Total Recovery
Physical Therapy

Treatment

What To Expect

During your initial visit, a full Physical Therapy evaluation is performed. We start with an interview to gather your medical and injury history. Following the subjective intake, an analysis of your movement will be performed where we will assess your range of motion, strength, flexibility, motor control, etc. Once all of the test and measures are examined and analyzed, we will provide you with our diagnosis, explaining the pathology and the root cause of the issue. Thereafter, we will create a personalized recovery plan for your diagnosis, which will include the frequency, duration and types of treatments. We take pride in educating our patients so they can facilitate and maximize the healing process right away.

During subsequent visits, patients will receive one-on-one, hands-on care treatment. On-going assessments will be performed to determine if any modifications are needed to your plan of care.

Treatment Programs

Balance Training

Balance Training

Safety education and performing exercises that improve strength, balance and fitness are the most important activities that adults can do to stay active and reduce their chance of falling.

Core Stabilization

Core Stabilization

A series of exercises that focuses on strengthening the musculature around the spine/ trunk to provide a stable foundation for movement and function. Most patients with pain in the back... and other regions will benefit from this program. [Read More]

Dry Needling

Dry Needling

Safe and effective treatment that involves a very thin sterile needle that’s pushed through the skin to treat muscular tension and spasms. The reason it's referred to as “Dry” is because... there is no solution injected during the procedure. Dry needling may release the tight muscle bands associated with trigger points and lead to decreased pain and improved function. [Read More]

Ergonomic Assessment

Ergonomic Assessment

Also known as the workstation assessment; the goal is to minimize the risk of injury and alleviate symptoms by providing patient education, postural assessment and... adjusting environmental factors at the work place. [Read More]

Injury Prevention

Injury Prevention

The very core of what we do is prevention of injuries driven through education and training. This can be applied to work related tasks, daily function and sports.

Kinesiotaping

Kinesiotaping (RockTape)

Kinesiotaping is a technique using elastic tape which helps reduce pain, reduce swelling, normalize muscle tone and assist with normal function and movement.

Manual Therapy

Manual Therapy

One–on-one treatment approach using various hand techniques for soft tissue and joint manipulation, to decrease pain and restore mobility and function.

McKenzie Method

McKenzie Method

Commonly used to treat lower back or neck pain, emphasizing on specific spine positions to reduce or eliminate pain in the extremities and locally near the spine.

Mobility Enhancement

Mobility Enhancement

Elimination of pain, prevent injury and maximize performance in daily practice or athletics. Every individual should have normal movement/mobility... in their tissues and joints to be able to perform daily functional tasks without pain or limitations. [Read More]

Myofascial Release

Myofascial Release

A hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the myofascial connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion.

Postural Assessment

Postural Assessment

The main reason we look at posture is to acquire information and establish a baseline. The assessment procedure includes looking at the... position of the head, extremities and trunk/spine to determine proper alignment and symmetry. [Read More]

Strength and Conditioning

Strength & Conditioning

Specific exercises to improve an individuals performance in daily function or sports.