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Rehabilitation Services

Therapeutic Ultrasounds – most commonly used to treat musculoskeletal injuries, it consists of inaudible high-frequency mechanical vibration and heat, administered via a piezoelectric crystals in the ultrasound transducer. Ultrasound penetrates deeper tissue and tendons to help improve muscle lesions/adhesions or what one may refer to as a “knot,” and to improve inflammation.

Therapeutic Muscle Stimulation – A device that sends electrical impulses into the muscles and/or nerves to help repair tissue and improve pain. It has also been shown to improve function and assist in blood flow.

Mechanical Traction - is a therapeutic method used to relieve pain by stretching and separating the vertebrae to help to relieve direct nerve pressure and stress on the vertebral discs.

Manual Therapy – Physical, hands-on techniques done to help improve pain, range of motion, mobilize soft tissue and joints, reducing swelling and restriction. This technique is done by a qualified healthcare provider.

Therapeutic Stretching – Focuses on the lengthening of muscles to reduce and improve muscle tension. There are 3 types of stretches referred to as static, dynamic, and pre-contraction, with static stretching being the most common. These are often done passively (someone assisting) or actively (doing on your own).

Therapeutic Exercise – Movements applied to correct impairments, restore muscle/skeletal function. Exercise can improve pain, stretch, and overall physical function.

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