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Specialty Therapies

A treatment for every goal

Our therapists are highly skilled in various specialty therapies, including individualized manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, and modalities. Together, we’ll get you on a path to wellness.
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Manual Therapy

In manual therapy, a “hands-on” treatment method, a trained physical therapist assists in stretching, joint mobilization, and soft tissue work.

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Arthritis Management

Physical and occupational therapy is a helpful tool for managing joint inflammation, including pain, stiffness, and deformity.

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Concussion Care

Concussions are common among athletes of all ages, and our concussion care program both rehabilitates and reduces common consussion symptoms.

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Dry Needling

Treatment for both acute and chronic pain, dry needling involves inserting a thin filament needle into a “trigger point” or muscle spasm.

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Hand Therapy

Restore normal functioning in the hands, targeting issues from shoulder to hand caused by accident, stroke, trauma, surgery, or disease progression with hand therapy.

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For patients with disorders and dysfunctions of the musculoskeletal system, orthopedic therapy can unlock better movement with less pain.

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Pre/Post Surgical

Create a roadmap for a successful recovery with both pre-and post-surgical surgery rehabilitation and physical therapy.

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Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)

Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) uses a specially designed tool to relieve pain from soft tissue injuries, improve blood flow, and improve healing.

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LSVT – BIG For Parkinson’s

The Lee Silverman Voice Technique is an intensive therapy program delivered by specially trained therapists to enhance speech, movement, and motor function in people with Parkinson’s disease.

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McKenzie Method

Used for more than 30 years, the McKenzie Method® is an internationally recognized process for assessing and treating back, neck, and extremity pain.

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Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

Pelvic floor dysfunction often goes undiagnosed and untreated. Our physical therapists offer a wide range of pelvic floor treatments to correct dysfunction for people of all ages and genders.

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Total Joint Replacement Rehab

Physical therapy can lead to faster recovery after total joint replacement through pre-op and post-op rehabilitation.

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Beyond Birth

Learn about Beyond Birth: A program designed to help you get back to good postpartum health.

Active Release Technique (ART)

Active Release Techniques (ART) are effective; movement-based manual therapy treats soft tissue injuries, including breaking up scar tissue and improving range of motion.

Aquatic Therapy

Put the power of water to work in aquatic therapy, which is especially helpful for conditions that affect the ability to bear weight.

Blood Flow Restriction

Blood flow restriction training uses a specially designed cuff or strap to improve strength and promote healing safely after injury or after surgery.

Orthotics & Splinting

We offer a full line of prescription orthotics and the design and creation of custom splints - all made to support your unique needs.

Speech Therapy

Address communication and swallowing challenges with a treatment plan based on your unique health conditions.

Wound Care

Wound care encompasses debridement techniques, compression wrapping, specialized bandages, modalities, and pressure reduction techniques.

What to expect

Your first physical therapy appointment is about creating a personalized treatment plan based on your health history, diagnosis, and goals. Here’s what you can expect at your first physical therapy appointment:

Your first appointment will last about an hour. Please arrive 15 minutes early.

If applicable, bring your physician referral or prescription, insurance card, paperwork, ID, and co-payment.

At your appointment, we’ll do an initial evaluation and discuss your care plan.

*Services are not available at every location. Visit our Locations page for more details.

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