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Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Treatments

Our physical medicine & rehabilitation specialists diagnose, treat, and prevent pain using hands-on treatments such as physical therapy, chiropractic therapy, active and passive therapies, and acupuncture.

Treatments We Offer

Physical Therapy

Through soft tissue and joint work, taping, braces, ultrasounds, and electric stimulation, our physical therapists work to decrease your pain and inflammation, accelerate your healing, and restore your endurance, strength, and range of motion.

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Chiropractic

Our chiropractors work to diagnose, treat, and prevent mechanical disorders within your musculoskeletal system—especially within your spine. Our extensive chiropractic services include specialized techniques that properly align your body’s musculoskeletal structure—restoring mobility and providing pain relief to your muscles, joints, bones, and connective tissue.

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Acupuncture

Our acupuncture services are used to relieve pain, boost immunity, and treat a wide range of conditions. Acupuncturists use very thin needles at strategic points along the surface of your body—stimulating your nervous system and triggering your natural healing abilities.

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Spinal Decompression

A non-invasive treatment for disc related disorders of the spine and neck, decompression therapy involves gentle tractioning of the spine, which provides significant relief for sciatica, lower back and neck pain, and degenerative, bulging, and herniated discs.

Sports Injury Rehabilitation

Our team of physical therapists, chiropractors, and acupuncturists partner with you to formulate a sport injury recovery program that restores and improves your muscle strength, endurance, flexibility, balance, and sports-specific functionality while reducing pain and inflammation.

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Massage Therapy

Therapeutic and neuromuscular massage therapy aims to alleviate chronic muscle pain and nervous system dysfunction associated with trigger points, poor circulation, nerve compression, postural problems and repetitive movement injuries.

Active & Passive Therapies

Your healing process may involve a combination of active therapies (those in which you are an active participant) and passive therapies (those that do not require physical effort from you). When you’re experiencing pain or limited mobility, it may not be possible for you to participate in active therapies—such as motion, resistance, and strengthening exercises—right away. Passive therapies, like therapeutic massage, reduce pain levels so that you can begin participating in active therapies.

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Whole Body Vibration

Whole-body vibration (WBV) has a myriad of benefits—with improvements in pain, inflammation, muscle strength, flexibility, balance, circulation, skin tone, coordination, and bone density among its many advantages. This therapeutic treatment utilizes a machine attached to a vibrating platform upon which you sit, stand, or lie. Harnessing your body’s natural response to vibrations, WBV treatments stimulate 25-50 muscle contractions per second. An impactful therapy, WBV has proven beneficial during rehabilitation after injury, illness, or surgery.

Kinesio Taping

Kinesio taping is a therapeutic taping technique that uses a specialized stretchy, medical-grade adhesive designed to mimic your skin’s elasticity. When Kinesio tape is applied to your body, it gently lifts your skin—creating a microscopic space between your skin and underlying tissues. Benefiting your joints, muscles, ligaments, and your lymphatic and circulatory systems, Kinesio taping reduces pain and inflammation, prevents injury, optimizes athletic performance, enhances circulation, and supports your body’s natural healing process.

Conditions We Treat

The list of conditions below merely scratches the surface of what we treat, and is not all-encompassing. If you don’t see your condition among those listed, don’t worry. Reach out to the location nearest you and our teams will connect you with your local Anodyne expert.  

Knee Injury & Pain

Back & Neck Pain

Arthritis

Headaches & Migraines

Nerve Pain, Numbness, Tingling

Personal Injury & Auto Accidents

Athletic Recovery & Performance

Knee Injury & Pain

Swelling, stiffness, redness, weakness, popping or cracking noises, and the inability to straighten your knee are all signs and symptoms of knee injury and pain.

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Back & Neck Pain

One of the most common reasons for doctor’s visits, pain from back and neck aches, muscle strains, or ruptured discs may be concentrated in your back or neck regions or may radiate down your legs.

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Arthritis

When joint cartilage breaks down, you may experience swelling, pain, stiffness, tenderness, and decreased range in motion—with symptoms most commonly felt in the feet, hands, hips, knees, and lower back.

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Headaches & Migraines

One of the most common pain conditions, headaches may cause pain in your head, face, upper neck, and shoulders, and range from mild and short-lived to severe and debilitating.

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Nerve Pain, Numbness, Tingling

Severe pain, numbness, tingling, weakness, and burning are hallmark symptoms of nerve damage or dysfunction.

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Personal Injury & Auto Accidents

The significant, and often violent, forces of a car crash can cause tremendous damage to your body as it’s slammed, crushed, bent, and twisted—with some of the most serious injuries not immediately visible or apparent without medical care.

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Athletic Recovery & Performance

Each athletic injury has its own set of symptoms and complications, and is typically caused by trauma or overuse of a muscle or joint.

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