Physical Therapy

Tailored to You

We offer a range of physical therapy services designed to help patients recover from injuries, improve their mobility and function, and reduce pain and discomfort. Our team of experienced providers utilizes a range of modalities and techniques, including electrical muscle stimulation (EMS), therapeutic ultrasound, percussive shockwave therapy, low level laser therapy (LLLT), heat and cold therapy, cupping, dry needling, and therapeutic exercises, depending on your needs and tolerance.

Our physical therapy services are designed to address a range of conditions, from spinal disc disease and osteoarthritis to tendinitis and tendinosis, musculoskeletal pain, sports injuries, knee and ankle ligament injuries, shoulder impingement, rehabilitation following joint replacement, rotator cuff tears/dysfunction, and labral tears. Our experienced chiropractors will work with you to develop a personalized care plan that addresses your specific needs and concerns.

In addition to addressing specific conditions and injuries, our physical therapy services can also help improve overall strength, mobility, and function, making it easier for you to perform daily activities and enjoy your favorite hobbies and sports. Whether you're recovering from an injury or simply looking to improve your overall health and wellness, our team of experienced therapists is here to help you achieve your goals.

Man stretching on stairs in the city
Ultrasound therapy placed on back

Therapeutic Ultrasound

Therapeutic ultrasound is a modality commonly used in physical therapy for the management of musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. The treatment involves the application of high frequency sound waves to the affected area, which creates a deep tissue heating effect that promotes tissue healing and decreases pain. The benefits of therapeutic ultrasound have been supported by numerous studies, which have found it to be effective in reducing pain and inflammation, increasing range of motion, improving tissue healing, and promoting tissue relaxation.

Therapeutic ultrasound has been found to be particularly effective in the management of conditions such as tendinitis, bursitis, osteoarthritis, and muscle strains. It has also been shown to be beneficial in the treatment of chronic low back pain and fibromyalgia.

Electronic Muscle Stimulation, EMS, unit next to therapy table

Electronic Muscle Stimulation

Electronic muscle stimulation (EMS) is a therapeutic modality that uses electrical currents to stimulate muscle contractions. It has been shown to be effective in improving muscle strength, reducing muscle spasm, and decreasing pain in a variety of conditions. Research has shown that EMS can be used to enhance muscle activation during exercise and rehabilitation programs, leading to improvements in muscle strength and function. Additionally, EMS has been shown to be effective in reducing pain and improving range of motion in patients with musculoskeletal disorders such as low back pain and knee osteoarthritis. It is a safe and non-invasive treatment that can be used in conjunction with other therapeutic modalities to improve overall patient outcomes.

Low Level Laser Therapy, or cold-laser, applied for carpal tunnel syndrome

Low Level Laser Therapy

Low-level laser therapy (LLLT), also known as cold laser therapy, is a non-invasive therapeutic technique that uses low-level light to promote tissue healing and reduce pain and inflammation. The light energy is absorbed by the cells in the body, which helps to stimulate cellular metabolism and enhance the body's natural healing processes. LLLT has been shown to be effective in treating a wide range of conditions, including musculoskeletal pain, osteoarthritis, tendinopathies, and neuropathic pain.

Recent research has demonstrated the effectiveness of LLLT in reducing pain and inflammation, improving range of motion, and promoting tissue healing. The therapy is safe and painless, and is typically administered using a handheld device that emits low-level light.

Resistance bands, commonly used in therapeutic exercise

Therapeutic Exercises

Physical therapy exercises have been shown to be effective in treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions, including chronic pain, arthritis, and injuries. The main goals of these exercises are to improve strength, flexibility, and range of motion, as well as to reduce pain and inflammation. There are many types of exercises used in physical therapy, including strengthening exercises, stretching exercises, and balance exercises. These exercises can be tailored to the specific needs and goals of each individual patient, making them a highly effective form of treatment. Additionally, physical therapy exercises have been found to be a safe and cost-effective alternative to more invasive treatments such as surgery or medication.

Hot stone placed on back for heat therapy

Hot/Cold Therapy

Hot and cold therapy, also known as thermotherapy and cryotherapy, are commonly used modalities in physical therapy for treating various musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. Heat therapy, usually applied with warm towels, hot packs, or paraffin wax, can increase blood flow, reduce pain, and improve flexibility and range of motion. On the other hand, cold therapy, usually applied with ice packs or ice baths, can reduce inflammation, numb the affected area, and alleviate pain. The application of heat or cold depends on the type and severity of the injury, and the therapist's assessment of the patient's condition. Several studies have supported the use of hot and cold therapy in physical therapy interventions for conditions such as arthritis, low back pain, and sports injuries.

Shockwave therapy applied to trapezius muscles for soreness or tension in muscle

Shockwave Therapy

Percussive shockwave therapy (PST) is a non-invasive modality that has gained popularity for the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. PST works by applying high-intensity acoustic waves to the affected area, which can promote tissue regeneration, increase blood flow, and reduce pain. A recent meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials found that PST can provide significant short-term pain relief and functional improvement for patients with conditions such as plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinopathy, and lateral epicondylitis. 

Dry needling being applied to a patient's calf muscle

Dry Needling

Dry needling is a relatively new technique used in physical therapy to alleviate pain and dysfunction in muscles and connective tissues. It involves inserting a thin, filamentous needle into the skin and targeting trigger points, which are areas of tight, irritated muscle fibers that cause pain and stiffness. Several studies have shown that dry needling is an effective treatment for a variety of conditions, including neck and back pain, chronic headaches, tendinitis, and even post-stroke spasticity. Dry needling works by releasing endorphins and other natural painkillers, improving blood flow to the affected area, and stimulating the healing process; patients often report significant improvement in symptoms after just a few sessions.

Cupping therapy applied to patient's back


Cupping is an ancient therapy that involves placing suction cups on the skin to stimulate blood flow, relieve pain, and promote healing. While there is limited scientific research on the effectiveness of cupping, some studies have suggested that it may provide some pain relief for conditions such as lower back pain, knee osteoarthritis, and neck pain.