After a lower body alignment and related movement pattern assessment is conducted, a custom orthotic is created through a light-curing process in just minutes and ready to take home for about half the price of traditional orthotics.
Directs mild electrical pulses to problem areas to reduce pain, improve circulation, repair tissue, and improve physical functioning.
Cold and compression system clinically proven to improve pain relief, increase muscle strength and range of motion, while reducing muscle stiffness and pain intensity – naturally and without narcotics.
Form of decompression therapy that relieves pressure on the spine which helps treat herniated discs, sciatica, degenerative disc disease, pinched nerves, and many other back conditions.
FDA approved, advanced therapeutic technology which speeds up healing time and reduces inflammation, swelling and targets damaged tissue. Treatments are safe, painless, and fast.
We heavily utilize hands-on treatment approaches to treat musculoskeletal pain and limitations rather than using a device or machine.
Manual therapy intervention which passively moves a joint in order to improve joint function.
Instruction on correct postural alignment for sitting, lying down, standing, or exercising
Techniques used to assess, stretch, and manage soft tissues in the body, such as muscles, ligaments, tendons, and fascia.
Body movements, resistance training, and weight training which aims to improve and restore physical function.
Improves nerve function, nerve pain, and flexibility
Evaluate and recommend ways to improve the layout of your workplace for better individual health and productivity
We treat conditions related to the pelvic floor.
Did you know?There are certain signs and symptoms that, when accompanying limb weakness, require immediate emergency attention. If you are experiencing any type of muscle weakness accompanied by breathing difficulty or a sudden inability to perform basic tasks, such as chewing, talking, or walking – visit your nearest emergency room. You should also get emergency services if you are suddenly unable to raise your head from a lying down position.
Did you know…that musculoskeletal pain can affect any area of the body? There are muscles, joints, and connective tissues throughout the neck, torso, and extremities. Any injury or degenerative disease can cause chronic discomfort. Some of the most common types of musculoskeletal pain include that of the neck, lower back, upper back, shoulders, knees, hips, elbows, wrists and arms.
Did you know…that the concepts of healing behind prolotherapy date back to the Roman time period? Injured gladiators were treated with hot needles inserted into affected joints. Today’s modern version of prolotherapy began in the 1950’s when a general surgeon began using sugar-water injections to treat damaged joints and hernias. Today, sugar solutions are still the most common type of prolotherapy injection, though modern injections also contain lidocaine to improve patient comfort.
Did you know…that physical therapy is thousands of years old? Although there is no way of knowing exactly when it was first used, scientists do know that both Hippocrates and Hector advocated for its use as early as 460 B.C. But it wasn’t until the late 1800s and early 1900s that formal schools of physiotherapy began to emerge, along with professional societies of physical therapists. By the 1950s, physical therapy began to spread outside of hospital settings and into outpatient centers and doctor’s offices where it continues today.
Did you know?Electrodiagnostic testing can diagnose and help determine the severity of a number of conditions. Examples include nerve damage, peripheral neuropathy and myopathy. Electrodiagnostic testing is also a helpful tool for diagnosing focal neuropathies, such as carpal tunnel syndrome.