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Redcord® is a series of red cords and “bungee assistance” systems that enable any person to perform strengthening and conditioning exercises regardless of their age or physical capacity. Utilizing suspension exercises can provide faster results for anyone who wants to perform better, preventinjury, avoid pain or just want to stay active.

Benefits of Redcord®:

  • Reduces pain.

  • Improves neuromuscular control and muscle coordination.

  • Restores muscle movement patterns.

  • Improve functional strength and core stability.

  • Motion control and coordination

  • Development of strength and rotational balance

  • A huge range of exercises for individual and group training

  • A wide range of exercises in standing, side-lying, prone and supine starting positions

  • Exercises target various myofascial chains, involving the core region and upper and lower extremities

  • Integrates local and global muscles for neuromuscular control, core stability and functional strength


Dry needling is a technique utilized by Physical Therapists for the treatment of pain and movement impairments. It is referred to as “dry” because it is performed without medications or injections while the needle is inserted through the skin in to various areas of the muscle being treated.

The needle is inserted in to trigger points in a muscle to relieve pain, improve range of motion, and normalize dysfunctions in the motor end plates (the sites at which nerve impulses are transmitted to muscles).

A trigger point is a taut band of skeletal muscle located with in a larger muscle group. Trigger points can be tender to touch and can cause pain to other areas of the body.

Benefits of Dry Needling:

  • Relief of pain

  • Increased range of motion

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We focus on helping each patient achieve a fulfilling, happy and healthy lifestyle that can encompass their favorite activities. Services include:

  • Manual Therapy

  • Therapeutic Exercise Prescription

  • Joint Pain Reduction

  • Ergonomics/Body Mechanics Training

  • Post-Surgical Rehabilitation

  • Sport Conditioning/Reconditioning

  • Gait, Transfer, and Functional Training

  • Balance Improvement

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