People are attracted to Balanced Body Rehab's licensed physical therapists because of our holistic approach and our system-based treatment methods that get our patients better, faster. BBR physical therapists are experts at finding the "driver" of a condition. Our patients appreciate getting a treatment plan that addresses their immediate symptoms but also combats the root cause of their condition for long-lasting results.
What does physical therapy look like at Balanced Body Rehab?
- Comfortable atmosphere, one-on-one sessions, 25 or 50 minutes in duration
- Private treatment rooms and clean gym area
What will my first session be like?
- Step 1: We listen closely and collect head to toe information about you.
- Step 2: Full structural and Movement Analysis using video and Posture Screen.
- Step 3: Evaluation of EACH specific complaint area with identification of the muscle, bone, or nerve-based cause of the condition.
- Step 4: Discuss a treatment plan for success with you
- Step 5: If appropriate, we will start treatment on day 1 to make the changes you desire!
How many sessions will I need?
- That depends on a variety of factors regarding your condition and goals but most of our patients report feeling much better in 1- 6 sessions.
How frequently will I need to attend?
- We will work with you on your needs but most of our patients only come to our office once per week so that they have time to work on their corrective home program between sessions.
What does a typical session involve?
- Our therapy experts have a large "toolbox" of techniques to fix you up.
- In general, we usually start with hands-on Manual Therapy (joint or soft-tissue mobilization)
- Followed by extensive education on how to correct movement or posture problems
- And we conclude sessions with corrective exercise instructions with handouts and video tutorials for optimal retention of the information.
What conditions do you treat?
- Tendon Ruptures
Muscle Injury / Disorders:
- Muscle Bruises, Contusions
- Muscle Contractures
- Muscle Ruptures
- Muscle Spasms
- Myofascial Pain
- Neck Pain
- Low Back Pain
Joint Injuries / Disorders:
- Ligament Injuries
Dysfunction Arising from Inflammatory Conditions:
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Epicondylitis (tennis/golfer's elbow)
- Plantar Fasciitis
Neurological Injury / Disorders:
- Prolapsed/ Bulging Disk
- Ruptured Disk
- Crush Injuries/Neuritis