Conditions Treated


You can be treated without a referral from a medical doctor. However, if you plan to utilize your health insurance, a referral may be required for coverage.

Ankle Pain

Finding the cause of the pain is key. The use of a brace, ankle stretching, strengthening and balance training are all components of a successful treatment plan.

Arthritis

A loss of joint mobility and a loss of strength can increase the stress to the joints during daily activities. Treatment may involve gentle exercises to promote ROM, strength, mobility and improved tolerance to activities of daily living.

Back Pain

Most people will have some degree of low back pain at one time or another. Our body movements usually do not cause problems, but it's not surprising that symptoms develop from everyday wear and tear, overuse, or an injury. Back problems and injuries often occur during sports or recreational activities, work injuries, or from home projects.

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (Wrist Pain)

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is commonly caused by overuse of the wrist and hand. Treatment focuses on the reduction of swelling in the wrist area (using a wrist splint at night is helpful) and improving wrist and finger mobility. A neck condition can also refer pain to the wrist.

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Cervical Radiculopathy/Degenerative Disc Disease/ Degenerative Joint Disease/Arthritis

Pain in one arm is a common description of this disorder. As with other neck conditions, a comprehensive assessment of neck and upper back mobility, strength and endurance is performed. Based on the findings of the evaluation, the treatment plan is directed towards the identified dysfunctions.

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Dry Needling

Dry needling is a technique that can be used in the treatment of muscle or myofascial pain. The technique of dry needling first involves assessing the soft tissue or muscles to find a trigger point. A very small, sterile needle is used to pierce the trigger point.

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Foot Pain

The foot needs to have the right amount of strength and mobility to absorb forces, adjust to the terrain, and propel our body. During a comprehensive evaluation, the source of the foot pain will be determined.

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Headaches

Head pain can stem from different sources. Some causes of headaches can be helped from PT intervention. Cervicogenic headaches is one type that responds to PT. Cervicogenic headaches are commonly describes as unilateral (one side of the head), intensified by neck movement and/or positions.

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Hip Pain/Arthritis/Bursitis

During a comprehensive evaluation, the source of the hip pain will be determined. The hip pain could be coming from the hip joint or muscles or it may be referred from the back or knee. Based on the findings of the evaluation, the proper treatment plan will be developed.

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Joint Mobilization/Manipulaton

The use of specific hands on stretching to the joint in a one direction is called joint mobilization/manipulation. The difference between joint mobilization and a stretching exercise is that joint mobilization is specific to the joint. The major difference between mobilization and manipulation is the speed of the technique where manipulation uses a higher speed.

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Knee Pain/Arthritis

During a comprehensive evaluation, the source of the knee pain will be determined. The knee pain could be coming from the back or hip, the knee joint, and/ or the leg muscles. Based on the findings of the evaluation, the proper treatment plan will be developed.

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Leg Pain

Leg pain may be coming from the hip or knee, may be from arthritis, a foot disorder, low back pain, muscle strain. A thorough evaluation is necessary to find the driving force of this pain.

Lower back pain/Degenerative Disc Disease/Degenerative Joint Disease/Arthritis/Bulging Disc/Herniated Disc

A comprehensive evaluation is performed to find the cause of the pain and dysfunction. The evaluation will include assessing the mobility of the mid and lower back, hips and leg muscles. In addition, assessing the strength and endurance of the “core” is important. The “core” includes the abdominal , lower back and hip muscles.

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Neck pain/ Degenerative Disc Disease/ Degenerative Joint Disease/Arthritis

The cause of neck pain can come from different sources. Our treatment approach focuses on finding the source of the pain or dysfunction. The treatment of neck pain should include assessing the neck and upper back. The dysfunction can be related to a lack of mobility in the joint or flexibility of the muscles and/or de-conditioning (decreased strength and endurance) of the neck and upper back region.

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Pre and Post Operative Rehabilitation

We work closely with your surgeon to bring you back to optimal function.

Rotator Cuff Tear

In certain situations surgery can be avoided through conservative rehabilitation. Rehabilitation involves achieving normal shoulder ROM and improving shoulder girdle strength. The shoulder girdle includes the muscle that attach to the shoulder blade, collar bone and arm bone or humerus.

Pain Neuroscience Education

Pain neuroscience education is addressing the inaccurate concept that all pain is bad. Pain is a warning mechanism in our body, however ongoing pain that tells us to stop moving can lead to more pain and dysfunction. The definitions we give to sensations can sometimes be inaccurate. In therapy, we work closely with each person to understand what our body is telling us and utilize graded (gradual and progressive) exercise and exposure to help meet the challenges of ongoing pain and dysfunction.

Sacroiliac Problems

Treatment looks at decreasing the driving forces of the SI problem. Muscle strength and flexibility issues, soft tissue and joint tightness, lower extremity effects, and thoracic and lumbar components all need to be assessed and treated and evaluated.

Sciatica

This is a generalized term for pinched nerve in the low back. It describes a general ache or even intense pain down the back of the thigh possibly all the way to the foot. Treatment is individualized to your low back condition.

Shoulder Pain

Unfortunately, because the shoulder is so flexible, it also tends to be unstable. This instability contributes to a variety of problems, some of which can be treated with rest, and others may require the expertise of a licensed physical therapist.

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Sports Injury

Rehabilitation involved regaining the high level of strength, balance, coordination, ROM, and mobility required for a specific sport. Exercises are customized to simulate sporting activities.

Tennis Elbow

(Lateral Epicondylitis): usually caused by overuse, or a repetitive activity that does not always include playing tennis. Treatment focuses on decreasing the soft tissue irritation, soft tissue mobilization, and exercises to regain the endurance and strength in the forearm. Modalities to decrease pain.

Upper Back Pain

A majority of the rotation in our trunk comes from the thoracic spine. These regions can lose motion and become weak, which lead to problems. In addition, neck or low back pain can occur concurrently because of a mid back problem. Treatment is individualized to your back condition.

Whiplash

Whiplash is a common neck injury usually caused by a car accident. See the Neck Pain section for more information.

Workers' Compensation Injury

We treat a variety of workplace injuries. Treatment is customized to your condition which allows a speedy return of recovery from your injury.