Neurological disorders are caused by the body’s nervous system and can include headaches, migraines, neuralgia, post-operative pain, and stroke residuals. They usually result from damage or abnormalities to the brain and spinal cord, as well as physical injury. We offer a range of therapies that can effectively treat neurological disabilities as well as improve the quality of a person’s life.
Musculo-Skeletal disorders affect the muscles, nerves, joints, and bones of the body. More common causes of the disorder are traumatic injuries, sports injuries, or strains and sprains. Physical therapy or mobilization can help pain manage and treat Musculo-Skeletal disorders, including muscle spasms, sciatica, and disc problems. Our techniques ensure speedy recoveries.
A woman’s reproductive system can prompt physical and emotional changes to her body. A few examples are PMS, cramps, anxiety, stress, and nervousness. Treatment can relieve these symptoms as well as prevent more serious types of disorders from developing, like the unusual absence of menstruation, otherwise known as Amenorrhea, and a more painful type of cramp, known as Dysmenorrhea.
Women's Health Issues
Women’s five main health issues include heart disease, osteoporosis, depression, and autoimmune diseases. Specialized types of physical therapy can benefit women with various health conditions and act as preventative measures against these conditions. Each individual woman is treated after careful evaluation. Therapy promotes and enhances a woman’s health throughout her entire lifespan.
Digestive disorders are diseases of the liver and digestive tract, including the stomach, duodenum, gallbladder, biliary tract, pancreas, small intestine, and colon. Digestion is the process of breaking food and drink down into nutrients in order for your body to absorb and use as energy. It’s important to diagnose and treat any digestive disorder to prevent any type of harm or disruption to this process.
Respiratory & Immune Disorders
Respiratory disorders affect the upper respiratory tract, trachea, bronchi, bronchioles, alveoli, pleura and pleural cavity, and the nerves and muscles of breathing. They range from the common cold to life-threatening diseases, including bacterial pneumonia. In order for your blood to receive oxygen and deliver it to all the parts of your body, your respiratory system must be healthy. Immune disorders cause your body to produce antibodies that attack its own tissue instead of fighting infection. Treatment for immune disorders focuses on reducing immune system activity.
Fatigue can result from many causes, including anemia, diabetes, depression, sleep apnea, menopause, and heart disease. The treatment for fatigue depends on your specific condition, since it’s an underlying symptom of a physical or psychological disorder. Acupuncture and massage can relieve many nonlife-threatening cases of fatigue.
Insomnia is a sleeping disorder that causes difficulty in falling asleep and staying asleep, and can often disrupt your work performance during the day. A specialized form of physical therapy, also known as relaxation training, will teach you how to tense and relax muscles in specific parts of the body in order to induce sleep. Breathing exercises, mindfulness, and meditation techniques can help you fall and stay asleep throughout the night, ensuring a healthier quality of life.