PHYSICAL THERAPY TREATMENTS

Recover from injuries and improve the quality of your life with physical therapy treatments. It's not just for people with medical conditions, physical therapy is for anyone who wants to maximize their body's capabilities so they can enjoy more in life.

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PHYSICAL THERAPY
TREATMENTS

Alleviate Pain
Restore Mobility
Prevent Illnesses

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physical therapy treatments - physical fitness
Alleviate physical pain without relying on medication?
Avoid expensive surgeries?
Improve mobility?
Improve balance?
Improve posture?
Recover from an injury?

If you say yes to any of these, then

our PHYSICAL THERAPY treatments IS WHAT YOU NEED.

OUR physical therapy TREATMENTS

Physical therapy treatments aim to ease pain and help you function, move, and live your life better. You will also need it to recover from any physical injury or prevent it from worsening.

At the Right Spinal Clinic, we use only the most advanced technologies and procedures in the physical therapy treatments that we offer. With our professionally-trained staff, you can ensure that you'll get the best therapy to help in restoring function, alleviating pain, preventing disabilities, and overall promoting health and wellness.

Physical Interaction Treatments

Hands On Treatments

Physical Therapy Treatments - Massage therapy

Massage Therapy

Improves blood circulation, and aids in the recovery of muscle soreness from physical activities. It relaxes muscles for an improved range of motion and helps with insomnia. It also increases endorphin levels which are the chemicals produced by the body to relieve stress and pain.
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Physical Therapy Treatments - Neuromuscular Re-education

Neuromuscular Re-education

Neuromuscular re-education consists of methods used by physical therapists to restore the interaction between the muscles, the brain, and the nerves used for them to communicate with each other. It aims to improve the body's movement, strength, balance, and function.
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Physical Therapy Treatments - Myofascial Release

Myofascial Release (MFR)

Also known as Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy, MFR is a safe and gentle massage technique applied when the patient is experiencing chronic pain from repetitive muscle tension. This tension can be caused by monotonous motions used in jobs, hobbies, or sports.
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Physical Therapy Treatments - Therapeutic Exercises

Therapeutic Exercises

Therapeutic exercises consist of systematic body movements to restore and maintain strength, flexibility, endurance, stability, and balance. It aims to return the patient to a fully-functioning and pain-free state, so they can live their lives without limitations.
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Physical Therapy Treatments - Manual Therapy for rehabilitation

Manual Therapy

Manual therapy uses hands to put pressure on the muscles and manipulate joints. It helps in increasing joint mobility and reducing muscle tension so that the patient can move freely without limitations and discomfort caused by pain.
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Physical Therapy Treatments - Deep Tissue Massage

Deep Tissue Massage

Unlike conventional massages that promote whole-body relaxation, deep tissue massage aims to reach deeper layers of muscle and fascia. It is commonly applied if a patient suffers from persistent stiffness and soreness after an accident or injury.
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Devices & Apparatuses Treatments

Machines On Treatments

Physical Therapy Treatments - Medical Ultrasound

Ultrasound

Ultrasound therapy uses sound waves that produce microscopic vibrations to promote soft tissue healing. It also helps in relieving pain from conditions such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Phantom Limb Pain, sprains, bursitis, osteoarthritis, and pain caused by scar tissue.
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Physical Therapy Treatments - Vasopneumatic Device Therapy

Vasopneumatic Device Therapy

Vasopneumatic therapy uses a device that pumps air into an inflatable wrap or brace, slowly squeezing the enveloped area of the body. It is used to treat a variety of medical conditions including swollen limbs due to injuries and to prevent blood clots.
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Physical Therapy Treatments - Electrical Stimulation

Electrical Stimulation

Electrical stimulation uses electricity to reduce pain, improve circulation, repair tissues, and strengthen muscles. It is commonly used in conjunction with other physical therapies, by alleviating pain so that the patient can participate in the treatments.
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Physical Therapy Treatments - Vibration Therapy

Vibration Therapy

Vibration therapy is a safe and non-invasive procedure that promotes healing and pain relief. This modality uses low-frequency vibration (4.5 Hertz) which helps relax compressed tissues and restore its functionality. It also helps in reducing inflammation, improving balance, and more.
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Mechanical Traction

Mechanical traction uses an electromechanical table to release pressure off the spine or any targeted areas. It's a non-surgical procedure that helps alleviate joints pains and muscle spasms so you can fully enjoy your daily life again.
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Gait Training

A specialized form of physical therapy that helps strengthen and improve a person's ability to stand and walk. It helps in strengthening the muscles and joints, and in enhancing posture and balance. It was designed to help gain independence from adaptive devices.
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Natural Elements Treatments

Nature On Treatments

Heat Therapy

It provides both pain relief and healing by improving circulation and increasing blood flow to a particular area using heat. The increased temperature relaxes and comforts the patient, taking the edge off persistent pain and stiffness.
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Cold Therapy

Cold therapy or cryotherapy, works by temporarily reducing nerve activity and decreasing blood flow to the wounded area. This process significantly reduces inflammation and swelling that causes pain. It is generally helpful during the first 48 hours after an injury.
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Paraffin Bath

Uses paraffin wax to reduce joint pain, relieve stiffness, stimulate circulation, and to moisturize the skin. This modality is also often prescribed in the post-inflammatory phase of injury and for chronic pain conditions such as arthritis.
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Cold Laser Therapy

Uses a low-level light to stimulate soft tissue healing and reduce inflammation. It is commonly utilized for minor injuries and sprains, skin rejuvenation, wound healing, alleviating pain, and acupuncture if the client is uncomfortable with needles.
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Iontophoresis Treatment

A non-invasive procedure that is commonly used to treat excessive sweating. It uses mild electric currents to administer medication into your body through your skin. It helps decrease pain and muscle spasm, treat fungal infection, and even manage scar tissues.
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Support Treatments

Complementary Treatments

Self-Care (ADL)

A training program that aims to improve an individual's ability to perform daily activities such as eating, drinking, functional bathing, grooming, dressing, and toileting. The training includes improving muscle strength, range of motion, flexibility, balance, and endurance.
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Kinesiology Taping Method

Uses Kinesio Tex Tape to help rehabilitate the neuromuscular system, reduce pain and inflammation, enhance physical performance, prevent injury, promote good circulation and healing. Its ultimate purpose is to aid in returning the body to homeostasis.
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