Types of Treatment

At SporTherapy, you have access to a highly trained team of physical therapists who will help you get back to your life pain-free. You deserve to work with an expert who will take the time to listen to your story. Start your journey of healing today and let us develop a tailored treatment plan to target your pain, so you can return to the activities and people you love with confidence. 

Here’s how we can help: 

 

Orthopedic Physical Therapy

Orthopaedics is the medical specialty dedicated to preserving and restoring function in the musculoskeletal system, which includes bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves. Orthopaedic physical therapy is the delivery of care for individuals with disorders or dysfunction of the musculoskeletal system.

You might benefit from physical therapy if you suffer from:

  • Arthritis
  • Muscle weakness and imbalance
  • Spinal and other joint alignment dysfunction
  • Post-operative or inflammatory swelling
  • Post-fractures
  • Joint and muscle pain
  • Tendonitis and bursitis

Manual Physical Therapy

Manual physical therapy is based on careful examination of the patient’s movement patterns, including range of motion issues and the subsequent overcompensation that can prevent healing. Research has shown that the most effective physical therapy treatments involve a combination of customized manual therapy interventions combined with targeted exercise.

Through manual physical therapy, you can find relief from:

  • Low-back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Muscle-tension headaches
  • Hip and knee osteoarthritis
  • Shoulder pain

Sports Medicine

SporTherapy helps hundreds of athletes take control of their performance by staying injury-free and in the game. All of our therapists have earned a masters or doctorate degree in physical therapy. Professional and amateur athletes of any age can benefit from our dedicated treatment and prevention of sports injuries. No matter what sport you play, from football to basketball to bow hunting, you can trust us to provide the best quality of care for your sports injuries.

Our expert physical therapists will create a treatment program tailored to your specific needs. Treatments could include:

  • Pre-participation screening
  • Cardiovascular, resistance, endurance, and neuromuscular re-education exercise programs
  • Taping and bracing
  • Sports specific ergonomic and training regimens
  • Manual physical therapy
  • Orthopaedic physical therapy

We also specialize in:

Joint and Spinal Pain

Joint and spinal pain can range from mild soreness after physical activity to consistent pain with any movement. Whether you’re recovering from an injury or looking to manage arthritis, our SporTherapy team can help develop a treatment plan to ease pain and regain mobility and confidence.

Aquatic Therapy

Increase your mobility with aquatic therapy. Whether you’re recovering from an injury or dealing with another condition, give your body a full workout with resistance in the pool. Increase your range of motion by allowing the buoyancy of the water to reduce the effects of gravity, facilitating greater mobility while minimizing pain.

Chronic Pain

Frequently untreated, chronic pain symptoms include headache, lower back pain, arthritis pain, and neurogenic pain. SporTherapy focuses on two critical elements when it comes to alleviating your pain: education and movement. The combination of therapeutic neuroscience education (TNE) and movement plans designed to address your unique symptoms has had significant success in helping patients deal with persistent pain.

Pelvic Health

SporTherapy therapists are experts in treating the musculoskeletal system and can treat a wide variety of issues associated with pelvic pain, including painful intercourse, pain associated with tampon use or pelvic exams, difficulty with recreational activities, chronic constipation and pain in the groin, buttock, low back, hip, sacroiliac or abdomen.

Fall Prevention

Falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries for older Americans. Our fall-prevention program offers instruction for why you fall, how to make your home safe from falls, what to do if you fall and how to get up, and an individualized home exercise plan for balanced improvement.

Additional Services

Whether you’re a professional athlete, 
weekend warrior, weight loss candidate, 
young competitor or patient recovering from surgery, the AlterG® Anti-Gravity Treadmill® at SporTherapy can help you optimize your treatment and training.

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Aquatic therapy is an effective rehabilitation tool for patients recovering from a wide variety of surgeries and injuries that benefit from the buoyancy and warmth of the water.

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SporTherapy has skilled clinicians who have been trained to treat balance and vestibular disorders as well as provide comprehensive education and training regarding fall prevention.

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Improving muscular strength is an important goal of physical therapy. Symptoms such as pain and stiffness are common road blocks to building strength when recovering from injury. A new, cutting-edge treatment called Blood Flow Restricted Training (BFRT) has been found to improve muscular strength even in the presence of pain and other limiting symptoms.

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People with chronic (or persistent) headaches report disabling symptoms that interfere with daily activities. Multiple concussions only increase these risks. And with so much conflicting data available on the internet, it can be tough to know how to manage a concussion should you suffer from one.

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SporTherapy Physical Therapy is proud to specialize in the rehabilitation of dancers.

Knowing the demanding rehearsal schedules that these athletes have to keep, we make every effort to work with scheduling needs to ensure they receive excellent care without compromise to their rigorous routine.

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Dry Needling is a treatment technique that utilizes thin, solid filament needles to deactivate and desensitize the myofascial trigger points, or the knots in muscles and tissue that cause pain, decreased flexibility, and decreased function.

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Headaches are one of the most common reasons that people see their primary care physician and they account for 20% of outpatient visits to neurologists.

Treatment may include use of heat or ice, soft tissue mobilization, shoulder blade, mid back, rib, and neck mobilizations, neck stretches, neck and mid back strengthening, and posture education. In addition, we’ll provide you with best practices to manage or decrease your pain the next time you feel a headache coming on.

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Our physical therapists treat a variety of conditions daily that range from neck and back pain to carpal tunnel syndrome and Achilles tendinitis.

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Manual physical therapy is a hands-on technique that is used to decrease pain and improve range-of-motion and flexibility to stiff joints and muscles.

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Neck pain is a common complaint and can be attributed to a number of conditions.

Neck pain can also cause loss of motion that holds you back from living your life. The good news is that it is usually caused by joint and muscle problems, not a serious disease. A variety of physical therapy treatments can decrease neck pain.

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Orthopaedics is the medical specialty dedicated to preserving and restoring function in the musculoskeletal system, which includes bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves.

Orthopaedic physical therapy is the delivery of care for individuals with disorders or dysfunction of the musculoskeletal system. Let one of our highly skilled orthopaedic physical therapists help you today.

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Did you know physical therapy can reduce or eliminate pain, prevent surgery, and eliminate the need for medication in patients with pelvic pain, incontinence, and pregnancy or post-partum issues? SporTherapy physical therapists are experts in treating the musculoskeletal system.

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Persistent pain, or chronic pain, is pain that last for weeks, months or years. For some, chronic pain is the result of an injury, like a sprained back, or an ongoing problem like arthritis.  For others, chronic pain occurs in the absence of a past injury. 

In order to know best how to treat this type of pain, it is first important to work with your physical therapist to better understand the underlying cause and triggers that are related to your individual condition.

Helpful treatment strategies can include consistent gentle movements, relaxation techniques, and imagery activities.

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Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) treatment is an innovative technique proven to effectively treat injuries caused by surgery, repetition, or overuse.

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Research suggests that 4 out of every 5 people have lower back pain at some point in their lives.

In February 2010, the Archives of Internal Medicine reported that the direct costs of treatment for low back pain in the United States are over $50 billion a year. This is more than half the amount spent yearly on cancer treatment.

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Sports medicine involves a comprehensive team of health care professionals including physicians, exercise physical therapistlogists, athletic trainers, biomechanists, nutritionists, and physical therapists.

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SporTherapy works with individuals suffering from a neurological disorder or disease, include Alzheimer’s, ALS, brain injury, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, spinal cord injury and stroke. Common problems of patients with neurological disorders include paralysis, vision impairment, poor balance, difficulty walking and loss of independence, all of which physical therapy can improve.

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The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) guides jaw movement. Problems with the TMJ are known as temporomandibular joint disorder or dysfunction (TMD).

Your physical therapist can help restore the natural movement of your jaw and decrease your pain. If the therapist determines that your jaw pain is not related to teeth alignment, the therapist will select treatments that will work best for you. 

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Vertigo is the sensation of spinning. Even when you’re staying still, you may feel as if you’re moving or the room is moving around you.

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Treatment by a Women’s Health physical therapist at SporTherapy Physical Therapy can reduce pain, prevent surgery, and eliminate the need for medications.

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At SporTherapy Physical Therapy, our physical therapists are workplace injury specialists. We deliver hands-on manual physical therapy to treat back, knee, ankle, and shoulder injuries due to falls, slips, lifting, and twisting.

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