Foot & Ankle Injuries

Overuse, Plantar Fasciitis, Peroneal Tendonitis, and more are all common injuries that can have a drastic impact on training and general well-being. Whether treatment requires custom orthotics, steroid shots, or active isolated stretching, our team will help your body’s base get back to normal.

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Knee Injuries

You don’t have to be an athlete to fall prey to knee injuries. While runners, golfers, and other current or former athletes are susceptible to ligament tears, Plica Syndrome, and more, even normal mobility can trigger an overuse injury. Helping you regain mobility is our top priority.

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Upper Body Injuries

Neck, shoulder, or spinal, upper body injuries can cause extreme discomfort and decreased mobility. Thankfully, many of these injuries can be improved with non-invasive treatment. Our team will partner with you to determine the best way to get you feeling your best.

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Hip & Lower Back Injuries

Hip and lower back injuries are one of the leading causes of chronic pain. Pulsing pain that radiates through the lower extremities can stop healthy mobility in its tracks, impact sleep, spark mood swings, and more. We’ll work to develop a personalized plan to tackle the core cause of your pain head on.

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Pulled Muscles

Overstretched muscles can occur during normal daily activities like sudden heavy lifting, recreational sports, or while performing simple work tasks. If you’ve been struggling with a torn or overextended muscle, our team can help with active isolated stretching or targeted restorative movements.

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Running Injuries

Running injuries can happen to anyone, but if you run at elevated speeds or increased distances, the chances of this happening can increase. It's important to remember the impact adjusting any existing routine can have on your body. Our sports medicine specialists will work with you to create a detailed plan for your specific needs. This can include physical therapy and athletic training services.

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