SERVICES WE OFFER
Hands on treatment including massage, joint mobilization/manipulation, manual traction, and lymphedema drainage.
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) is a form of manual therapy that uses metal or plastic tools to gently move and scrape across the skin to reduce pain and inflammation to facilitate the healing process.
Kinesiotaping is a specialized taping method used to reduce swelling, relieve pain, support joints, and facilitate healing of scar tissue.
Dry needling uses insertion of a sterile acupuncture needle through the skin, into the underlying tendons, ligaments, or muscles in order to relieve pain, decrease muscle tension, and improve mobility.
Our therapists are experts in prescribing the right exercises to target their patients' deficits, increase strength, promote flexibility, and restore movement.
Electrical stimulation uses electrodes to reduce pain, improve range of motion, provide neuromuscular re-education, and improve muscle coordination.
Our therapists specialize in balance restoration to reduce fall risk and improve stability with walking.
Custom splint fabrication is used to support joints in appropriate positioning to facilitate healing and reduce tendon wear and tear to reduce overall pain and improve function and mobility.
At Movement Physical & Occupational Therapy, we focus on educating patients, identifying high risk movement patterns, and correcting training techniques in order to reduce injury risk and maximize performance.
Vestibular rehabilitation focuses on treatment of the inner ear to eliminate vertigo, reduce dizziness, and improve motion sensitivity and quality of life.
Lymphedema therapy utilizes techniques including manual lymph drainage, compression therapy, and light exercise to reduce and maintain swelling of the limbs.
Movement therapists strive to educate all patients regarding postural awareness, body mechanics, pain management, and implementation of a home exercise program to maintain gains and promote a healthy lifestyle.