Conditions / Problems Treated
The treatment of physical dysfunction or injury by the use of therapeutic exercise, manual therapy and the application of modalities, intended to restore or facilitate normal function or development.
Acute Injury or Pain
Immediate pain indicative of damage to the joint, muscles and/or soft tissue.
Chronic Injury and Pain
Pain in the joint, muscles or soft tissue lasting beyond the expected recovery time, typically greater than 2-3 months.
Pre Surgical Rehabilitation
Treatment program designed and performed prior to surgery to prepare the affected area and improve the outcome of the surgery.
Post Surgical Rehabilitation
Treatment performed following surgery to help restore full mobility and strength for return to full prior activity level.
Musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction limiting one’s ability to perform or participate in their sport.
Musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction that has occurred as a result of running, including overtraining and biomechanical issues.
Work Related Injuries
Pain and dysfunction that is a result of work activities, including repetitive or prolonged activities or sustained postures, and can affect a person’s ability to perform work tasks.
Auto Accident Injuries
Pain in the joint, muscles or soft tissue as a result of a motor vehicle accident.
Comprehensive evaluation of postural alignment.
Overuse Injuries (tendonitis/tendonosis)
Acute or chronic inflammation of a tendon resulting from increased or repetitive stress.
Pain and dysfunction of the tempormandibular joint affecting ones’ ability to open /close the mouth as with chewing and eating, contributing to headaches.
A surgical procedure performed to replace a completely torn anterior cruciate ligament of the knee.
Patellofemoral Syndrome/Knee pain
Anterior knee pain that is a result of poor tracking of the patella (knee cap); pain is associated with prolonged sitting and descending stairs.
Inflammation and pain of the think tissue at the bottom of the foot; most common symptom is pain with initial few steps in the morning.
Total Joint Replacements
Surgical procedure performed on degenerative joint to help alleviate pain and improve function, commonly seen in the knee, hip and shoulder.
Pain in the joint, muscles or soft tissue of the shoulder affecting one’s ability to perform daily functional movements. This includes disorders of the rotator cuff.