We offer a variety of services at ISR. If you want more information about specific treatments, don’t hesitate to contact us for more information.
Laser Light Therapy promotes tissue repair and natural healing in and around bones, joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons.
Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression is a type of motorized spinal decompression that may help to relieve back pain. A gentle stretch of the spine helps take pressure off the spinal discs, allowing oxygen, water and nutrients into the discs so they may heal more quickly.
Med-X Therapy is designed to provide isolated and targeted strengthening for spinal muscles. Stronger muscles result in the lessening or elimination of spinal pain.
Myofascial Release Therapy is a technique applied by your physical therapist utilizing gentle, directional pressure to restricted fascia so pain is relieved and normal muscle function can resume. Facsia is the connective tissue that surrounds every bone, muscle, organ and nerve in the body.
Spinal Stabilization is an active form of exercise used in physical therapy. It is designed to strengthen muscles to support the spine and help prevent lower back pain.
Strain-Counterstrain is a manual therapy technique, meaning clinicians use only their hands for treatment of muscle and joint pain. It uses passive body positioning of hypertonic (spasmed) muscles and dysfunctional joints toward positions of comfort or tissue ease that compress or shorten the offending muscle.
The McKenzie method (or mechanical diagnosis and therapy, MDT) is a system of diagnosis and treatment for spinal and extremity musculoskeletal disorders. A feature of the method is emphasizing patient empowerment and self-treatment. It includes a set of guidelines for evaluating someone’s movement as well as exercises designed to improve spinal mobility and posture.
Dry Needling is a safe, minimally discomforting and often effective treatment for patients with certain musculoskeletal presentations. Dry needling is a treatment performed by skilled, trained physical therapists, certified in the procedure. A thin monofilament needle penetrates the skin and treats underlying muscular trigger points for the management of pain and movement impairments.
Treatment of Sports Injuries
Treatment of Work Injuries
The focus of physical therapy for temperomandibular joint disorders (TMJ) is relaxation, stretching, and releasing tight muscles and scar tissue. Physical therapy is an especially important part of recovery from TM joint surgery, as it helps minimize scar tissue formation and muscle tightness.
Post Operative Surgery Treatments
When Kinesiotape is properly applied, the elasticity in the tape gently lifts the skin from the tissues below. This gentle lifting of the skin creates a space to improve blood and lymphatic flow which ultimately helps alleviate pressure, reduce swelling and promote healing.