Most back pain can be treated without surgery.
Innovative physical therapy techniques can relieve back pain noninvasively. In most cases, surgery is not necessary; patients improve with therapy. Our therapists use several different types of treatments and techniques that are proven to reduce pain and inflammation to get you back on your feet without the need for continued medications. We are committed to providing you with long-term solutions for pain-free living.
Physical Therapy Interventions
Manual therapy is a specialized form of physical therapy that is delivered with the hands. It focuses on identifying the causes of musculoskeletal pain and disability by placing pressure on muscle tissues and mobilizing joints. Manual therapy can help to increase range of motion, reduce inflammation, improve function, induce relaxation, and provide long lasting relief. Our expert therapists can determine if manual therapy is the right fit for you.
Physical therapists are experts in designing exercise programs to address specific problems with the goal of maximizing function and performance. Therapeutic exercise can help to strengthen muscles and improve flexibility, endurance, coordination, agility and balance. Our skilled team of physical therapists will design an exercise program according to your individual needs.
Orthotics are custom foot supports that are designed to fit your feet more effectively than over the counter arch and heel supports.
Originally designed by NASA, many patients throughout the country have benefited from the unique capabilities of the Anti-Gravity Treadmill.
Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology is a treatment method based on a unique set of pressure waves that stimulate the metabolism, enhance blood circulation, and accelerate the healing process.
Laser Therapy is a safe and effective treatment option that can offer you a non-invasive and drug-free alternative for treating your condition.
Aquatic Therapy uses the resistance of water to rehabilitate patients recovering from injury or those living with a chronic illness. Aquatic therapy provides the benefit of exercise with little to no stress on joints and muscles.