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We use many different types of manual physical therapy techniques to facilitate your recovery and return to normal functioning.  These techniques include but are not limited to joint mobilization, soft tissue mobilization, Maitland mobilization, Mulligan techniques, Paris techniques, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, and proprioceptive neuromuscular re-education.


Our dry needling is based on the premise of integrated dry needling utilizing a holistic approach using monofilament needles to facilitate the body to heal itself.  The needle creates a lesion under the skin which increases the flow of healing chemicals to that area and facilitates healing both locally and systematically.  Integrated dry needling we can be used to treat the following and more.

  • neck, back and shoulder pain

  • arm pain including tennis elbow, carpal tunnel, and golfer’s elbow

  • headaches including migraines and tension-type

  • buttock pain and leg pain including sciatica, hamstring strains, and calf tightness/spasms


IASTM using various different tools to facilitate soft tissue and muscle healing.  This technique allows muscles and other tissues to move and glide more smoothly against each other limiting restriction.  This often will help to reduce pain with mobility. 


Kinesiology tape works—when applied correctly—by lifting the skin from the tissues below it.  We will use kinesiology taping to facilitate pain-free exercise and movement activity to progress through your rehab with less pain and more quickly. 


1 out of every 4 women suffers from Pelvic Floor Dysfunction. It can be uncomfortable and frustrating for patients. Physical Therapy can help reduce and resolve these issues.

• Abdominal and groin pain
• Pain with sitting, cycling, or exercising
• Pubic bone, tailbone, & SI joint pain
• Pain with urination and/or defecation
• Urinary incontinence or frequent urination
• Numbness or pain due to scar adhesions
• Belly pooch from diastasis recti

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