Our cutting-edge treatments can help keep you performing at your peak

These treatments are designed to promote healing and facilitate natural recovery. Whether you are battling an injury, overtired from competition, or in the midst of an arduous training season, we are here to support your body return faster and better than ever.

Dry Needling

Dry needling uses a thin monofilament needle to penetrate the skin and treat underlying musculoskeletal injuries, improve blood flow, restore collagen formation, and decrease pain. Physical therapists that utilize dry needling will always perform a thorough assessment to identify the source of your pain and determine if dry needling is appropriate. Treatment is often supplemented with other manual therapy techniques (massage, stretching, joint mobilization) and corrective exercise to correct for imbalances in strength or motion that are causing your symptoms.

Therapeutic Cupping

Cupping therapy is another form of manual therapy where cups are placed on the skin to create suction. This suction helps improve microcirculation at the site of treatment and increases blood flow to the body. This treatment can assist the body’s ability to combat pain, decrease inflammation, mobilize scar tissue, and promote recovery.

Soft Tissue Mobilization

This is a form of manual therapy using handheld tools to mobilize soft tissue. The therapist mobilizes soft tissue using instruments to improve soft tissue restrictions contributing to your injury. This is considered deep tissue work and a more intense form of soft tissue mobilization.

NormaTec Compression

Compressive therapy uses large pneumatic sleeves on your arms, legs, or hips. The intermittent pneumatic pressure helps improve circulation, support lymphatic drainage, and decrease recovery time.

Cold Compression Therapy

Cold compression therapy utilizes cold compression cuffs on your arms, legs, ankles, shoulders, or hips. This cold compression therapy treatment increases circulation, decreases swelling, and decreases pain.

Theragun Massage

Theragun massage uses a hand-held device to massage small areas of the body. This percussive massage therapy technique can help reduce pain, increase blood flow, break up scar tissue, decrease muscle spasms, and increase circulation.

Assisted Stretching

Using a combination of static and dynamic stretching techniques, our stretching sessions help improve flexibility, increase joint mobility, and decrease recovery time. These sessions are great before or after exercise to help decrease delayed onset muscle soreness.

Blood Flow Restriction Training

Using the principles of ischemic preconditioning, our therapists will use a small cuff on your arms or legs to help make metabolic changes in your body to support your recovery. This technique involves on-off intervals of restricting blood flow to train the body to do more with less, fostering chronic adaptation to stress.

Sports Massage

A Sports Massage is a form of hands-on soft tissue work to treat connective tissue restrictions, eliminate pain, and restore motion. The treatment can vary from gentle, sustained pressure to more intense, local trigger point therapy. It is a great way to get rid of sore muscles after a hard workout or as part of a maintenance program to help you recover faster!

Infrared Sauna

An infrared sauna is a type of sauna that uses light to heat your body. These light waves can decrease inflammation and improve circulation, providing relief from sore joint and muscles. Infrared sauna therapy has also been shown to improve muscle performance, speed muscle recovery after exercise, and promote muscle growth.

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