Pilates-focused physical therapy is a low-impact form of exercise safe for all ages and activity levels. Pilates effectively develops body awareness, strength, and flexibility while establishing proper posture and movement throughout daily activities. The versatility of Pilates equipment affords our Physical Therapists endless possibilities when creating individualized treatment plans.
Tri Physical Therapy's physical therapists are not only trained in traditional therapeutic exercises but also Pilates. They are experts at modifying and adapting exercises to our patients’ changing strength needs with the shared goal of getting the patient back to a pain-free activity level, whether for daily function or competitive sports.
Medical massage is a manual therapy that reaches deep layers of muscle and fascia to help release restricted and adhered tissues. By promoting the circulation of blood and lymphatic fluids, releasing nerve entrapment, restoring fascial flexibility, and re-aligning muscle fibers, medical massage expedites the recovery of injured tissues.
Tri Physical Therapy does not employ aides, assistants, or techs. Our highly skilled Physical Therapists spend a full hour each appointment delivering one-on-one care specific to your needs—every visit.
Pilates methods and equipment allow for efficient neuromuscular coordination that helps the body achieve activation of dormant or underused musculature. The goal is to educate the patient, working to create a habitual and unconscious positive movement pattern. Under the direct supervision of a physical therapist, patients will become more familiar with their body awareness and develop more effective movement patterns to prevent pain and discomfort. As a result, Pilates effectively makes patients more aware of their posture and mind/body connection, stabilizes and creates more energy-efficient ADLs, and decreases the likelihood of injury.
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