Physical Therapy is a clinical approach to helping you regain functional capacity after injury and get back to the life you were meant to live.
Occupational Therapists (OTs) treat a wide range of diagnoses, with a focus on the upper extremities, and work with patients to improve performance of functional activities (e.g, occupations).
Orthopedic Manual Therapy
“Orthopedic Manual Therapy” includes any form of care where a physical therapist provides treatment with his or her hands.
At Prohealth, treatments for the hand and wrist are administered by our Occupational Therapists (OTs) that specialize in Hand Therapy.
Blood flow restriction training promotes strength and endurance by limiting the amount of blood flow supplied to the targeted muscle.
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) is an advanced form of myofascial mobilization — like deep-tissue massage. This technique utilizes specialty hand-held instruments to perform soft tissue procedures to increase circulation, relax tissue, and break up scar and adhesion in muscles and around joints.
Kinesio Taping is a rehabilitative taping technique designed to facilitate the body’s natural healing process while providing support and stability to muscles and joints
Myofascial decompression (MFD), more commonly referred to as Cupping, is a traditional Chinese therapy that has been adapted to the field of Sports Medicine.
At Prohealth & Fitness, our Fall Prevention Program is designed to improve motor function and teach our patients how to move more confidently.
Physical therapy for neurological conditions is different from treating a sprained ankle or other orthopedic injury. Neurological rehabilitation involves injuries, disease, and problems related to the brain and central nervous system.