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Manual Physical Therapy

Therapists Available

Kent Carlson

Sandy Moloney

Stephanie Helmuth

Sue Smith

Heather Teplin

Manual physical therapy is delivered using the hands of a skilled physical therapist. Your physical therapist will use their hands to mobilize or manipulate soft tissue or joints. Manual therapy can be helpful for pain relief, increasing range of motion and improving quality of movement.

Dry Needling

Therapists Available

Dry Needling is the use of a monofilament needle inserted into a trigger point within a muscle. Trigger points can cause local pain, referred pain and can limit movement and function. The goal of dry needling is to release the trigger point whereby reducing pain and/or improving function.

Cupping

Therapist Available

Cupping is a soft tissue treatment used to decrease pain or improve mobility. The technique uses specialized cups that are applied to the treatment area using suction. The tissue is drawn into the cup and can be left in place or can be used to mobilize the tissue.

Sports Medicine

Therapists Available

Kent Carlson

Sandy Moloney

Stephanie Helmuth

Sue Smith

Heather Teplin

Sports Medicine is a a specialized area of care with a focus on prevention and treatment of injuries and disorders of active people. Sports medicine includes, but is not limited to, the treatment of athletes. A sports medicine specialist is focused on returning their patients to a desired level of activity or function.

Orthotics

Therapist Available

Kent Carlson

Sandy Moloney

Custom foot orthotics are inserts placed inside of shoes with the intent to decrease pain, improve alignment and improve efficiency. Our trained physical therapists obtain a mold of the feet and the orthotics are fabricated to specifications to create the optimal fit.

Instrument Assisted Manual Therapy

Therapist Available

Graston incorporates a patented form of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization that enables clinicians to effectively detect and treat scar tissue and restrictions that affect normal function. This technique separates and breaks down collagen cross-links, and splays and stretches connective tissue and muscle fibers.