WHY WE ARE DIFFERENT
Our mission is to provide an alternative to what has become the norm in physical therapy. Here we provide a calming space where you will receive one-on-one sessions with your specialist where you will be given a substantial amount of bodywork in addition to therapeutic exercises in order to alleviate pain and promote proper movement patterns. Treatment sessions focus on identifying the pain generator, manipulating problem areas, and activating the proper stabilizers. This differs from the typical physical therapy clinics where specialist are juggling multiple patients at once and patients spend most of the sessions performing standardized exercises with aides.
PHYSICAL THERAPY TREATMENTS
- Myofascial release
- Trigger point release
- Soft tissue mobilization
- Joint mobilizations and manipulations
- A form of IASTM is Graston
- Stainless steel tools and stone tools to assist in soft tissue mobilization.
- To improve blood supply and remodel adhered tissues.
- Cups are used to create a suctioning affect without perforating the skin.
- Left on affected areas for 5-20 minutes.
- To increase blood flow, release toxins, and break up soft tissue adhesion’s.
- To promote circulation.
- To provide proprioception.
- To reduce inflammation.
- Also known as the Mulligan Concept.
- To improve the tracking of a joint by mobilizing a joint while the patient moves through a desired motion.
- Used for “stuck” or “misaligned” joints.
- Free weights and body weight resistance exercises.
- Pilates based exercises.
- Yoga and barre based exercise.
- Physioball and BOSU ball exercises.
- Common dance related injuries include: ankle sprains, sacroiliac joint (SIJ) dysfunction, low back instability, achilles tendon rupture, and iliotibial band (ITB) syndrome. Work with a dancer trained specialist in order to return stronger to your form of dance!
- Performance rehabilitation.
- Pointe work
- FREE RETURN TO DANCE ASSESSMENT. to determine if physical therapy can assist in your dance goals.
- Common injuries: ACL tear, ankle sprain, rotator cuff injury, hamstring sprain, and patella femoral syndrome. Work with a sports specialist to properly challenge and rehab you to get back to the sport you love!
- FREE RETURN TO SPORT ASSESSMENT to determine if physical therapy is necessary.
After an orthopedic surgery you will most likely be referred to physical therapy in order to return to your normal physical activities. Working with a specialized physical therapist will ensure that proper rehab is taking place and will decrease rebound time to returning to normal activity.
Pre & Post-Operative Rehabilitation
Balance and Vestibular Dysfunction
Postural & Work-Related Injuries
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Pre and Post-Natal Care
TMJ - Temporomandibular Joint Disorder
Repetitive Strain Injuries