At ARC Physical Therapy+, we are known for having the leading physical therapists in the Midwest, certified practitioners who are focused on getting the best possible outcome for each patient while treating them with kindness and respect.
We offer a wide range of techniques to get our patients back to full function, all in a safe, clean and respectful environment.
Benefits of physical therapy:
Physical therapy can help you recover from:
The McKenzie Method
The McKenzie Method, also known as Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment (MDT), can be a great way to assess and treat spinal disorders without months of therapy, expensive equipment, or surgery.
Pain Neuroscience Education
Pain neuroscience education strategies, also known as therapeutic neuroscience education, focuses on teaching patients in pain more about the biological and physiological processes involved in their pain experience, so they can reduce pain and increase function.
Many of our physical therapists are trained on Rapid Release, a tool that uses vibration therapy for treatment of tight, painful muscle groups. The high intensity vibrations are engineered to hyperstimulate muscles in a way that helps them relax and release.
With dry needling, a physical therapist expertly uses a thin filiform needle to penetrate the skin and stimulate underlying myofascial trigger points, muscular, and connective tissues for the management of neuromusculoskeletal pain and movement impairments.
The program is designed for runners (joggers and walkers, too!) of all levels and gives them access to expert assessment and support including an assessment of motion, strength and balance, along with a running gait analysis.
Kinesio taping is a technique used to alleviate general pain, help facilitate muscles, inhibit muscles, or stabilize a lax joint.
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