Athletes tend to have different injuries, different activity risks, and different responses to the rehabilitation process than typical individuals. Our therapists are experienced in Sports Rehab and collaborate with athletic trainers and team physicians to get you back to competition.
Pelvic Floor Therapy
Physical therapy can ease a number of women’s health and pelvic floor dysfunctions that occur during any life stage.
Trigger Point Dry Needling
The use of small, very thin sterile needles as treatment for muscle tightness, spasms, or persistent pain. Trigger-point dry needling diminishes hypersensitive nerves and patients commonly report an immediate reduction in pain.
We offer rehabilitation to treat common post-auto accident complaints: neck pain, low back pain, and even concussion symptoms.
If you have TMJ-related pain, noise in the joint or difficulty with jaw movement and have not achieved relief with treatment, you may want to consider a physical therapy evaluation.
Vestibular rehabilitation is a treatment approach used by physical therapists to help people suffering from dizziness or imbalance caused by dysfunction of the vestibular system.