Physiotherapy

We want to help maximize your quality of life through diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation. Our physiotherapy techniques can help improve your physical, psychological, emotional, and social well being.


Techniques

Microlight Laser

Cold lasers have been in medical use for over 30 years and have a long record of successful clinical studies demonstrating medical efficacy and safety.  Our Microlight Laser® produces infrared (invisible) laser light at the 830 nm wavelength and is the most powerful laser device in the market. Learn More

VaxD

VAX-D is a non-invasive treatment for acute or chronic back pain and radicular pain and symptoms (leg pain and numbness) from herniated or degenerated discs and posterior facet syndrome. Patients who have had back surgery and continue to have pain (Failed Back Syndrome) may also benefit from VAX-D. Learn More

Digital EMS

The application of pain-free EMS (electro muscle stimulation) can help relax muscle spasms, prevent and retard muscle atrophy (due to lack of use), and increase blood circulation to a particular area. Also, it can help with muscle re-education, as well as maintaining or increasing range of motion.

Myopulse and Acuscope

The Electro-Acuscope & Myopulse therapy represents a dynamic concept in healing. Its high degree of effectiveness in pain relief and promotion of healing is based upon a series of electric & electromagnetic manipulations of the patient's tissues.

The development of the Electric-Acuscope & Myopulse therapy is based on space-age computer technology intended for non-invasive control of pain without the use of needles or gross amounts of electricity.

Saunders Cervical Traction

The Saunders Cervical provides unparalleled traction therapy and is an alternative to long-term clinical care. Cervical traction is delivered in the supine position and the angle is adjustable from 15 to 25 degrees. The Saunders Cervical Traction device greatly enhances patient compliance and satisfaction, and provides a comfortable and effective treatment in reducing radicular symptoms associated with cervical disc herniation.

Therapeutic Ultrasound

This type of stimulation appears to enhance the cell-repair effects of the inflammatory response. Therapeutic ultrasound is recommended for muscle as well as joint pain.