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General Orthopedics

Work and Motor Vehicle Related Injuries

Red Cord – The Clinical Solution

Redcord is a suspension exercise and neuromuscular re-education system developed, researched and utilized by Physical Therapists for over 20 years as “The Common Thread” between injury, health and optimal fitness.

Suspension Exercises to enhance neuromuscular function

  • Demands total body awareness, stability and core control

Bungee Cords to off-weight and assist

  • Facilitates pain-free exercise
  • Corrects dysfunctional movement

Works for Every Body

  • Appropriate for all ages and ability levels
Headaches and Pain Management

TMJ Dysfunction – Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction
Your Temporomandibular joint is one of the most frequently used joints in your body. It is used in talking, eating, yawning and chewing. Pain, popping or clicking while doing these activities may suggest you are suffering from temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction.

Possible Symptoms:

  • Head or Ear Pain
  • Ringing in the Ears
  • Frequent Headaches and/or Neck Pain
  • Sore or Stiff Jaw Muscles
  • Facial Pain

Many physical therapy techniques and modalities have been proven to effectively treat this condition. Since every case is different, treatment will be tailored to your specific symptoms. In addition, your Physical Therapist will work with your dentist to obtain the best treatment options and solutions.


Sometimes called the “Silent Thief”, osteoporosis quietly robs your bones over time. Your bones become fragile and can break easily, making everyday routines risky.

Are you at Risk?

  • Family history
  • Have a small or thin frame
  • Sedentary lifestyle
  • Over exerciser?

Minimize Your Risk!

  • Walk, reduce caffeine intake, quit smoking
  • Have adequate intake of Vitamin D and Calcium
  • Perform regular weight bearing exercises**

** Call our clinic so we can customize an exercise program for you.

Women’s Health – Incontinence

Physical Therapists are Health Care Professionals trained to evaluate and treat muscles, joints and movement of the body. Urinary incontinence, in many cases, is the result of weak muscles or dysfunction through the pelvis. With appropriate physical therapy treatment you can return to activities you enjoy, without the anxiety of incontinence.

Pelvic Pain

Pelvic pain can occur at anytime in a woman’s life, frequently causing significant physical and emotional distress and adversely affect her quality of life. Physical Therapists that are specially trained in Women’s Health can safely and effectively help women who suffer from pelvic pain.


Breast surgery can irritate the soft tissues of the shoulder girdle and the surrounding soft tissues. Scars and radiation can make tissues under the skin stiffen; causing a pulling sensation in your chest or shoulder areas when using your arms. A physical therapist can evaluate your problem and help you manage the debilitating effects of breast surgery.

Aquatic Therapy

Aquatic Therapy – Who Can Benefit?
Aquatic Therapy can aid in the rehab of patients of all ages with a variety of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions, including:

  • Balance and Gait Problems
  • Lower Back Pain
  • Post Surgical Recovery
  • Muscle, Tendon, Ligament and Joint Injuries
  • Upper/Lower Extremity Stress and Traumatic Fractures
  • Chronic Pain (Fibromyalgia and Arthritis)
  • Neurological Conditions – Stroke Head Injuries – Spinal Cord Injuries Multiple Sclerosis – Cerebral Palsy
  • Work Injuries
  • Sports Injuries

Aquatic Therapy maximizes the Therapeutic value of water by following hydrotherapy principals:

  • Buoyancy
  • Heat
  • Resistance

Water provides a relaxing and stress free environment ideal for physical therapy rehabilitation.