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Dry needling is a physical intervention to stimulate trigger points. It’s used as a diagnostic tool and to treat neuromuscular pain and functional movement deficits. The approach is based on Western anatomical and neurophysiological principles.
Dry Needling Consent Form
Our team may provide exercises tailored to your individual case. These exercises help improve stabilization, strengthening, and functional movement use to re-establish normal muscle activation patterns and loading responses for return to activity.
Manual Therapy is a hands-on technique that encompasses soft tissue and joint mobilization, muscle energy techniques, and thrust techniques used to restore joint mechanics, improve range of motion, and relieve pain.
Find out more out more about the Manual Therapy Certification (MTC).
Custom shoe inserts are fabricated and molded to fit each patient's specific needs. They help control alignment, improve foot function, and treat or prevent injuries with daily activities, including walking, running, and sports.
Functional Movement Screen
A research-based and standardized system used to score specific movement patterns, identify individuals at risk for injury, and communicate with coaches to help athletes reach their full potential.
Many individuals with TMJ dysfunction experience pain with chewing and yawning or have problems clenching their teeth. A physical therapist can evaluate and treat your symptoms and identify the source of the pain.
Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy
Vestibular dysfunction/hypofunction is characterized as conditions which cause dizziness, disequilibrium, imbalance, and vertigo. VRT is a systematic progression of exercise protocols designed to improve or restore coordination of head and eye movement and balance and equilibrium function
Concussion is characterized as any structural or metabolic disturbance to the central nervous system or inner ear following an impact or head trauma. It is also known as mild traumatic brain injury (m-TBI). We perform pre-concussion baseline testing and concussion screening following head trauma as well as patient education to safely navigate return to daily activities, reducing the risk for SIS.
Tom Duffey, DPT, CRT.DN
Caroline Schlais, PT, DPT, OCS
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