Our therapists commonly treat the following orthopedic procedures, but are not limited to:
Dry needling (also referred to as trigger point dry needling) is a technique used to treat dysfunctions in skeletal muscle, fascia, and connective tissue (Apta.org, 2016). Dry Needling involves the insertion of a thin filament needle to stimulate the healing process of soft tissues (muscle “trigger points”, fascia, tendons and ligaments, etc.) resulting in pain relief.
Dry Needling can provide relief for a variety of musculoskeletal problems including, but not limited to:
*This service provided only by a licensed Physical Therapist*
Pro Performance Therapy offers sports specific physical therapy that will improve your performance. We will get you back to your sport if you’re injured, and help you improve if you’re seeking to enhance performance, or prevent injury.
Our strength and conditioning programs provide our patients with core strengthening program for stability and improved sports performance. We have extensive experience in working with upper extremity conditioning programs for throwers, such as, but not limited to pitchers, volleyball, swimming, and softball.
We work with individuals or groups to develop sport-specific programs for Post-rehabilitation patients, Weekend warriors, High school, and collegiate, amateur, and professional athletes.
Think of Pro Performance Therapy to help with injury prevention, managing overuse conditions, returning to training/sport following injury or surgery, advancing to higher-level training, or getting back to a sport or work-out routine after a lapse in time.
Coach communication is an integral component of our approach. We will work collaboratively with your doctors, trainers, and coaches to communicate effectively and coordinate the best program for your needs.
Many individuals will experience back pain during their lifetime, including, but not limited to:
Our therapists will provide treatment, including:
“Sciatica”/Piriformis syndrome is irritation of the sciatic nerve causing back pain, leg numbness and or weakness. Treatment includes:
A strain is a torn or stretched muscle. A sprain is often caused by falling, physical contact, or twisting motions and often causes a joint to move resulting in an injury to a ligament. Our therapists provide treatment for sprains and strains of the following, but not limited to:
At Pro Performance Therapy, we can identify the origin of your pain; if the pain is caused by your elbow or your shoulder. We commonly treat the following conditions and many more:
We provide treatment for:
Our therapists can provide treatment to relieve headaches caused from neck or shoulder pain, as well as cervicogenic headaches. Treatment would include, but not limited to:
Pro Performance Therapy provides physical therapy care for many injured workers. We work with several workers’ compensation companies and intermediaries such as Align Networks, Department of Labor, MedRisk, Travelers, and many more. We commonly see the following injuries, but are not limited to:
Those with vestibular problems often experience dizziness, vertigo, nausea and/or vomiting, visual disturbance and/or imbalance, reduced ability to focus or concentrate, and fatigue. Physical therapy can address these issues by providing techniques to specifically target the cause of the vestibular disturbance. The treatment includes:
Some of the conditions we commonly treat:
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