Services & Treatments
Thoughtfully selected exercises chosen to address specific impairments or flaws in strength, flexibility, range of motion, and balance to help promote healing and restore painfree mobility.
EPAT is a highly effective, non-invasive, regenerative technology for addressing chronic soft tissue and overuse injuries such as Plantar Fasciitis, Tennis Elbow, Golfer’s Elbow, Achilles Tendinitis, Patella Tendinitis, Rotator Cuff Tendinitis and Hip Bursitis. EPAT utilizes high intensity pressure waves to improve your body’s regenerative potential through a cascade of effects at a cellular and tissue level that result in new tissue formation and tissue remodeling, increased blood flow and tissue vascularization, release of critical growth factors for healing and modulation of the inflammatory process. EPAT has minimal risks and side effects. If you have been suffering from chronic soft tissue pain you should consider EPAT before Cortisone injections which have potential degenerative side effects, or surgery which is invasive and carries higher risk and recovery time.
Dry Needling is a technique designed to address painful Trigger Points. Trigger Points are defined as taut, hyper-irritable bands of muscle that cause pain both locally and referred and can limit a muscles strength and flexibility. Trigger Points often form in response to trauma, overuse, muscle imbalances and stress. Dry Needling utilizes a very thin, monofilament needle (think acupuncture needle) that is inserted into the trigger point in order to get the isolated band of muscle to release. This can restore normal blood flow and muscle function which results in a healthier and painfree muscle. Dry Needling is almost always a part of a larger treatment plan and is combined with other techniques to maximize outcomes.
Cold Laser utilizes Red and Infrared Light to promote and support tissue healing through a process called photobiomodulation. When our body absorbs Red and Infrared light, there are effects at a cellular and tissue level that include increased cellular activity/processes, increased blood flow/vascularization, increased collagen production, increased growth factors, and modulation of the inflammatory process. This can result in reduced pain and improved tissue healing.
Therapeutic Ultrasound is a modality that emits low intensity sound waves into targeted tissues. Ultrasound has both thermal and mechanical effects on the tissue that can help promote healing by increasing vasodilation, blood flow, oxygenation, and nutrient supply as well as increasing the rate of production of new collagen fibers.
IASTM is the utilization of specific metal and plastic tools to aid in the mobilization of soft tissues for the purpose of increasing blood flow, improving the quality of tissue movement, relaxing muscles, improving fiber mobility and reducing pain.
A variety of manual techniques designed to increase blood flow, improve the quality of tissue movement, relax muscles, improve fiber mobility, flush out swelling and reduce pain.
A variety of manual techniques designed to improve the quality of joint mobility and improve overall joint range of motion.
A variety of exercises specifically designed to maximize balance