We believe movement is medicine.
IASTM is a technique that uses specialized tools to break down scar tissue and fascial restrictions. Therapists use instruments with beveled edges to mobilize soft tissues, reducing pain and improving range of motion. IASTM is particularly effective for conditions like plantar fasciitis, tendinitis, and muscle strains.
Cupping therapy has grown in popularity in recent years, thanks in part to its use by elite athletes. Therapists place suction cups on the skin, creating negative pressure to stimulate blood flow and release tension. Cupping is known to relieve muscle pain, improve circulation, and speed up the healing process.
The Mulligan Concept is a manual therapy technique that involves joint mobilization with movement. A therapist assists the patient in specific movements while providing controlled pressure to the affected joints. This approach is known for its effectiveness in relieving pain and improving joint function, making it a valuable tool for individuals with conditions like osteoarthritis or joint dysfunction.
FRC is a cutting-edge approach to manual therapy that focuses on improving joint mobility, flexibility, and overall joint health. Therapists employ a combination of passive and active techniques to increase the range of motion while strengthening the joint. FRC is highly effective in addressing conditions related to joint stiffness and immobility.
Kinesiotaping is a technique that involves applying a special elastic tape to the skin to support and stabilize muscles and joints. This method has a broad range of applications, from post-injury rehabilitation to enhancing athletic performance. The tape’s flexibility and adhesive properties make it a valuable addition to manual therapy regimens.