Pain and injuries can be scary. Rest assured that we are here to help you, and will do everything in our power to deliver you top-quality patient care with evidenced based treatment, combined with a caring staff to get you back on your feet as quickly as possible.
Most people are surprised to learn that research shows that exercise plays a key role in treating and preventing recurring pain. Proper treatment promotes strength, flexibility, and endurance—the three keys to sustained well-being.
Springfield Physical Therapy utilizes a variety of evidence-based techniques to alleviate pain and eliminate dysfunction necessary for functional movement and activity. One of these techniques is dry needling. Dry needling uses a thin filoform needle for stimulating myofascial trigger points and homeostatic points. It can be used in combination with exercise and manual therapy to treat many conditions causing pain and dysfunction.
Springfield Physical Therapy uses many techniques to accomplish our patient’s goals, but hands-on, manual care is at the core of our success. Our treatments are guided by the latest evidence based research and advanced physical therapy training. Through specialized training, we understand when to safely and effectively apply joint manipulation, joint mobilization, soft tissue manipulation, or focused strengthening techniques.
Manual therapy is used to decrease pain and improve the mobility of patients experiencing pain. This approach uses a combination of manipulation/mobilization techniques of joint and soft tissue designed to help patients reduce pain and restore their functional movement