Treatment & You

Your treatment should be 100% dependent on the type of injury you have, what your limitations are, and where you want to be when treatment is done.

Those are the three cornerstones of not only the type of treatment you need, but how that treatment is going to be applied and the time frame of your treatment as well.

There’s going to be no cookie-cutter way of saying that anything is treated in one particular way, because you are an individual. You live a different life than everyone else. Your injury is different than everyone else, and what you do at home or at work is different than other people.

We have to make sure we keep that in mind, and make sure that we use that to dictate the protocols.

For instance, the outcome measures might change if you have children and young children and you want to be able to take care of them without pain. Leaning over the crib is going to be different than if you have no kids and you’re at work all day on the computer, because now we have a different position that you’re in that we have to make sure the body can do without pain.

This is why we have a wide range of different options, and therapies we can do — because it’s based on you, the treatment that you need, and the outcome measure we want to get you to and you want to get to as well.

So have to make sure we’re specific to you because every person is different, but every person also has a different goal in mind. To meet those goals, we have to have different options, and that’s what we offer here.