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Injury Recovery


Physical Therapy


Accident Injury


With a focus on injury recovery, physical therapy, and accident injury, we have built a reputation at being the very best in our profession. If looking to get back to the 100% healthy you, schedule a consultation with us today and let us get you there.


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Cupping Therapy

Cupping Therapy traditionally creates a vacuum effect by lighting a match within a glass, bamboo or other wooden “cup”, and then quickly placing on the patient to create a “pulling” or vacuum effect on the skin.

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Graston Technique®

The use of tools to break soft tissue adhesions, scar tissue, and altered connective tissue to increase blood flow, increase range of motion, promote healing, and increase cellular activity in the region.

Dry Needling

The use of hands to break soft tissue adhesion, scar tissue, and altered connective tissue to increase blood flow, increase range of motion, promote healing, and increase cellular activity in the region.

NormaTec®

The system uses compressed air to massage your legs, mobilize fluid and speed recovery with the patented NormaTec Pulse Massage Pattern.

Chiropractic Manipulation

A procedure in which trained specialists use their hands or a small instrument to apply a controlled, sudden force to a spinal joint. The goal of chiropractic adjustment is to correct structural alignment and improve your body’s physical function.

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Cold Tub Polarpool®

Armed Sports Medicine® uses Coldtub® cold hydrotherapy to help reduce swelling, minimize pain, and, speed and enhance your body’s natural healing abilities and using hot and cold therapy.

Electro-Acupunture

Electroacupuncture uses the same principles and pressure points as the traditional needling method, but it adds a microcurrent to the needle. This method enhances the function of that specific point and activates different types of regeneration in the body.

Fascial Distortion Method

A popular model to heal fascial distortions that limit the role of soft tissue recovery. A deep, slow, guided movement over restricted fascial regions. Since fascia connects all the muscle, tendons, bones, and ligaments, this method has been highly effective with sports injuries and chronic injuries.