We’re all familiar with the childhood singalong song, “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes.” It’s an iconic tune that almost every kid learns at a young age. If you’re a parent of young children, you’ve probably sung this song your fair share of times in recent years. If you pause for a moment right now, you can probably hear the melody in your head. But the song does more than explain anatomy to toddlers. It also serves to illustrate some of our services.
Stress loves to accumulate in the head and neck. The C1 vertebra, the first portion of your spine, is called the Atlas for a reason; it holds up your skull. It also allows your head to move. A complex network of muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bones is required to support your head and allow your head and neck to go through a full range of motion, so headaches, migraines, and limited mobility are all common issues. Fortunately, we have treatments for them.
Tendonitis, bursitis, rotator cuff tears, arthritis, and other conditions can create discomfort and severe shoulder pain. 17 muscles attach to the shoulder blade, and each of these points can cause problems for even the healthiest of people. Our team of experts provides state-of-the-art care techniques aimed at prevention and healing for all shoulder injuries.
Pain and instability can often be caused by damage or overuse of the ligaments and cartilage in your knees, such as the meniscus and ACL. In some cases, individuals facing surgery for tears or knee pain can avoid an invasive and expensive operation with physical therapy. Our team of PTs can also get you back on your feet faster after surgery. We recommend consulting with a physical therapist before any surgery, especially of the knee.
Yes, that’s right. We even have treatment for your toes. Well, maybe more for your foot as a whole, but complications like turf toe and broken metatarsals are extremely common, and we can help you get back on your feet — literally.