ULTRASOUND

Musculoskeletal conditions,such as muscle strainsand tendonitis, can be treated with ultrasound by a physical therapist. Find Out More>

ELECTRO-STIMULATION

Used in a variety of conditions to reduce pain and inflammation,promote tissue healing, stimulate or promote nerve and or muscle function,or muscular re-education. Find Out More >

DYNAMIC CUPPING THERAPY

Cupping therapy is an ancient form of Eastern medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. Find Our More >

MYOFASCIAL RELEASE TECHNIQUES

The goal of myofascial release techniques is to stretch and loosen the fascia so that it and the connected structures can move more freely. Find Out More >

MANUAL JOINT MOBILIZATION

This type of therapy involves particular passive movement of joints performed by a physical therapist to decrease pain. Find Out More >

LASER PAIN MANAGEMENT

Class 4 Laser (cold laser) therapy is used by physical therapists to help accelerate the healing process at an injured site. Find Out More >

TRIGGER POINT THERAPY

Designed to aid in the treatment of pain or injuries, orthopedic massage offers a conceptual approach to the management of soft tissue spasm and dysfunctions. Find Out More >

THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE PROGRAM

Exercise is a very common and non-invasive method of treatment used in a physical therapy setting. Exercise can help to improve a patient’s strength, flexibility and range of motion. Find Out More >

CHIROPRACTIC

Chiropractic plays a large role in the treatment of low back pain and or low back-related leg pain commonly known as sciatica. Vertebral misalignments, which can place abnormal pressure… Find Out More >

SPINAL DECOMPRESSION

Patients with fused low backs or who have metal screws or plates in their spines should not have Spinal Decompression Therapy. Extreme… Find Out More >

Vertical Spinal Decompression

Vertical Decompression is an excellent complement to the standard Spinal decompression which is done in the lying down position…
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