Range of Motion exercises target affected areas and can help restore free and unrestrained movement to your joints and muscles.
Strengthening exercises are designed to take the stress off overworked muscles that tend to be weak and stiff. These exercises can help day to day activities, such as reaching overhead, easier.
These exercises can help you regain balance as well as improve your ability to stand and walk.
A form of decompression therapy. Spinal traction can help relieve pressure off the spine and can be used to treat a number of conditions such as pinched nerves, degenerative disc disease and more.
A form of manual therapy where hands-on technique is used on your muscles, ligaments, joints and fascia with the goal of breaking adhesions and optimizing joint and muscle function.
Myofascial release focuses on reducing pain by easing the tension and tightness located in trigger points. This can help with managing chronic pain in different areas of the body.
Our therapists use certain maneuvers to assist with vertigo and improve quality of life for those who suffer from dizziness.
A series of therapuetic techniques to restore normal function of nerves and muscles that include movement, balance, coordination, decreased kinesthetic sense, and impaired proprioception.
Traditionally used on Athletes to improve function without limiting the range of motion of certain joints. Kinesiotape is applied to the body to assist with blood flow and can help with the prevention/recovery of injuries.