Reduce head pain, neck pain, dizziness, blurred vision, and balance and coordination problems.
BALANCE & DIZZINESS
Assess the cause of your symptoms and get a custom plan for treatment and recovery.
Get relief from migraines, tension headaches, and other problems caused by neck dysfunction.
Getting you back to the field AND the classroom.
A concussion is a traumatic brain injury that can cause dizziness, balance and coordination problems, headaches, mental fogginess, emotional changes, changes in sleep habits and neck pain. When these symptoms linger for more than 7-10 days, physical therapy can help facilitate the healing process and get you back to your life faster.
Our concierge style one-on-one care will guide you through rehabilitation using a variety of techniques, including vestibular rehabilitation, manual techniques such as graston and myofascial release, balance work, and simulated activities specific to your needs to help you recover and get your life back.
Post-concussion physical therapy
Baseline and post-injury testing for teams and individuals
Educational presentations for teams, parents, and coaches
Concussion management for your sports team
Why are you dizzy? Learn more about BPPV
Download our free ebook and learn about some common symptoms and treatment approaches.
Nine out of 10 adults will experience headaches at some point during their lives. Head pain can be caused by many different problems, including neck dysfunctions, TMJ pain, and tight muscles. Our one-on-one care, designed specifically for you, will help reduce or even eliminate head pain caused by the most common types of headaches.
Your physical therapist will assess the source of your problems and empower you with education and an individualized strength, mobility, and flexibility plan.
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A Personal Touch Matters!
Watch Amanda's Story
Amanda was diagnosed with vestibular migraines. She shares her story here, talking about her dizziness symptoms, how vestibular rehabilitation helped her, and advice to other people dealing with vestibular migraines.