Help relieve your pain with our Partnering Physical Therapy services.

We’ve partnered with Thrive Physical Therapy & Fitness to use hands-on, manual therapy to help alleviate your pain. They also offer a variety of other services like Dry Needling, Cold Laser Therapy and Pelvic Floor Therapy

Below are the services we offer for Physical Therapy patients.

PELVIC FLOOR THERAPY

Utilizing manometry and electromyography, all types of pelvic floor problems can be improved, including urinary and fecal incontinence, uterine prolapse, cystocele and rectoceles, and vulvodynia/pain with intercourse.  

COLD LASER THERAPY

Cold Laser therapy is a completely painless process whereby lasers are used to reduce and resolve pain.  It works by decreasing biochemical markers, oxidative stress, edema, and hemorrhage.  It has positive analgesia and anti-inflammatory effects.  This is a scientific evidence-based medicine and works by photo-biomodulation with low-level laser therapy to promote healing.

CERTIFIED MANUAL THERAPY

Our partners at Thrive utilize hands-on techniques designed to mobilize joints, muscle, connective tissue, and nerves to facilitate healing and restore function.  It typically does not involve machinery or heavy equipment and requires an extreme knowledge of location and function of muscles/nerves/connective tissue, etc.  

FITNESS THERAPY

In addition to routine physical therapy for any patient struggling to overcome an injury, Thrive has developed a special protocol to safely treat and train obese patients.  Whether the patient is needing a safe fitness training plan to assist in their personal weight loss endeavors, or requiring core fitness training and cardio-pulmonary strengthening prior to bariatric surgery, our friends at Thrive Physical Therapy and Fitness can individualize a safe and effective exercise plan.    

DRY NEEDLING

This is a highly specialized technique used by Certified Manual Therapists.  It targets myofascial trigger points and areas of chronic inflammation in connective tissues; it reduces central sensitization, local pain, and referred pain. It increases the range of motion and muscle activation patterns, as well as alters the chemical environment in the area to promote healing.  Dry Needling is not the same as acupuncture.  It is a Western Medicine that has been scientifically proven to provide these benefits.

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