Manual Therapy

Manual Therapy

At Rehabletics, we pride ourselves on our hands-on manual therapy approach, a cornerstone of our treatment philosophy. Our skilled therapists employ advanced techniques such as joint mobilizations, utilizing the Mulligan concept, to effectively address joint dysfunction and enhance movement. Alongside this, we incorporate myofascial release methods to target and alleviate tension in the connective tissues, promoting optimal muscle function and pain relief. This personalized, hands-on approach ensures that each session is tailored to meet the specific needs of our clients, facilitating faster recovery and long-term wellness. By integrating a variety of manual therapy techniques, we’re committed to delivering comprehensive care that fosters mobility, reduces pain, and helps our clients achieve their athletic and functional goals.

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manual Therapy

At Rehabletics, we blend the Graston Technique® with RockTape’s RockBlades philosophy to address a wide range of pain-related conditions, including chronic, acute, and post-surgical issues. Our approach combines the use of specially crafted stainless steel instruments, known for their unique treatment edges and angles from Graston Technique®, with the precision and versatility of RockBlades. This integrated method allows us to effectively target and treat all soft tissue conditions and fascial restrictions.

The synergy of Graston Technique® and RockBlades in our therapy sessions not only accelerates your recovery process but also enhances joint and muscle mobility, promotes healing of strains and sprains, effectively addresses scar tissue post-surgery, reduces pain, and restores your overall function. Our goal is to bring you back to full vitality and enable you to relish life without limitations.

Conditions treated:

  • Rotator Cuff Tears: Common in throwing and racket sports.
  • Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries: Frequent in sports with sudden stops or changes in direction.
  • Meniscus Tears: Often occurring in sports involving twisting movements.
  • Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis): Common in racket sports and activities involving repetitive arm motion.
  • Golfer’s Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis): Similar to tennis elbow but affects the inside of the elbow.
  • Low back pain
  • Achilles Tendinitis: Common in runners and sports involving jumping.
  • Ankle Sprains: Widespread across various sports, particularly in basketball and soccer.
  • Hamstring Strain: Often seen in runners and sports with explosive sprinting.
  • Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome: Also known as runner’s knee, common in sports with repetitive knee bending.
  • Plantar Fasciitis: Common in runners and athletes who put a lot of pressure on their feet.
  • Hip Bursitis: Frequently seen in runners or athletes in contact sports.
  • Shin Splints: Common in runners, dancers, and military recruits.
  • Lower Back Pain: Can occur in athletes from various sports due to overuse or improper technique.
  • Shoulder Impingement: Common in swimming, tennis, and overhead sports.
  • Stress Fractures.