Neuromuscular Reeducation Exercises for neuromuscular reeducation are part of a therapeutic technique that addresses various adverse conditions that arise from faulty nerve and muscle activities. The exercises are particularly beneficial for unhealthy movement patterns that persist after an injury. Neuromuscular reeducation exercises can help you achieve a variety of goals, which include improving balance, coordination, posture and proprioception. This therapeutic technique aims to restore natural and energy-efficient movement patterns, optimize joint biomechanics and reduce pain that may result from neuromuscular deficiencies.
Ultrasound Therapy has been shown to cause increases in tissue relaxation, local blood flow, and scar tissue breakdown. The effect of increased local blood flow can be used to help reduce local swelling and chronic inflammation. Ultrasound can also be used to achieve phonophoresis. This is a non-invasive way of administering medications to tissues below the skin; perfect for patients who are uncomfortable with injections.
EMS is a process through which low-level electrical currents are used to stimulate muscles. This form of treatment is often used for acute, chronic, or post-operative injuries and helps reduce swelling and inflammation; thus decreasing pain and speeding up the healing process.
STM is comprised of multiple techniques designed to influence musculature, connective tissue (such as ligaments and tendons), and the nervous system. The techniques can range from light strokes for lymphatic drainage, to very strong applications such as neuro muscular technique for breaking down fibrotic tissue. STM has reported benefits of improving muscle and organ function, increasing endorphin production, and enhancing venous return and lymphatic drainage.
FAKTR is an instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization technique that incorporates functional motion and treatment of the kinetic chain while various forms of rehab techniques are used at the same time. It can treat both acute and chronic muscle skeletal conditions as well as many post-surgical conditions. A few conditions that may benefit from FAKTR include sports injuries, ligament sprains, muscle strains, fascial restrictions (plantar fasciitis, ITB syndrome, etc.), myofascial pain syndromes, adhesive capsulitis, and shin splints. Post-surgical patients can benefit from scar tissue mobilization and reduction.
RRT uses Targeted High Speed Vibration to penetrate deep into tissue. The frequency of the RRT treatment triggers the tonic vibration reflex (TVR) which helps release tension. Sessions are quick and comfortable with lasting results.