We provide a safe and structured environment to assist in your rehabilitation and work with you to reduce the possibility of your injuries re-occurrence.
Stretching, strengthening and stabilization exercises are a critical part of the rehabilitation process for most musculoskeletal injuries. Our therapists provide injury-specific exercises to help promote healing and return to pain-free activity and sports.
Clients will be given an injury-specific supervised programs designed to assist with their rehabilitation. Clinic-guided exercises allow the treating therapist to ensure that proper technique is used to maximize results.
1 hour Treatment $80.00
1/2 hour Treatment $50.00
What is an Athletic Therapist?
We believe that the body functions as a whole.
Certified Athletic Therapists (A.T.) are highly skilled health care practitioners that provide immediate treatment to musculoskeletal injures and apply rehabilitation techniques to ensure a rapid return to work and play.
A.T.'s employ a sports medicine model of rehabilitation to offer accelerated rehabilitation to physical injuries incurred from sports, recreation, daily activities or occupation.
An Athletic Therapists training is focused in the area of assessment and rehabilitation of orthopedic conditions--the muscles, bones and joints. They can be found working closely with professional and national teams, and also in sports clinics across the country.
Athletic Therapists are known for their aggressive treatment protocol in the attempt to speed up the healing process.
How Does Athletic Therapy Help?
There are three key areas of recovery where Athletic Therapy is optimal:
Injury Prevention: Prevention includes musculoskeletal and postural evaluation, equipment selection, fitting and repair, warm-up, conditioning programs, prophylactic or supportive taping, and adapting to the activity environment and facilities.
Immediate Care: Immediate care of athletic injuries includes: injury assessment, basic emergency life support, recognition and management of acute traumatic neurological dysfunction, provision of first aid, preparation for entrance into appropriate health care delivery systems, or, where appropriate, utilization of techniques facilitating a safe return to participation.
Rehabilitation: Certified Athletic Therapists assess injuries and conditions, use contemporary rehabilitative techniques, therapeutic modalities, soft tissue mobilization, physical reconditioning, and supportive strapping procedures to promote an environment conducive to optimal healing in preparing individuals for safe reintegration into an active lifestyle.