LSVT BIG – Parkinson’s Disease – empowers patients with Parkinson’s Disease to stay active and stay moving by retaining their ability to walk with larger more normalized motions while reducing the risk of falling.
Vestibular Rehabilitation – evaluating clients suffering from dizziness or balance deficits and performing techniques and/or design an exercise regimen to assist these individuals.
Trigger Point Dry Needling – a technique using fine monofilament needles to specifically stimulate areas of tight, taught, or painful muscle commonly referred to as trigger points.
Women’s Health – a specialty that allows more specific treatment for many different diagnoses, specifically related to the female anatomy.
Aquatic Therapy – supervised exercises with one of our Physical Therapists. Swimming is not required as most exercises will be performed while standing in the water using flotation devices or holding onto the side of the pool.
Hand Therapy – treatment of shoulder, elbow and hand injuries by specially trained therapists.
Active Release Technique (ART) – soft tissue system/movement based massage technique used to treat soft tissue injuries muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves.
Graston Technique – instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization enables clinicians to effectively break down scar tissue and fascial restrictions.
Occupational Therapy – helps patients regain the ability to perform daily functional activities and prior life roles resulting from injury or illness.
Lymphedema – is swelling that most commonly presents in the arms or legs.