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TREATMENTS

Sports Injury

Physical Therapy Initial Examination

One-on-one, session with a Doctor of Physical Therapy. Evaluation is comprehensive and needed to establish medical history, complete examination of body and establishing goals and plan of care.   

 

Once care is established treatments will then address the root cause of your symptoms to help you achieve your therapy goals as efficient as possible.

Physical Therapy Follow Up Visit

One-on-one physical therapy treatment sessions with a Doctor of Physical Therapy. Providing treatment for both acute and chronic sports and other orthopedic dysfunction, neurological conditions, concussion, vestibular dysfunction, and general rehabilitation.  Sessions may include personalized corrective and preventative exercises, education on body mechanics, anatomy & physiology of dysfunction or impairment, and manual therapy techniques such as myofascial release, massage therapy, joint mobilization or manipulation, functional dry needling, cupping, and therapeutic taping.

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Function Dry Needling

Everyone's question: What is the difference between acupuncture and dry needling? Well: Functional dry needling is performed within the framework of western musculoskeletal diagnoses, not within the theoretical framework of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), and not for the purpose of altering the flow of Qi or energy along traditional Chinese meridians.   In other words: We are not addressing energy flow throughout the body, rather we will address a injury or impairment in that localized area and that area only.   Dry needling is a minimally invasive treatment used to help patients with neuromusculoskeletal pain and movement impairments including: joint pain (all of them), arthritis, muscle tension, tendinitis and tendinosis', lower back pain migraines, cervicogenic headaches, and tempromandibular dysfunction (AKA TMJ) among others

Wellness Visit
Personal Training

Personal training or a continuation of skilled physical therapy services provided by a clinician with a unique attention to improving movement patterns, reducing injury reoccurrence, and loading techniques to reach client and patient goals.

This service can also include hands on manual therapy from a Doctor of Physical Therapy included massage, iASTM, cupping, taping, muscle energy techniques, and more. 

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Prepare for our visit

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What to expect

Your first visit begins with a thorough discussion of your medical history and current injury of fitness goals. Whether virtually or in person, we will meet at your home, office, or gym for your visit and perform a thorough evaluation of how your body moves to best understand your needs. We will then work to create the best plan to achieve your wellness goals. 

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How to prepare for your first visit

  • Wear appropriate clothing that you can move around in (shorts if involving the lower extremities)

  • Be ready and on time

  • Get excited about your next step in your wellness journey

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Follow up visits and continued care 

The initial examination and follow-up visits will include hands on manual therapies, therapeutic exercises prescription, neuromuscular re-education, and movement and sports analysis. All treatments are  performed by Dr. Caitlin Ciccone who believes the body to be a dynamic system that works as a unit and requires an extensive knowledge of biomechanics movement to understand the cause and solution to pain and dysfunction.

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