While our team is highly trained in the management of nerves, muscles, bones, and joints, we also specialize in a variety of niches. Trust that when you come to see us, you will receive a perfect cocktail of treatments individualized for your needs.
- Back Pain
- Neck Pain
Many say that back pain is caused due to bad posture or lifting something heavy, but the truth is that the underlying cause is sometimes more hidden than you think. Back pain can be extremely debilitating. Left untreated, they can cause other issues. If you’re looking for relief from back pain, we can help.
Are you suffering from neck pain? You’re not alone. Having a nine to five job often stunts the movement of the neck. Please don’t leave it untreated. Let our experts help. Our customized neck treatment plants alleviate pain and unlock neck flexibility so that you can manage your day-to-day lives better.
Joint dislocations, sprains, strains, bursitis, tennis elbow, bursitis, and fractures can be extremely debilitating not just because of the pain but the way they limit your movement. Our therapists pull out all the stops to ensure that you get relief from pain and be able to move your hands properly again.
A simple ankle sprain sometimes can be impactful enough to debilitate the mobility of your legs. And when old age causes the cartilage to deteriorate in the knees, you can lose your mobility completely. Our experts implement the best techniques to ensure that your mobility is restored and the pain is gone.
Extreme stress often manifests itself as a tension headache. The skin covering the skull feels tight, and you can feel severe pain across your jawline and head. Our therapists know of multiple techniques that will allow you to relax the muscles around the head to relieve the pressure, the stress, and the pain.
ACL Injury (Anterior Cruciate Ligament)
Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury is an extremely common sports injury that destabilizes your knee joints. Thankfully, with surgery and the right rehabilitation program, it can heal independently. If you’re looking for a rehab facility that can provide you with complete therapy to ensure relief from pain and regain mobility, we can help you.
Do ACLs heal on their own?
Yes, they can heal on their own; through good rehabilitation, an ACL injury can be healed on its own. If you are looking for an ACL treatment facility after surgery, we are one of the best.
Meniscus Injury & Repair
A shock absorber or stability piece between pieces of the knee joint can be problematic. The cushion between the knee joint gets torn. The meniscus is C-shaped cartilage residing between the shinbone and femur – acting as a shock absorber as you walk, run, jump, etc. A sudden twist of the knee while bearing weight can cause meniscus injury. While it can heal itself with time, physical therapy becomes necessary to restore mobility. We can help.
Rotator Cuff Repair
Your rotator cuffs are the muscles and tendons in your shoulder. A shoulder injury involving your rotator cuff can leave you almost disabled for months or more; in some cases making it difficult to pick things up or even push open a door.
Sudden movements, twists, or heavy weights can cause them to tear up, stopping you from properly moving your arms. Complete tear needs surgery, while partial tear only needs debridement. However, getting relief from pain and lifting your arms properly will require physical therapy. Fortunately for you, we are always ready to help.
A rotator cuff is a group of tendons and muscles in your shoulder. You get a sprain when you tear the ligament in your joints that holds your bones together to help them move. Strains are a light version of a sprain, where instead of tearing it, you have just stretched it out through overextension of twisting or pulling.
Whether it is an injury you’ve experienced due to sports or an accident, or if it’s something you’ve been experiencing because your age has caught up to you, we can help. Our therapists provide you with the best rehabilitation programs to be relieved from pain while your muscle fibers heal.
Hip impingement occurs when the head of the thigh bone brushes against the cup of the hip – damaging the labrum and causing the hip stiffness. This is where you have defamation of the hip socket itself and when you move it to a certain position the bones kind of make contact. With the right physical therapy post- surgery, you can avoid that from happening.
Labral tears are tears in the joint capsule in the hip or shoulders. A torn Labral doesn’t just cause pain; it decreases the range of your hip’s motion and makes it feels like it has locked. You can prevent that with the help of a good physical therapist at your side. Regular treatment will relieve the pain and restore mobility.