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Physical Therapy

Orthopaedic Physical Therapy

Expert care in orthopaedic physical therapy.  We treat pain in your neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hands, lower back, hips, knees, or ankles.

Post-Surgical Care

Orthopaedic post-surgical physical therapy care. We work in conjunction with your orthopaedic surgeon to help you achieve your desired results.

Strength Training/Barbell Training

We often use barbells to train strength in our clinic because for most people, it’s the ideal tool for the job. We still use traditional physical therapy implements (bands, cables, dumbbells, kettlebells etc.) However, those tools should only be used in situations where barbell training is not the most efficient method of training that specific individual in their current state of injury or rehabilitation. We strongly believe in teaching safe methods of barbell training to help our clients meet their goals.  It is amazing to see how quickly we can get a client stronger when safe and effective methods are used!

Blood Flow Restriction Training

Blood flow restriction (BFR) uses a compressive cuff worn around the arm or leg to reduce blood flow to muscle groups. The effects create increased fatigue, improved exercise efficiency, faster muscluar response/growth, and improved athletic performance. We utilize the best BFR tool on the market and our staff is trained in the safe application of it. 

Dry Needling

Dry needling is a safe and effective treatment for acute or chronic pain.  A sterile fine filament needle inserted into muscular tissue or active trigger points relieves pain and improves function.  In conjunction with a complete physical therapy program, dry needling accelerates results.  

The most common question is, “Does it hurt?”  The answer, “Not usually. And even if it does, not much.” Patients report feeling very little sensation upon insertion of a needle.  Upon completion of treatment, pain is reduced, and function is improved.

TMJ Pain

Often, TMJ pain is a result of muscular tension.  We work independently or in conjunction with your dentist to help provide relief from TMJ pain. Physical therapy techniques for TMJ give great relief!

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