will work with you to develop a plan and help you improve your function to return to work safely. Workman's comp therapy is typically covered by the worker's compensation insurance, so there is typically no out-of-pocket expense for the injured worker. If you have been injured on the job and require physical therapy, be sure to speak with your employer or workman's comp insurance provider to learn more about your options.
Our therapists can help you or your loved one recover from back pain or conditions. The therapy focuses on reducing pain, improving function, and increasing mobility in the affected area. The back pain therapy program includes a combination of exercises and treatments specifically tailored to the needs of the patient. These may include stretching exercises to improve flexibility, strengthening exercises to improve stability and support, and manual therapy techniques. In addition to traditional physical therapy techniques, back injury therapy may also involve the use of highly specialized equipment to assist the patient in reaching their recovery goals. The therapist(s) will also work with you or your loved one to develop a plan for ongoing care and management of the condition. This may include lifestyle modifications, such as changes to diet and exercise habits, as well as strategies for preventing further injury or exacerbation of symptoms. Back pain therapy may be recommended for a range of back pain conditions, including herniated discs, spinal stenosis, scoliosis or degenerative disc disease. It is important to speak with your healthcare provider about your treatment options if you are experiencing pain or other symptoms related to a back pain. A physical therapist can help you develop a personalized plan for recovery and rehabilitation that takes into account your individual needs and goals.
Spinal cord rehab is a specialized form of rehabilitation designed to help individuals recover from injuries or conditions affecting the spinal cord. The goal of spinal cord injury rehab is to help individuals regain function, improve independence, and maximize their quality of life. The spinal cord injury rehab program typically includes a range of therapies, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy. The therapies are tailored to the specific needs of the individual, taking into account the location and severity of the injury.
Physical therapy may involve exercises to improve strength, flexibility, and balance. It may also involve gait training or the use of specialized equipment, such as braces or prosthetics, to help individuals regain mobility.
Occupational therapy focuses on helping individuals develop the skills and strategies necessary to perform activities of daily living, such as dressing, grooming, and feeding themselves. This may involve adaptations to the individual's environment or the use of assistive devices.
Speech therapy may be necessary if the spinal cord injury affects the individual's ability to communicate effectively. The therapist may work with the individual to improve speech production or to develop alternative forms of communication, such as augmentative and alternative communication devices.
Occupational Therapy (OT)
Our highly trained Occupational Therapy providers can help you to regain your independence and equip you with the tools and techniques to help you reach your potential while improving overall quality of life.
Occupational therapists will most often work with individuals who exhibit:
- Upper Extremity Orthopedic Conditions (Pre & Post Operative Injuries)
- Neurological Conditions (Total Brain Injuries (TBI), Stroke, Spinal Cord Injuries, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, Cerebral Palsy)
- Pediatric Conditions (Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Sensory processing disorders)
The goal of occupational therapy is to empower a patient with the ability to have agency over their own life. By helping a patient learn or relearn how to perform the tasks associated with living, occupational therapists restore patient independence and otherwise enhance the quality of life.
Exactly what this looks like will vary according to the goals of the patient and the specialty of the occupational therapist. For example, an occupational therapist might help a patient:
- Develop fine motor skills that allow them to handle and manipulate items such as a pen, eating utensil, key, or other tool
- Improve hand-eye coordination necessary for interacting with the world around them
- Learn basic tasks such as eating, bathing, getting dressed, going to the bathroom, etc.
- Regulate and manage emotions, which is particularly important for children and individuals with behavioral disorders
- Occupational therapy is a healthcare profession that aims to help people of all ages achieve independence in their daily activities or “occupations.” These activities may include self-care tasks, work or school-related tasks, leisure activities, and more.
- Occupational therapists work with individuals who have physical, cognitive, emotional, or developmental disabilities or impairments, and help them develop or recover skills needed for daily living. They also help individuals adapt to their environment, modify their daily routine, and use assistive devices to facilitate their performance of daily activities.
- Occupational therapy interventions may include therapeutic exercises, training in self-care skills, ergonomic modifications to work or home environments, cognitive training, and more. The ultimate goal of occupational therapy is to promote individuals’ overall health and well-being, and enable them to participate fully in daily activities that are meaningful to them.