At Revolution Physical Therapy & Wellness, your goals are our goals! We utilize a variety of treatment techniques and interventions to help you meet your goals. We are able to treat a variety of diagnoses, listed below:
Orthopedic Diagnoses including
Low back (lumbar) pain
Neck (cervical) pain
Muscular sprains and strains
Post-surgical orthopedic care including:
Neurological Diagnoses including
Parkinson’s Disease (PWR! program)
Functional Neurological Disorder
Vestibular Diagnoses including:
BPPV/Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo
Safety, Wellness and Preventative Care Training including:
Transfer training for client, caregiver and/or family
Falls awareness and training
Home safety assessment
Exercise training via continuity program
What else can we do?
Additional specialized treatment techniques utilized:
Dry needling is a treatment technique used to relieve and treat muscular pain. It is safe and effective, using acupuncture needles to provide relief to areas that patients perceive as “tight” or areas with “trigger points.” This technique can be helpful, when paired with other active forms of treatment, to improve symptoms from acute and chronic injuries to a variety of areas. It is commonly used for headaches, back pain, hip pain and areas with muscle spasms or strains.
Soft tissue mobilization/manipulation
Soft tissue mobilization and manipulation is a treatment technique that incorporates varying degrees of manual pressure to decrease tension, improve soft tissue extensibility and promote relaxation. When paired with other active forms of treatment, it can improve healing time and range of motion as well as pain levels. Patients also report that this technique can decrease areas of “tightness” or “trigger points” that normally interfere with movement.
Parkinson’s Wellness Recovery (PWR!) are a set of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) specific exercises designed to target a skill or issue that is known to be impacted by the PD process. PWR! Moves are fun and can be individualized so it does not matter what level of functionality you are! They will help mitigate your symptoms and rebuild functionality through seated, supine (on your back), prone (on your stomach), standing, and quadruped (on hands and knees) exercises.
PD impacts each person differently so it’s important that you utilize a program that targets your symptoms… and that’s exactly what PWR! does!