Trauma and rehabilitation
Traumas may occur unexpectedly in a variety of daily or sporting activities. E.g sprains, tears, subluxations, dislocations, contusions, fractures etc. Luckily the physical therapists at Reakt can help with promoting faster healing and avoid compensatory movement patterns that may cause issues in the future.
Rehabilitation after surgery
Surgery creates a considerable amount of trauma to the body in order to create necessary biomechanical changes to the body. After surgery it is necessary to recover from trauma created by surgery and optimize your body’s movement patterns to their full extent. In order to achieve full recovery it is necessary to understand how much load the operated areas able to withstand for optimal recovery. Our physical therapists can help you better understand the rehabilitation process and what to expect post surgically and more importantly help you recover as fast as possible.
There is a multitude of reasons why someone may develop poor posture which may cause movement limitation and pain in the long run. Anterior pelvic tilt, kyphosis, hyperlordosis, scoliosis, leg length asymmetries are some examples of more common issues that we come across. It is important to counteract these postural issues in order to avoid complications in the future and we are here to help you with that! Our physical therapists will perform an analysis of your posture, muscle strength and movement patterns and create a customized plan to combat these issues!
Nerve pain or injuries
Pain and injuries of the nervous system commonly cause symptoms like neck pain, back pain, radicular pain, pins and needles, burning pain, sharp stabbing pain, throbbing pain or altered sensation in a specific body part. We will find the cause for your symptoms and eliminate the root cause for pain free movement.
Think of an athlete’s body as a linked chain. It can only be as strong as its weakest link. Our therapists are able to pinpoint what may be hindering an athlete’s development or performance and create customized plans to help their body perform to its full potential. We will assess their previous injuries or problem areas, do a biomechanical assessment of their movement patterns which will help us identify possible weak links.