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Our Physical Rehab department is comprised of professionals with extensive knowledge and training in anatomy, physiology, and the biomechanics of the body. We know how to help you get out of pain and back in action. Our therapists use a hands-on approach in conjunction with specific modalities as needed. The most commonly used therapeutic procedures/modalities are:
Manual (hands-on) Therapy: Consists of myofascial release techniques, stretching of restricted structures and specific strengthening of weak muscles, soft tissue and joint mobilization/ manipulation, muscle energy and Mulligan techniques. We help restore your back, neck, or other painful areas to the youthful pain-free resilience.
Pain Management: Use of moist heat, cryotherapy, ultrasound, decompression traction, electrical stimulation, cold laser and massage.
Therapeutic Exercises: Customized for each condition including strengthening, stabilizing, and stretching restricted structures to restore normal pain-free range of motion. The exercises improve movement and proper muscle balance.
Postural Corrections: This addresses behavior modification, postural exercise, and self-awareness. We concentrate on correcting musculoskeletal derangements.
Home Management Program: A short and detailed home exercise program corresponding to the appropriate stage of condition, including the do's and don'ts of self-management.
At Crossroads Wellness & Rehab, our Physical Rehab department treats common problems and conditions ranging from sprains and strains, to headaches, back disorders, sports injuries and sports medicine, tendonitis and spinal conditions (such as scoliosis, spinal stenosis, herniated discs of the cervical spine) or lower back (lumbar spine), post-operative surgery, sciatica and acute and chronic pain.
We also treat most orthopedic conditions including arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, chondromalacia patella, ACL and PCL knee reconstruction, meniscus/ ligament injuries, fractures, gait abnormalities, cervical and lumbar radiculapathy (pain that travels to either the arms or legs), adhesive capsulitis, rotator cuff tear, reflex dystrophy and de Quervain's syndrome.
We offer Chiropractic services from our board certified chiropractor. While receiving treatment from the physical rehab team, you will be instructed on how to use your body properly to gain strength and mobility to prevent recurring injuries. The providers work closely with our Chiropractor, your referring physician, and other members of our health care team.