Using hands-on clinical skills and therapeutic exercises to assess, diagnose and treat symptoms of movement dysfunction.
Performed by a registered massage therapist, is the manipulation of deep layers of muscle and tissue. Through various techniques, it enhances functionality, aids in the healing process and movement of the body, and promotes relaxation and well-being.
A physical treatment used to treat musculoskeletal condition. This is accomplished by tissue massage, mobilization and joint manipulation.
The use of various techniques, such as applied temperatures (hot/cold), laser and ultrasound therapy, to control inflammation and decrease pain.
Uses electric currents to stimulate injured tissues to heal and decrease pain.
With the use of low temperatures in medical therapy, Cryotherapy treats a variety of benign and malignant tissue damage. Cryotherapy decreases cell growth and reproduction, increases cellular survival, decreases inflammation, pain and spasm and promotes the constriction of blood vessels.
This is a safe, non-invasive, non-surgical treatment for patients suffering from any tendon, muscle and joint disorders including plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow, osteoarthritis and more. Shockwave Therapy encourages the healing process by stimulating the body’s metabolism with powerful bursts of sound waves. These sound waves help enhance blood circulation which gradually regenerates and eventually heals damaged tissue.
Stimulates skin receptors and influences the complex interaction between muscle tension, joints, ligaments, and nerves. The elastic K-Tape and special application techniques create space in the damaged tissues helping to decrease pain and stimulate the healing process.
This is a therapeutic modality used to treat acute and chronic pain. It is effective in treating muscular-skeletal injuries, joint pains and soft tissue injuries.
This is an alternative medical practice that uses static magnetic fields of electromagnetic devices to the body to alleviate pain and other health concerns.
This is a non-invasive, therapeutic elongation or traction technique that is used to relieve pressure on pinched nerves and compressed vertebrae and discs in the spinal column.
This is a therapeutic modality used to relieve pain and aid internal healing. The high frequency signals of an IFC penetrates through the skin into deeper lying muscle tissues.
Popularly known as an injection without the needle, is a technique which uses an electric current to deliver anti-inflammatory medications directly into an affected area.
Strengthens the body’s core helping to improve movement while reducing risk of further injury.
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