Restorative Modalities

Restorative Modalities

Restorative modalities are a form of treatment used to help individuals gain balance, manage pain, and regain physical abilities. These therapies use both physical and psychological methods to aid in healing. From gentle yoga stretches to talk therapy, these modalities are designed to help people heal from trauma or illness by restoring the body and mind. By addressing each individual's unique needs, restorative modalities provide a holistic approach to healthcare that can be incredibly effective for many people. If you've been feeling stuck on your journey towards wellness, restorative modalities may be the right choice for you.

Restorative Modalities include the following:

Heat penetration via hot packs, heating pads, infrared, ultrasound and hydrotherapy resulting in pain relief, and improve localized blood flow. These treatments are generally used on patients with subacute and chronic conditions, to reduce pain, muscle spasms, via relaxing the skeletal muscles and decreased joint stiffness.

Therapeutic heat penetration may not be something you hear about every day, but the reality is that it is one of the most effective methods for relieving pain and creating relaxation in the body. It works by working below the surface of the skin, allowing deep-heated penetration to reach muscles and relax them to ease discomfort.

Therapeutic heat penetration works by incorporating both infrared and thermal energy technologies. This combination allows for greater comfort and deeper treatments than what can typically be achieved with traditional heating methods. Through this process, heat penetrates deeper into the body’s tissues and muscles, providing relief from muscle strain and stiffness.

Heat penetration therapy has been used for centuries and is now a popular alternative to more invasive treatments such as surgery. It also doesn’t require any kind of medication or supplements, making it a safe and all-natural way to relieve pain. In fact, many people report feeling immediate relief after their first session.

Whether you suffer from chronic pain, arthritis, sports injuries, or other ailments, therapeutic heat penetration could help you find much-needed relief. Consult your healthcare provider to discuss if it’s the right choice for your specific needs.

Cold dispersion is conducted by way of cold packs, ice massage, cold baths, vapocoolant sprays, and cold compression units. These modalities lower local tissue temperature to decrease pain, blood flow, edema, inflammation, muscle spasm, and metabolic demand. Indicated for treating conditions such as  acute inflammation and edema, spasticity, pain, arthritis, bursitis, muscle strain and ligament sprain, muscle spasm, and myofascial trigger points.

Cold Dispersion Therapy is a unique and powerful method for providing pain relief. Developed by leading medical professionals, this revolutionary technique uses cold temperatures to target deep tissue and reduce inflammation in the body. By cooling the area of injury or discomfort, cold dispersion therapy helps relieve soreness, improve flexibility, and increase mobility.

Unlike traditional treatments like ice packs or heat therapy, cold dispersion therapy has the unique ability to penetrate more deeply into the layers of tissue beneath the skin. This allows it to target the source of pain, rather than just masking the symptoms. To ensure the highest level of effectiveness, doctors utilize ice, gel packs, and other cold temperature devices to administer treatments with precision and accuracy.

The effects of cold dispersion therapy are almost instantaneous. Patients who have used this method report feeling significantly less pain just minutes after treatment begins. The most common areas treated include back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, and ankle pain. In addition to providing relief from these painful conditions, cold dispersion therapy can also help reduce swelling and stiffness caused by arthritis.

If you're looking for an effective and safe way to manage your pain, then cold dispersion therapy could be the perfect solution for you. With just one session, you can experience welcome relief from tightness and soreness. It's no wonder why so many people choose this cutting-edge technique for managing their chronic pain.

Light therapy such as LED uses low powered light frequencies to produce a response in the tissue with the purpose of stimulating fibroblast function and accelerating connective tissue repair. Advantageous for treating decrease acute and chronic pain and inflammation, stimulate collagen metabolism and promote wound healing.

Light therapy is an exciting new approach to improving mental and physical health. It has helped many people feel better, be more productive, and enjoy life more fully. Talk to Dr. Phillips to find out if light therapy may be right for you!

Hydrotherapy, such as hydroculator heat packs and hot towels used for pain relief, increase local blood flow, metabolism and elasticity of connective tissues.

Hydrotherapy is an incredible healing tool that has been used for centuries. With its wide range of benefits, it's no wonder more and more people are turning to this ancient therapy to find relief from pain, stress, and other conditions.

Are you looking for a new way to take care of your body? Fluidotherapy is an innovative form of therapy that can provide relief from pain, improve range of motion, and reduce tension throughout the body.

Fluidotherapy uses a combination of warm water, air, and essential oils to provide a deep level of relaxation to the muscles and joints. Through the use of pressurized jets, these elements combine to create an invigorating massage that is known to have both physical and mental benefits.

The physical benefits of Fluidotherapy are numerous. It can help to alleviate soreness and stiffness in the joints and muscles, as well as promote healing after an injury. With regular sessions of Fluidotherapy, many people experience increased flexibility better posture, and improved overall muscle tone.

But the effects of Fluidotherapy don't just stop at the physical level; it also provides numerous mental benefits as well. The relaxing environment created by the warm water and aromatherapy helps to alleviate stress and anxiety, while the massage-like effects can give you a sense of calm and peace.

No matter what type of issues you're dealing with - physical or mental - Fluidotherapy offers a unique and effective way to take care of your body. So if you're looking for something new to try, why not give Fluidotherapy a shot? You might just be surprised by how much it can do for you!

Electrotherapies, such as ultrasound, radial shockwave therapy and transcutaneous nerve stimulation (TENS) is used to stimulate nerve or muscle via electrodes. This is beneficial for acute and chronic pain, neuromuscular disease, joint effusion and edema, disuse muscle atrophy, wound and bone healing.

Although electrotherapy has been around for centuries, it has become increasingly popular in recent years due to advances in technology. Today, there are several different types of electrotherapy treatments available, including transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) and neuromodulation. Each type works differently and offers its own set of benefits and risks.

TENS involves sending small electric currents through electrodes placed on the body. This helps reduce pain by blocking pain signals sent from the nerves to the brain. Neuromodulation techniques, such as transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), use magnetic fields to influence brain activity and help treat mental health issues like depression and PTSD.

For those who want to take a more hands-on approach to their health, electrotherapy can be an excellent choice. It’s safe, non-invasive, and typically doesn’t have any side effects. But it’s important to speak with a doctor or therapist to decide which type of electrotherapy best meets your needs. With the right method and support, electrotherapy can provide lasting relief from pain, stress, and other medical conditions.

Assistive devices, including but not limited to exercise balls, thera-bands, lacrosse balls, all for the purpose of preventing, correcting and alleviating a physical disability.