Sports Physical Therapy
We understand the physical and mental demands of elite training and competition and have created a personalized sports physical therapy treatment and recovery program, just for you. Through one-on-one sessions, our board-certified therapists utilize the latest sports science and cutting-edge treatments to treat orthopedic and sports-related injuries. Our end goal is to return athletes to competition, while preventing future injuries and maximizing performance.
Individual Exercise Programming
Our Sports Physical Therapists develop athlete specific programming utilizing a number of high-level therapy techniques including Pilates, TRX, plyometrics, strength and stability training, and self-care techniques, aimed at returning our athletes to a level greater than their pre-injury level.
Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) is a technique used to detect and treat soft tissue dysfunction to increase range of motion, eliminate pain and restore normal tissue function.
A technique using the insertion of fine filament needles into the body to treat both chronic and acute issues including muscle tightness, strains, sprains, swelling reduction, pain modulation, muscle activation and overall recovery for overused tissues.
Muscle Energy Techniques
A manual therapy technique which utilizes a muscle’s own energy to relax the muscle and can be used to increase joint mobility and increased global range of motion limitations.
A variety of skilled hands-on techniques utilized to increase joint and soft tissue movement, reduce pain and swelling, and reduce joint and tissue restrictions ranging from mobilization, manual traction, manipulation, passive range of motion and massage techniques.
Blood Flow Restriction
A technique utilized to create significant strength and hypertrophy gains in a specific muscle group with the use of a personalized and specific pressure to reduce blood flow to an exercising extremity.
A technique using plastic cups to create a negative pressure vacuum to increase blood flow and tissue mobilization to increase range of motion, decrease pain and improve tissue healing.
Pricing: Most insurance plans cover physical therapy.
We recommend contacting your insurance provider to see if a referral is needed.