At Back to Action Physical Therapy we offer a variety of services to ensure we can treat any condition related to Physical Therapy
If you are experiencing increased pain and stiffening in any of your joints and muscles, manual therapy is often helpful. Patients seek out this type of physical therapy for a variety of mobility issues.
Dry Needling is a technique performed by a skilled physical therapist to immediately reduce pain, muscle tension and improve mobility.
Where cutting edge technology meets old-school pain management, you’ll find an innovative remedy such as Kinesio taping. The process uses elastic therapeutic tape, which is exponentially more stretchable than traditional types of elastic bandage.
Warm water therapy is a great option for all kinds of conditions, including back pain, arthritis, and post-surgical patients. Some benefits of warm water aquatic therapy are to improve joint mobility and stimulate blood flow, the natural buoyancy reduces stress on the body and helps patients exercise easier with less pain, and the water provides resistance - keeping your muscles engaged during movement.
A specialized therapy for women of all ages and health including pregnancy, post-partum, post-menopausal care, and issues with urinary or fecal incontinence. Our therapists use evidence based treatments to address impairments of the low back, pelvis, and pelvic floor. Our therapists have undergone extensive coursework to specialize in pelvic care and the unique adaptations necessary to treat women.
Lymphedema is a condition that results from the impaired flow of the lymphatic system. There are many reasons that flow may be impaired, and if you are experiencing persistent swelling of any kind, a Certified Lymphedema Therapist can help to identify the source and get you on the right track to managing your edema.
Some of the most burdensome side effects of cancer and its treatment include cancer-related fatigue, chemo-induced peripheral neuropathy, cognitive impairment, sleep problems, depression, pain, anxiety, and physical dysfunction (including impaired strength, endurance, and bone mineral density). Physical therapy can be tailored to each individual's history and goals in order to improve the overall quality of life for those affected by cancer.