Manual therapy or “hands-on therapy" is a physical treatment primarily used by physical therapists to treat musculoskeletal pain and disability. It mostly includes manipulation of muscles, joint mobilization and manipulation, as well as different massage therapy techniques.
Sport injuries are results of acute injury or repetitive stress and possible wrong techniques while training which results in different type of injuries. Most injuries occur in tendons, ligaments, muscles, nerves, bones and joints. There are many kinds of methods to get you back to training and competing: strength training, concentric, eccentric, plyometric, static-dynamic stretching and many more different types of exercises. As well as joint mobilization, massage, muscle stimulation, heat/ice and education. We will develop a plan for you to get back to competing.
Yoni's Physical Therapy staff uses up-to-date evidence and research-based hands on treatment methods. Soft tissue mobilization, joint manipulation/mobilization will treat musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. Jouni has over 30 years of experience with orthopedic manual therapy. Jouni’s motto is: “if it is not manual and physical, it’s not therapy.”
We treat all orthopedic conditions, prior to and after your operation. Once you and your surgeon determine surgery is needed, Yoni's Physical Therapy staff will take best possible care of you before and after your surgery. We need to know everything about your procedure to be able to develop a comprehensive plan, including you, your surgeon and our staff to make sure your recovery is second to none. We will continue to work closely with your surgeon throughout your entire recovery.
Work-related injuries are somewhat like sport injuries. The goals of our rehabilitation program is to make sure injured workers get well and back to work quickly, just like athletes get back to competing. Injury at work means that you cannot complete your work tasks, either in-part or entirely. We want to make sure that we lessen the number of days lost to work-related injuries, so you can start feeling better and back to yourself as soon as possible.
Neurological rehabilitation is designed to help treat patients with nervous system or neurological diseases. Rehabilitation aims to increase function, reduce debilitating symptoms, and improve a patient’s quality of life. The types of rehabilitation treatments recommended depend on the areas of the body affected by the neurological condition.