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Treatment techniques/procedures

The therapists at Synergy Physical Therapy have perfected specific exercises and manual procedures to assist patients during the deconstruction and reconstruction phases of their rehabilitation, and encourage total body reformation.

Utilizing manual therapy in the deconstruction phase, our clinicians begin by safely loosening tissue to induce muscle relaxation, improve joint mobility and facilitate contractile and non-contractile tissue repair. From there, we coach patients through corrective exercises to encourage flexibility, strength, balance, and neural control.

Shortly thereafter comes whole-body reconstruction. During this phase, we take the foundation that we started to lay during the deconstruction phase and apply these concepts to more functional and activity-specific movements and exercises. Over time, patients earn restored natural synergistic patterns as a result of high repetition training with perfect body mechanics and control.

Below are just a few of the techniques we use for treatment:

- Dry Needling
- Functional training
- Gait training
- Joint mobilizations
- McConnell and Kinesio-Taping
- Movement analysis
- Muscle energy techniques
- Myofascial release (direct and indirect)

- Postural evaluation and correction
- Proprioceptive / Balance training
- Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Reeducation
- Running re-education
- Therapeutic exercise
- Soft Tissue Mobilization
- And more.

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Services

Areas of Expertise

At Synergy Physical Therapy, we provide a number of comprehensive and outpatient orthopedic services to ensure a balanced and full recovery. Our areas of expertise combined with our unique training approach, helps patients identify and overcome their physical limitations to avoid future injuries. From chronic pain and broken bones to ligament tears and pulled muscles, our therapists prepare the body for an active, healthy life.

Conditions we treat include:

- Acute and chronic pain
- Acute and chronic joint conditions
- Fractures and dislocations (with or without hardware)
- Tendonitis (traumatic or acquired)
- Workers’ compensation
- Post laminectomy syndrome (failed back surgery syndrome)
- Muscle and ligament tears, strains, imbalances
- Gait dysfunctions (limping)
- Lumbar-pelvic dysfunctions
- And more

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