Advanced Rehabilitation Techniques
Advanced Rehabilitation Techniques, there are a number of techniques that are considered to be advanced. These methods typically involve hands-on manipulation of soft tissues, as well as the use of specialized equipment and tools. Some examples include:
Shockwave therapy: This modality uses high-frequency sound waves to stimulate blood flow, promote tissue healing and reduce pain and inflammation. Dry needling: This method involves inserting fine needles into trigger points to relieve pain and tight muscles. Kinesio taping: This technique involves applying special elastic tape to the skin, which helps support muscles and joints, reduce pain and improve performance.
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There are a number of common hip injuries, ranging from strains and sprains to labral tears and arthritis. Regardless of the cause, these injuries can significantly impact a person’s quality of life. Fortunately, at Twin Boro Physical Therapy, we are on the forefront of implementing cutting-edge strategies to help patients recover from their hip injury and return to their normal activities as quickly as possible.
Individuals suffering from MS often require a team of healthcare providers to manage symptoms, including physiatrists experienced in treating the condition, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists and massage therapists. Using advanced rehabilitation techniques, MossRehab clinicians can help individuals with MS to achieve more independence and better control of their symptoms. Treatment options may also include medication to control muscle spasms and intravenous steroids to treat inflammation. In addition, physical and occupational therapists can provide specific exercises that address balance, posture and gait problems associated with MS.