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WELLNESS/FITNESS VISITS

One of the more popular therapy visits that previous clients have enjoyed. Did you know that you do not have to have an injury to see a physical therapist? A wellness/fitness visit, is our service for those who do not have an actual injury, but want to improve there overall physical health and general mobility.

 

Designated for the weekend warrior that might have some residual aches and pains but without a definitive injury or impairment. The recipe is the same - in that we will evaluate patient's general movement pattern and create a plan to help reach desired goals.

virtual visits

Online physical therapy—also known as virtual PT— is an effective way to continue treatment when an in-person visit to a clinic isn't possible. Learn more about an online physical therapy and wellness treatment that provides you with high-level PT services in the comfort, convenience, and safety of your home.

 

Therapist will send bi-weekly exercise plans through text and demonstrate exercises through visual cues to assure that you're doing desired movements.

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Cupping

Made popular by Olympians - cupping is an alternative manual therapy technique that will aid in the recovery of athletes and general population.

Meant to relieve trigger point and decrease knots throughout the body. Used as an MSK related treatment.

IASTYM

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization

An alternative manual therapy technique to aid in general soreness and trigger points found in patients. Will aid in relaxing musculature as an accessory treatment method.

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Dry Needling

Dry Needling

Dry needling gets its name from the needles that are inserted into the body during a PT session. They are referred to as "dry" because they do not deliver medicine or anything else into the body. Instead, the needles themselves are the treatment.


This is not the same as acupuncture, which also uses dry needles. Acupuncture needles are placed according to ancient patterns with the goal of balancing Qi, or life energy. In physical therapy, dry needles are inserted directly into tight muscles, therefore aiming to relieve pain in a more direct manner. 

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