Benefits of Dry Needling

  Dry needling is a skilled treatment technique performed by certified physical therapists to treat pain associated with myofascial trigger points as well as scar tissue, bone, tendon and connective tissue pain.     Dry needling gets...

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Tips to Improve Balance and Decrease your Risk of Falling

According to the CDC, in the United States, more than one third of adults aged 65 and older fall each year with 20-30% of those people suffering moderate to severe injuries. As we age, balance deficits and falls may seem “normal” but this...

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Benefits of Pelvic Floor Therapy

Pelvic floor physical therapy involves guided activities to address muscle dysfunction of the pelvic girdle. When these muscles aren’t functioning as they should, it can lead to symptoms that interfere with daily functions. Some of the...

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Warning Signs for Feeding Issues in Young Children

Pediatric feeding disorders (also called avoidant/restrictive food intake disorders) are conditions in which a child avoids eating or limits what or how much he or she will eat.  This leads to problems including weight loss, nutritional...

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What is Aquatic Therapy?

Aquatic Therapy is a specialized form of physical therapy conducted in temperature-controlled pools that we use for our adult and pediatric patients. Individualized treatment plans are designed to improve mobility, balance, strength, and...

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