A Happier, Healthier You.
At Peconic Physical Therapy, our personalized evidence based physical therapy provides patients with the resources they need to get their health on track — you’ll leave our clinic well informed and confident that your health is in good hands. Below are a few of the treatments we provide:
Outpatient Orthopedic Physical Therapy involves the care of your entire musculoskeletal system, which includes your bones, muscles, ligaments and tendons, joints, and connective tissue. If you have ever had any pain in these areas our skilled orthopedic physical therapists can help get you back on track. Examples of orthopedic ailments include but are not limited to: back pain, arthritis, sprains/strains, fractures, rotator cuff Strains or tears, frozen shoulder, plantar fasciitis.
Sports Physical Therapy helps athletes move safely in an effort to help prevent injuries, as well as, help them recover from sports-related injuries. Examples of sport injuries include but are not limited to: ACL tears and reconstruction, rotator cuff strains or tears, fractures, ankle sprains and shoulder dislocations.
After surgery treatment is important to help reduce pain, normalize walking, improve your range of motion, and to help you regain your balance, strength, and mobility. Examples of post-operative treatment include, but are not limited to: Hip replacements, knee replacements, total shoulder replacements, knee arthroscopy, rotator cuff repair, and lumbar discectomy.
Vestibular Rehabilitation is a specialized form of physical therapy used to treat vestibular disorders or symptoms, characterized by dizziness, vertigo and trouble with balance.
While cupping may have gained popularity in recent years, it has been around for a very long time. Ancient Chinese, Egyptian and Middle Eastern cultures have been using cupping for hundreds of years. Cupping uses suction to create a negative pressure which lifts the tissue helping to increase hydration and blood flow to the treated area, ease up adhesions, eliminate excess fluids, relaxes muscles, releases trigger points, and improves lymphatic flow. Evidence supports cupping as an effective treatment such as in low back pain, neck pain, and fibromyalgia.
The Graston Technique is a unique, evidence-based form of IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization) that enables clinicians to effectively and efficiently address soft tissue lesions and fascial restrictions resulting in improved patient outcomes. The Graston Technique can be used to treat any movement system dysfunction that has been determined to have a soft tissue component for example, tennis and golfer’s elbow, Achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, rotator cuff tendonitis, patellar tendonitis and TMJ.