Therapy Techniques

Physical Therapy

  • Education and information about your condition, treatment program, and home exercises
  • Manual therapy techniques to improve range of motion and flexibility in your joints
  • Ultrasound
  • Gentle, low-level electrical stimulation
  • Integrative functional treatment — this makes your therapy part of the movements and activities of your daily life at home and work
  • Trigger point dry needling — this technique deactivates or relaxes knotted, tense, and painful areas in your muscles
  • Vestibular therapy
  • Home exercise program — no treatment is complete without the exercises you do on your own at home!

 

Occupational Therapy

  • Custom splinting and functional, dynamic splinting for post-surgery protection
  • Casts for playing sports
  • Wound care for an injury or after surgery
  • Joint protection
  • Exercise and strengthening programs
  • Modalities such as electrical stimulation and ultrasound
  • Home exercise programsThis is a partial list of the methods we can use to help you.

If you have questions about our techniques or your home exercise program, please ask your therapist. We want you to be fully informed so you can participate actively in your recovery from injury or surgery!

 

Our Gyms & Treatment Rooms

We have large, well-equipped gyms and private treatment rooms.

Gyms are located at both the Fort Collins and Loveland clinics. Our equipment includes machines and devices that can help you with strength training, proprioceptive* exercises, and cardiovascular workouts.

Our treatment rooms at both clinics allow your therapist to work with you in a more private setting.

*Proprioception refers to your sense of your body’s effort and how it is moving, including how one part of your body is moving in relation to another, for ex., your arm in relationship to your hand. Proprioception is one of the body’s sensory abilities.