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  • The treatment of physical dysfunction by the use of manual therapy, modalities (heat, ice, electric), and exercise, intended to restore of facilitate normal pain free function.
  • Acute Injury: Immediate pain indicative of damage to the join, muscle, and/or soft tissue
  • Chronic Injury: Pain typically lasting longer than 2 to 3 months
  • Spinal Mobilization: Thrusting techniques by the therapists hands or equipment to move a joint that is fixed or subluxed. This may or may not elicit a “popping” sensation.
  • Pre-Surgical Rehabilitation: Treatment designed and delivered prior to surgery to improve outcomes following surgery
  • Post-Surgical Rehabilitation: Treatment performed following surgery to decrease pain, restore normal strength and mobility.
  • Sports Injuries: Injuries that occur from immediate injury or overuse.
  • Running Injuries: Pain as a result of running, including overtraining, and biomechanical issues.
  • Work Related Issues: Pain as a result of work activities, including repetitive or prolonged activities, sustained postures or violent accidents that affect a person’s ability to return to work.
  • Auto Accident Injuries: Pain in the joint, muscle, or other soft tissue as a result of an accident or “whiplash” injury.
  • Overuse Injuries: Tendonitis/tendinosis – Acute or Chronic inflammation of a tendon from increased or repetitive stress.