MASSAGE THERAPY Massage Therapy can be used in addition to physical and occupational therapy for a variety of diagnoses, including pre-surgical, post-surgical and non-operative management of injuries. Massage therapy relieves chronic pain, muscle tension and strain. Ideal for those suffering from migraine, headaches, neck or back pain, or chronic pain conditions, therapeutic massage can assist with pain management and provide pain relief as an alternative to medication. It can also improve sports performance and facilitate recovery from workouts, competition, and training. Many athletes benefit from massage therapy to assist with workout recovery, and with mild muscle strains and imbalances.
ACUPUNCTURE We offer the most exceptional acupuncture services in eastern medicine, including Traditional Chinese Medicine, Japanese Acupuncture, and Myofascial Trigger Point Release (a.k.a. “Dry Needling”). All three styles of acupuncture treat from the root of the issue, whether it’s musculoskeletal pain or internal imbalances such as insomnia, anxiety, or headaches. This ancient medicine offers relief and results for the modern person living an active lifestyle.
STRETCH THERAPY Experience how athletes train off the field. Specializing in neuromuscular activation and active flexibility, stretch therapy balances your fitness training, whether you are a serious athlete, an ex-athlete, a weekend warrior, or just starting an exercise program. Your session includes manual musculoskeletal techniques and posture alignment training, as well as a progressive at-home program designed for your individual needs. The results are improved movement and increased strength, circulation, and balance.
PHYSICAL THERAPY The benefits of physical therapy are far reaching. It can be used not only to rehabilitate from an injury, but also as a valuable complement to a regular fitness regimen. A physical therapy assessment can determine whether proper alignment is being followed during exercise. It can also identify imbalances and areas of weakness or tightness so that a personal fitness plan can be developed with customized goals for each client. Once established, a physical therapist will work with trainers, yoga instructors, and Pilates instructors to ensure that each client is stretching and strengthening to their full potential. Manual physical therapy also uses techniques like joint mobilization, cupping, and muscle release to assist with healthy muscle and movement patterns throughout the body.
Please speak with the physical therapist regarding pricing. We do not take insurance; however, we will provide you with the proper coding to submit to your insurance provider.