Spine

Orthopedic

Sports

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We will  reduce your spinal and sciatica pain and weakness and increase your mobility,  including specialized spinal manual therapies from the McKenzie Institute. We  will work to remedy your injury with alternative modalities to prevent surgery,  and, if surgery is required, provide rehabilitative physical therapy pre- and  post-surgery for hips, shoulders, knees, foot/ankle, etc.  We will alleviate arthritis symptoms and injuries. We will help you realize your physical potential whether you’re a weekend golfer, a pro athlete or just want to be able to pick up your grandkids again.  We will heal you after an injury and guide you back to your best performance level.

Healing Spinal Fractures Without Surgery

Healing Spinal Fractures Without SurgeryThe thought of “breaking your back” is pretty scary, but more than 700,000 people a year fracture their spines and do not even realize it. In fact, many of them brush off the symptoms (backaches, loss of flexibility and a tendency to appear “hunched”) as a normal part of aging. [more]

Exercise: Solo, Duo or Group?

Exercise: Solo, Duo or Group?Some people view their workouts as a chance to grab some personal, meditative time, while others think of exercise as a social event. Some find that they adhere better to an exercise routine if they work out with a friend or family member. Does exercising alone or with others make [more]

Rehabilitating a Fractured Radial Head

Rehabilitating a Fractured Radial Head The elbow is a complex joint formed by a trio of bones in your arm: the radius and the ulna in your forearm and the humerus in your upper arm. The part of the radius bone nearest to the elbow, called the radial head, can fracture after an injury from [more]