Shoulder, neck, back, hip, knee, elbow, wrist and ankle
Rotator cuff strain/tendonitis/tear, impingement, frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis), biceps tendonitis and rupture, labral tear, AC joint sprains, arthritis
Neck, thoracic, lumbar sprain/strain, sacroiliac dysfunction, disc bulge or herniation, radiculopathy, sciatica, arthritis
IT band syndrome, patellofemoral syndrome (runner's knee), ligament injuries (ACL, PCL, MCL, LCL), meniscus tear, patellar tendonitis and arthritis, hamstring and quad strains/tears
Lower back pain, pelvic stabilization, sciatica, diastasis recti
Ankle sprains, plantar fasciitis, achilles tendonitis, posterior tibial tendonitis, fractures, heel spurs, shin splints (medial tibial stress syndrome)
Labral tears, bursitis, gluteal strains and tears, CAM and PINCER impingement, arthritis
Carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow or golfer's elbow (tendonitis), wrist sprains, arthritis
Neuromuscular re-education, strengthening, agility and plyometric exercises, sport-specific exercises and return to sport integration
Work related injuries and pain, postural re-education, posture specific exercises, ergonomic recommendations
Running analysis, running re-training techniques, running specific exercises, return to run programs, stress incontinence, programming/training education
Treatment of the muscles around the temporomandibular joint, joint mobilizations, disc/motor control exercises, headache management, postural correction, strategies to improve mechanics and decrease load of the joint.
Treatment of symptoms related to vestibular (inner ear/balance) disorders. Symptoms may include dizziness, imbalance, gaze instability, falls and nausea. Treatment may include Epley maneuver, balance training, habituation and gaze stabilization exercises.
Tension, cluster and migraine headaches, treatment may include joint mobilizations, occipital release, soft tissue mobilization, postural education and therapeutic exercises.
We will gather the objective data that we need during this 60 minute comprehensive evaluation so we can properly assess range of motion, strength, flexibility, pain, stability, joint mobility and balance. We will then provide education on the diagnosis, prognosis and plan of care along with a home exercise program.
Telehealth sessions include an evaluation or treatment, assessment of movement patterns, postural and body mechanics modifications, self-mobilizations and implementation of a home exercise program. We also provide demonstrations and guide you through performance of therapeutic exercises/neuromuscular reeducation/self-mobilizations using verbal cues to improve form and target appropriate muscle groups. We can connect via computer, smart phone or tablet using Zoom, FaceTime, Skype, Google Hangouts
Treatments will be one-on-one for 60 minutes and will include manual treatment to improve joint mobility, decrease muscle tension and pain. Therapeutic exercise will be tailored toward your specific condition and a home exercise program will be issued to improve strength, stability, balance and flexibility. Treatments will also be sport specific if returning back to sport.
A procedure performed by a skilled physical therapist that has been myopain trained in Dry Needling. Dry Needling uses a thin monofilament needle that penetrates the skin and treats underlying muscular trigger points for the management of neuromusculoskeletal pain and movement impairments.
This 10-15 minute session includes a history of your condition, musculoskeletal exam to help identify the cause of your pain and advice on what steps should be taken next to address your injury. Schedule yours today at email@example.com.
Provide companies postural and ergonomic lecture/exercise demonstration to employees including easy to follow handouts on workplace tips and an exercise program for the desk.
A gait analysis is a method for identifying biomechanical abnormalities in the gait cycle for running or walking. A therapist video records and analyzes the gait from different angles. The therapist will provide a detailed report with pictures on the biomechanic abnormalities.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 312-643-1555