athletic Therapists use a combination of manual therapies and a functional approach to injury rehabilitation to work towards helping you return to doing what you love to your pre-injury state.
Whether it’s a new injury, an old one that hasn’t quite healed or pain with an unknown cause, Certified Athletic Therapists treat and rehabilitate all types of musculoskeletal injuries. With extensive education and training in the areas of the musculoskeletal system, exercise physiology and biomechanics, Athletic Therapists create an individualized plan to address your specific injury and needs.
Athletic Therapists use a functional approach to injury rehabilitation to work towards helping you return to doing what you love at your pre-injury state. Rehabilitation with an athletic therapist may include biomechanical assessment, exercise prescription, manual therapy techniques, postural corrections and the use of various modalities. You don’t have to be an athlete to see a Certified Athletic Therapist, anyone with a body that moves can benefit from Athletic Therapy!
Commonly Treated Areas
- Shin splints
- Low back pain
- Shoulder muscle & labral tears
- Knee osteoarthritis
- Neck pain, headaches
- Plantar fasciitis
- Patellofemoral syndrome, knee pain
- Tennis & golfer’s elbow
Commonly Treated Conditions
- Muscle strains
- Ligament sprains
- Pre and post-surgery
- Mobility limitations
- Spondylolysis/ Spondylolisthesis
Athletic Therapy Offerings
Athletic Therapy Assessment
A complete assessment of a new injury, an old one that hasn’t quite healed or pain with an unknown cause. Includes treatment, rehabilitation and creation of an individualized plan that addresses your specific injury needs.
Athletic Therapy Visit
After your Athletic Therapy Assessment, our Athletic Therapist will continue to work with you to treat and rehabilitate your injury.
Functional Movement Assessment
A comprehensive assessment of your body’s ability to move functionally. Analysis of your joint mobility, overall stability and body biomechanics. Following your first visit our Certified Athletic Therapist will create a solution set that is tailored to address your individual needs.
After a suspected concussion, assessment of both physical and cognitive brain function. Concussion assessment testing can be very helpful in monitoring recovery progression. Includes assistance with returning to normal activities and treatment of any associated neck pain.
After your concussion assessment, our Athletic Therapist will continue to monitor your concussion symptoms, treat any associated neck pain and assist you with your return to normal activities.
Concussion Baseline Testing
Baseline concussion testing consists of both physical and cognitive tests that provide a pre-injury baseline of healthy brain function.