Services Provided - Aries Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy Evaluation
60-75 minute session that covers the history of your injury, testing of the surrounding structures to determine what is at fault, formation of a comprehensive and specific plan, initial intervention with manual techniques and foundational corrective exercises to begin healing process and formation of Home Exercise Program (HEP) for client to do on non-therapy days.
Physical Therapy Treatment Session
45-60 minute session of manual therapy, evidence-based modalities and exercise specifically designed for you and your unique injury
Injury Prevention Session
This type of session consists of corrective movements and training in order to address deficits that could lead to injury. Manual therapy and exercise will be used in conjunction to address the underlying issues that could put you at risk for future injury. These sessions are also utilized with those who have recovered from injury and want to reduce the risk of suffering that injury again.
Individual or grouped services targeted at promoting recovery in the active individual. The main goal of these sessions is to help mitigate the wear and tear of weekly activity that leads to soreness, stiffness and fatigue. These sessions are utilized frequently on rest days in order to maximize the effects of those days.
Performance Training Session
This type of session consists of advanced movement and technique training in the fields of balance, power, agility, speed, coordination and sport/activity specific tasks in order to strengthen any weak links in the chain and create a well-rounded performer. These sessions are designed to improve you beyond your baseline abilities whether you are a professional athlete or a 90-year-old grandmother who wants to pick up her grandchildren with greater ease.
Dry needling is a treatment method, approved for use by physical therapists, to treat many types of pain, injuries and conditions. It is an invasive treatment technique where a needle is used to break the skin in order to get to the desired/injured tissue to create a response at the chemical and cellular level. Once the needle is inserted it is manually and/or electrically stimulated in order to elicit the desired tissue response. Treatments can last 20 to 45 minutes, depending on the area and injury type.