During your initial comprehensive evaluation,
experienced ProActive physical therapists will get to know you as
a person and will learn your specific needs and goals. This evaluation
is designed to find the root causes to your current issue or injury.
Skilled treatment will begin on your first day and your progress will
be continually monitored over a series of sessions to assist you back
to maximized function as quickly as possible.
ProActive therapists communicate directly
with your referring surgeon to ensure the proper care plan coordination
and optimal outcome and recovery.
ProActive physical therapists find root causes and
enable you to take control of your pain by implementing self-correction
exercises and stretches for you to apply at home.
Our therapists utilize a number of soft tissue techniques
such as release techniques, inhibition holds, neural and joint mobilizations,
activation techniques and traction to relieve pain and to improve functionality.
We also utilize a variety of modalities. dynamic movement assessments: The team
at ProActive is experienced with assessing individual movement patterns to detect
weaknesses that could cause future injury. Our staff will work with you to develop
personalized corrective strategies to manage these areas of concern. These exercises
will allow you to prevent further injury and will increase your activity levels.
Working alongside the department of physical therapy, our massage sessions are structured to meet the needs of each client. Massage treatments combine the modalities of healing arts from both Eastern and Western schools of thought, enhancing the body in the way it was intended to function.
Acupuncture is an ancient medical therapy that is aimed at naturally promoting health and alleviating sickness by restoring the energetic balance of the body. This is achieved through the stimulation of very specific anatomical points, known as acupuncture points. To stimulate these points very thin, hair-like, sterile needles are superficially inserted into the skin. Acupuncture is a natural complement to physical therapy and we're delighted to expand our array of services.