At Restoration Physical Therapy, our approach to rehabilitation is unique in that we place a high value on manual therapy and one on one treatment. Patients are seen one on one by a skilled, licensed therapist every visit. We take the time to perform a thorough structural/systems evaluation and then create a treatment plan that includes manual therapy, structure specific exercise, and patient education.
All of these things contribute to excellent outcomes, decreasing recovery time, and in many cases, frequency of visits as well. We also emphasize good communication with our referral sources providing regular progress notes and prompt phone response when necessary. We are accustomed to a very diverse patient population including industrial injury, spinal injury, chronic pain diagnosis, athletic injury, and many other conditions.
Common diagnoses that we treat include but are NOT limited to:
Low back pain (degenerative or acute injury)
Neck pain (with or without radiculopathy)
Knee and hip osteoarthritis,
Post surgical management (Total Knee, Total Hip, Total Shoulder Replacements, etc)
Rotator cuff (strains or repairs)
Lateral or medial epicondylitis
Below is a more detailed list of our services.
Manual therapy is the skilled application of hands on techniques used to evaluate and treat the neuromuscular system. Our method includes the integration of manual therapy approaches such as muscle energy techniques, positional release, myofascial release, Graston technique, craniosacral therapy, dry needling and manipulation/mobilization. In addition to this, we use the more traditional physical therapy approaches, such as the use of passive modalities including ultrasound, interferential stimulation, iontophoresis, phonophoresis, traction and vasopneumatic compression.
Dry needling is a form of therapy in which fine needles, without medication or injection are inserted into myofascial trigger points (painful knots in muscles), tendons, ligaments, or near nerves in order to stimulate a healing response in painful musculoskeletal conditions. Research has supported the use of dry needling to reduce pain and muscle tension, and facilitate normal movement and rehabilitation.
Concerning exercise, an emphasis is placed on body awareness and proper execution of personalized patient exercise programs to achieve optimal muscle balance and structural alignment. Patients are taught to use manual biofeedback to improve effectiveness of home exercise programs. Patients are given detailed written explanations and pictures of their home exercise program for future reference, as needed.
Staying up to date with the most cutting edge technology, RPT has invested in a class IV laser. This laser is able to penetrate deeper, treat larger areas of tissue, and is considered a higher-powered laser than other outdated class 3 models. Its therapeutic benefits include: reduce pain, inflammation and acceleration of tissue healing. The power of this device enables us to deliver effective treatment to numerous tissues to facilitate recovery.
This program combines speed and agility training, with balanced coordination training, static and dynamic strengthening. We combine the latest technology with the latest research to get superior results. Athletes are shaving tenths of seconds off their sprint times, and making incredible gains in traditional lifts, such as bench press, squat, and dead lift.
Mechanical Traction is non-surgical procedure used to provide decompression of the low back and neck to specifically relieve radiating arm and leg pain. Ask your therapist if you feel you may benefit from this treatment modality
We have a certified massage therapist on staff who specializes in orthopedic/medical massage to supplement physical therapy intervention and provide wellness maintenance to prevent symptom reoccurrence. These treatments are also utilized to ensure patients receive skilled treatment while combating high insurance deductibles.
For massage appointment availability contact Donnie Rexroat at Rexcheer@aol.com