Before explaining what we offer, we should probably answer an important question: what is physical therapy, anyway?
Put simply, physical therapy is medical treatment that aims to improve or restore mobility. Physical therapists are experts in the components that make bodies move: joints, tendons, muscles, and bones. A physical therapy treatment regimen focuses on identifying why your movement is reduced and treating that specific cause.
PT is often sought for pain management, surgical recovery, and after injuries. It is applicable for athletes, people who enjoy athletics, people with chronic pain, or just about anyone who needs help moving better.
SFMA (Selected Functional Movement Assessment): The overall goal of the SFMA is to identify specific movement limitations, and determine if these movements are due to tightness or weakness. READ MORE
Manual Therapy: Manual Therapy is the skillful, hands-on application of force to the body to improve mobility, to decrease pain, to improve strength and motor control and to reduce soft tissue inflammation. READ MORE
Dry Needling: Dry needling is a technique that uses a small, sterile, solid filament needle to treat trigger points. Trigger points are nodules in a taut band of muscle that cause pain and movement dysfunction. READ MORE