The treatment of disease, injury, or deformity by physical methods such as massage, heat treatment, and exercise rather than by drugs or surgery.
Lumbar stabilization is an active form of exercise used in physical therapy. Designed to strengthen muscles to support the spine and help prevent lower back pain.
Balance training involves doing exercises that strengthen the muscles that help keep you upright, including your legs and core.
Coordination improves your overall fitness and helps you use your strength and mobility better
Is the therapy designed to reinforce your gait skills, considering the condition of your musculature, joints, reflexes, and overall balance/
Joint manipulation is a type of passive movement of a skeletal joint.
This is the basis of your therapy, is a simple concept but, difficult to incorporate in our lives. Once you are aware of this discipline, your therapy will become more effective.
Modalities are treatments that utilize the properties of heat, cold, sound, light or electrical to influence the bodies healing processes.
We deal every day with the pain and we know techniques to reduce it or eliminate it at all!
Neurological rehabilitation can often improve function, reduce symptoms, and improve the well-being of the patient.
Neuromuscular rehabilitation consists of evaluation and treatment of conditions related to the neurological system; brain, nerves, and spinal cord.
Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment, or OMT, is a set of hands-on techniques used by osteopathic physicians to diagnose, treat, and prevent illness or injury.
Physical reconditioning is usually provided as one-on-one fitness training and conditioning program. It is often coupled with exercises for the patient to perform at home.
Vestibular rehabilitation is an exercise-based program, designed by a specialty-trained vestibular physical therapist, to improve balance and reduce problems related to dizziness.
Pre/post Surgery Orthopedic rehab
Pre and post surgery physical therapy not only speeds up your recovery time, it also reduces the risk of re-injury.
Rehab of Sacroiliac Dysfunctions
Physical therapy to rehabilitate the sacroiliac joint typically includes: Stretching to reduce muscle tension and spasms in the lower back, hips, and pelvis, including the piriformis, gluteus maximus, and hamstring muscles.