Our Physical Therapists incorporate multiple treatment approaches to make sure your injury is rehabilitated in the most efficient way possible. We incorporate different hands-on manual approaches including joint mobilization/manipulation, soft tissue mobilization, myofascial release, dry needling, and strain-counter-strain. These manual therapy techniques pair well with our corrective exercises that our Certified Athletic Trainers will take you through to reach your functional goals.
Cardiac RehabilitationWe offer a 30 visit monitored phase II cardiac rehabilitation program. Patients exercise in our clinic while staff monitor their response to exercise. All patients are monitored by telemetry for the duration of their individual program.
Golf Specific Physical TherapyOur Titleist Certified Medical Professional will perform a golf specific movement screen and video swing analysis to break down your individual swing mechanics and movement patterns. Specific interventions and treatment techniques will be used to create more consistency and power in your swing along with decreasing pain. This will include mobility and stability exercises along with golf specific strengthening.
Post concussion therapy and vestibular therapyNeed help returning to work or to your sport after a concussion? We will treat the underlying conditions whether it be visual difficulties, headaches, balance issues, trouble getting back to activities, and even vertigo. Individualized treatment to help you get back to every day activities again. Let our physical therapists evaluate your condition and give specific treatments to help you return to your prior level of function. Some treatments could include dry needling for headaches, visual exercises for convergence and tracking, and cervical manual therapy to help clean up all
Post OpManual Physical Therapy including joint mobilizations, soft tissue mobilization, dry needling, and manipulation are used to address limitations in mobility. Our Therapists and Certified Athletic Trainers will also give you functional exercises to improve strength and correct movement patterns. It is important to get the post surgical site moving as soon as possible (according to surgeon protocols) to assure proper mobility and strength is reached. If not, then limitations will present themselves down the road and will affect you in your daily life. Our Therapists will work with you each step of the way after your surgery to make sure we are safely improving your situation.
Sports Performance and Orthopedic TreatmentOur Physical Therapists have had internships and jobs with Washington Lee High School, Virginia Tech, Radford University, Marymount University, and even the Washington Redskins. We have Certified Athletic Trainers who will work with you along the way to make sure that you are up to speed and ready to get back in to competition at 100%. This is crucial because the biggest risk for an injury is a previous injury. Our Certified Athletic Trainers have worked with athletes of all types and will provide treatments to get you to your top performance level.
Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) and Functional Movement System (FMS)This is a total body movement assessment that picks out faulty movement patterns that can create dysfunctions leading to injuries in patients and athletes. Our Physical Therapists and Certified Athletic Trainers will work to identify the dysfunction and then give patient specific functional exercises to correct movement patterns in order to return to your sport ready to perform. This assures that an athlete or someone who likes to be active, has proper mobility and stability to perform daily movements without having pain or being at risk for an injury.
- Functional Dry Needling
- Post-surgical Rehabilitaiton
- Women’s Health
- Neck Pain / Whiplash
- Chronic and Acute Low Back Pain
- Tennis Elbow
- Rotator Cuff Sprains / Repairs
- Patella Femoral Pain Syndrome
- Knee injuries including ACL, MCL, and tendonitis
- Headaches / Migraines
- Hip Bursitis
- Herniated Disc
- Foot / Ankle injuries including Planter Fasciitis
- TMJ Disorders
- Gait / Walking Difficulties