PHYSICAL THERAPY REVIVED

Revive Physical Therapy & Wellness  is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality care through current evidence based practice and personalized treatment approach.  We hope to exceed your expectations and you may be surprised with how much one-on one time we spend with you compared to other providers.

REVIVE PHYSICAL THERAPY TREATMENTS:

HANDS-ON MANUAL THERAPY

  • Therapeutic soft-tissue mobilization/massage
  • Myofascial release
  • Spinal manipulation/mobilization
  • Peripheral joint manipulation/mobilization
  • Trigger point release
  • Correction of faulty movement patterns with biofeedback

Dry Needling

  • Utilization of small solid filament needles to stimulate healing and pain relief.

Therapeutic Exercise

  • Specific movements aimed to relieve pain, improve range of motion and muscle performance.

Therapeutic Activities

  • Specific movement patterns to improve function by promoting a fully functional structure, which the patient is confident in using during daily activity/sports environment.

Neuromuscular Reeducation

  • Specific movements and muscle recruitment pattern to improve muscle coordination and correct faulty movement patterns.

PERSONALIZED BLOOD FLOW RESTRICTION TRAINING

  • Utilization of tourniquet on proximal limb to limit oxygen supply to the working muscle, which allows low load intensity exercise to have similar physiological response compared to high load intensity exercises.  This promotes muscle strength, hypertrophy (increase muscle size) and collagen synthesis while decreasing the load on the injured tissue.

WHY PHYSICAL THERAPY:

Who are Physical Therapists?

Physical Therapists (PTs) are health care professionals who evaluate, diagnose and treat individuals of all ages, who have medical problems relating to the neuromusculoskeletal system  (e.g: spine pain, joint pain, muscle pain, headaches, movement restriction, numbness and tingling, traumatic injury, poor muscle performance, and balance deficits) that limit your abilities to move, assume a certain position or do what you want to do symptom free.

How do Physical Therapist relieve pain and improve function?

Imagine a health care provider that has the potential to fulfill all your natural pain management needs.  A clinician with hands-on treatment skills that can perform therapeutic massage, muscle mobilization, myofascial release, spine manipulation/traction and utilize needling techniques to eliminate your pain (dry needling), along with having the assessment skills and training (which includes a doctorate program) to give you the tools you need to maintain the gains achieved during your visit.  A physical therapist achieves this by assessing your movement and posture and prescribing you specific movement patterns (exercise) to correct your abnormalities that are contributing to your pain and lead to joint deterioration and muscle imbalances.

WHY IS THE TREATMENT APPROACH OF PHYSICAL THERAPY BENEFICIAL?

A skilled physical therapist has multiple treatment techniques or “tools” in their “toolbox”.  These “tools” give them the freedom to truly personalize your care without forcing you into a cookie cutter treatment approach. Here at Revive we understand that people have pain for different reasons, therefore, a clinician who treats pain must have a plethora of treatment options to obtain long lasting relief for their patients.  What benefits or is appropriate for one patient might not benefit or be appropriate for another patient. This is why a personalized multi-dimensional approach will always yield superior results.

Revive Physical Therapy gets RESULTS with:

  • Neck and Back Pain
  • Headaches
  • Sciatica
  • Joint Pain
    • Shoulder pain
    • Elbow pain
    • Wrist/Hand pain
    • S-I joint pain
    • Hip pain
    • Knee pain
    • Foot/Ankle pain
  • TMJ dysfunction
  • Overuse and Sports injuries
  • Chronic pain
  • Motor vehicle injuries
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Pinch nerve
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rotator cuff injury
  • Discbulge/herniation
  • Tennis/Golfer elbow
  • Postural syndrome
  • Meniscus injury
  • Pre and post surgical rehab
  • Pre and post-partum rehab