Patients suffering from a vestibular -inner ear- disorder will experience symptoms such as dizziness or vertigo and problems with balance.
The pelvic floor consists of a series of muscles that form a sling to help support organs located in the pelvic area, such as the bladder and large intestine.
Lymphedema (lymphatic obstruction) occurs when lymph vessels become blocked causing a build-up of lymph fluid. The swelling this causes is usually
ASTYM is a physical therapy treatment that is used to aid the body’s natural healing process in two ways. ASTYM stimulates the growth of healthy soft tissue,
Mulligan Mobilization can be better explained once traditional joint mobilization is understood. The goal of joint mobilization is to loosen the restricted
Spinal manipulation, also known as spinal adjustment, is a therapeutic manipulation of the spine used for treating pain and discomfort in the back or neck.
Laser / Anodyne Type Therapy
Laser/light or Anodyne-type Therapy uses light to diminish and eliminate a variety of symptoms associated with circulation issues.
Myofascial Release is a form of therapy used to treat soft tissue that has become stiff and inflexible due to strain, trauma or injury.
The McKenzie Spine Method focuses on centralizing pain to one spot in the spine where it can more easily be decreased or eliminated.
The shoulder is made up of 2 bones: the humerus and scapula, but has the clavicle in the area assisting as a muscle attachment site and helps with motion.
The knee is one of the strongest and most important joints in the body. The knee joint is vital for individuals to participate in daily activities, such as walking, running, sitting and standing.
The job of a physical therapist is not only to rehabilitate your ACL but, to get you back to your specific activity as quickly and safely as possible
Ankle / Foot
The foot is a very complex structure that is composed of 26 bones that must work together with the ankle joint to maintain strength, stability and motion.
Kinesio Taping is a taping technique in which the tape is strategically applied over the patient’s muscle(s). Unlike traditional sports’ taping, where the tape is