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What We Treat

Acute and Chronic Sports Injuries

Resolving Acute and Chronic Sports Injuries

Astym therapy in combination with correctly prescribed stretching and strengthening exercises is unmatched in its ability to resolve tendinopathies and other soft tissue dysfunctions, including but not limited to:

  • plantar fasciitis

  • achilles tendinitis

  • biceps and rotator cuff tendinitis

  • IT band syndrome

  • shin splints

  • hip and knee pain

  • hamstring and groin strain

    Astym treatment was researched and developed by a skilled team of medical professionals, scientists, universities and a large hospital system and has consistently shown extraordinary clinical success. Click here for links to the research.

    A typical course of treatment lasts only 4-6 weeks (8-10 visits) and doesn’t just treat the symptoms or hide the problem with a temporary solution. Instead, the Astym process stimulates the body to regenerate and remodel tissues.

    Best of all, you are encouraged to continue most normal activities outside of therapy!

Optimizing Golf Performance & Resolving Injuries

Damage to the soft tissue and tendons, not to mention low back pain is common in golf, but it doesn’t have to take you out of the game.  A course of Astym therapy can help resovle both chronic and acute injuries, and may even improve your baseline performance!

Astym and Mckenzie based therapy has been shown to be highly effective in the treatment of common disorders affecting golfers.

  • Golfer’s elbow: 92.9% success rate

  • Shoulder impingement: 93.7% success rate

  • Tennis elbow: 91% success rate

Helping You Keep Your Tennis Swing Strong

Tennis players often experience stress and strain on the shoulder and elbow that can impact ability to play. Errors in technique can result in damage to the soft tissues and tendons, but it doesn’t have to take you out of the game.

Where other treatments have failed, Astym therapy in combination with properly targeted exercises has been proven effective in the resolution of common tennis injuries. (these numbers were acquired from multiple peer-reviewed studies found here)

  • Tennis elbow: 91% success rate

  • Rotator cuff tendinitis: 93.7% success rate

  • Shoulder pain: 89.5% success rate

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