Sports medicine, also known as sport and exercise medicine, is a branch of medicine that deals with physical fitness and the treatment & prevention of injuries related to sports and exercise.
Our physical therapists design programs to prepare the body and mind before and after surgery.
Chronic/Traumatic Injuries Chronic pain can be described as, mild or excruciating pain that ranges from spontaneous and frequent episodes to continuous and relentless pain to which the duration is over six months. Common sources of chronic pain stem from, joint pain, frequent migraines, injury, and back pain as well as other generalized muscle, nerve and […]
Manual Therapy Manual Therapy is specified as hands-on techniques used to treat muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints that are underperforming or causing pain. Therapists use their hands to manipulate joints back into mobilization, movements and apply specific pressure to improve muscle activation, and stretching of the muscles. Human touch has natural healing effects that can […]
Kinesio Taping Here at PT Plus Physical Therapy one of our unique services that we offer is Kinesio taping Kinesio taping is a rehabilitation technique that promotes natural healing within the body as well as provides support to the muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion. Therapists can target different receptors within […]
Balance/Vestibular Therapy PT Plus Physical Therapy provides therapists who are certified to aid patients with Vestibular rehabilitation. Patients who suffer from Vestibular disorders often experience frequent dizziness, visual disturbance and/or imbalance. These symptoms can diminish quality of life, impact daily activities and overall wellbeing. We aim to alleviate primary and secondary issues caused by vestibular […]
Neurological Physical Therapy At PT Plus Physical Therapy our physical therapists specialize in the evaluation and treatment of individuals who are suffering from disease or injury of the nervous system. This type of disease or injury can affect a patient’s natural movement. We aim to improve or restore mobility in these patients to improve quality […]
Temporomandibular dysfunction – TMD, TMJ TMD stands for Temporomandibular Joint Disorder. This disorder involves the Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ), which is responsible for opening and closing the jaw. This joint consists of the upper temporal bone that is connected to the skull and mandible. Deterioration or malfunction in TMJ may cause pain in and around the […]