Our individualized, hands-on approach to recovery characterizes our personalized one-to-one approach and is central to our core belief that you are one of a kind and your care should be too.
Physical Therapy can help with the treatment of joints that lack adequate mobility and range of motion in certain conditions. This limitation can cause discomfort and alter posture as well as natural movement. Physical Therapy techniques are skilled hand movements that target the damaged or vulnerable areas as well as skilled passive movements of joints and soft tissue that are intended to improve tissue flexibility; increase comfort, increase range of motion, and modulate pain. Inflammation and discomfort will be reduced.
Typically, Physical Therapy is used to create back pain relief both for patients with chronic back pain involving joint problems, such as sacroiliac joint dysfunction, and acute back pain from soft tissue injuries. Rehabilitation includes a wide variety of common physical therapy techniques and treatments that are intended for injuries sustained by the structures of the musculoskeletal system: bones, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and cartilage.