Physical therapists are well versed in sports injury rehabilitation and optimizing performance however not all physical therapists have the extensive background in athletics.
Whether competitive or recreational, we have years of experience with enhancing athletic performance by implementing treatment techniques and regimens to heal current injuries and prevent the onset of new ones. We understand what it takes for you to return to doing what you love.
Given the experience with the rehabilitation of a multitude of surgical interventions, we are ready and equipped to facilitate your return to the quality of life you seek.
We utilize an evidence based approach for improved healing and recovery while also reducing the chance of subsequent injury.
Additionally, we are able to coordinate care with physicians, surgeons, athletic trainers, and strength coaches to ensure all bases are covered.
This treatment strategy is used to help reduce pain and expedite return to prior level of function.
We have undergone extensive training and have years of experience with dry needling in order to treat a myriad of neuromuscular conditions.
The results of dry needling can be experienced almost immediately with noted improvements with symptoms, range of motion, and function.
Our physical therapists understand that athletes are not the only cohort of people who experience pain and injuries.
Whether you have neck or back pain from working at your desk all day or jaw pain with mouth movements, we are able to create an individualized treatment plan to help you meet your goals.
Our physical therapists understand that dancers are athletes too. With experience and knowledge of the stresses on a dancers body, we are well versed in creating treatment plans to not only heal ailments but to also decrease chance of reonset.
Having surgery and want to improve your chances of a successful outcome? This option helps you to focus on improving the impairments that will help considerably improve your prognosis post surgically.
Research shows the better you are functioning prior to surgery, the better your outcome will be.