Neck

There are many factors that can result in neck pain including a direct injury. Your Physical Therapist will do a comprehensive examination to evaluate the source of your specific issue and develop a functional based rehabilitative program for what you are going through aimed at returning you to the highest level of function. They will take the time to explain their findings and the treatment plan they have developed specifically for you. A treatment program for neck conditions may include:

Common sources or neck pathology include:

  • Myofascial pain
  • Cervical spinal stenosis
  • Arthritis
  • Muscular spasms
  • Cervical disc pathology
  • Whiplash associated disorders after trauma
  • Muscle imbalances
  • Scapular dyskinesis

Headaches & Migraines

Headaches and migraines can be very limiting to a person’s function and can be caused by multiple factors. Inspired PT’s therapist will do a comprehensive examination to evaluate the source of your problem and develop a functional based rehabilitative program aimed at returning you to the highest level of function. They will take the time to explain their findings and the treatment plan they have developed specifically for you. A treatment program for headaches and migraines may include:

  • Manual therapy (Graston/IASTM, joint mobilizations, strain-counter strain, myofascial release techniques, traction, kinesiotaping, massage, etc)
  • Modalities (heat, ice, electrode therapy)
  • ROM/mobility exercise
  • Strengthening exercises
  • Education and home exercise program
  • Breathing techniques

Common symptoms associated with headache or migraine

  • Fatigue
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Head, eye, neck, face pain
  • Light and noise sensitivity
  • Ringing in the ears
  • Nausea
  • Visual disturbances

TMJ Dysfunction

Dysfunction of the jaw, or temporomandibular joint, can be very limiting to a person’s function and can be caused by multiple factors. Inspired PT’s therapist will do a comprehensive examination to evaluate the source of your problem and develop a functional based rehabilitative program aimed at returning you to the highest level of function. They will take the time to explain their findings and the treatment plan they have developed specifically for you. A treatment program for TMJ may include:

  • Manual therapy (Graston/IASTM, joint mobilizations, strain-counter strain, myofascial release techniques, traction, kinesiotaping, massage, etc)
  • Modalities (heat, ice, electrode therapy)
  • ROM/mobility exercise
  • Strengthening exercises
  • Education and home exercise program
  • Breathing techniques 

Common symptoms associated with TMJ dysfunction

  • Difficulty opening mouth
  • Clicking, popping, grinding
  • Jaw pain
  • Headaches

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