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A Certified Athletic Therapist’s scope of practice starts with in-depth knowledge, education and training in the areas of the human musculoskeletal system, exercise physiology, biomechanics, and basic emergency care. Athletic Therapists (ATs) are effective in preventing and rehabilitating injuries and conditions to muscles, bones and joints. ATs treat the cause of an injury through a wide spectrum of therapy skills and modalities called the Spectrum of Care.
Certified Athletic Therapists perform in depth assessments of each patients musculoskeletal system as well as their therapy goals. They use the information gained to formulate an individualized plan to help each patient reach their goals, whether they need specific rehabilitation, reconditioning, or general strength/mobility training for prevention.
If you have a strained muscle or ligament, braces and supports can go a long way to reduce symptoms of discomfort and pain. They can help by restricting your range of motion or supporting your ligaments and muscles.
***All Braces and Supports Require Custom Fitting***
A concussion is a disturbance in brain function caused by a direct or indirect force to the head. It results in a variety of non-specific signs and/or concussion symptoms (some examples listed below) and most often does not involve loss of consciousness. Our concussion management and concussion treatment can help reduce post concussion
A concussion is a disturbance in brain function caused by a direct or indirect force to the head. It results in a variety of non-specific signs and/or concussion symptoms (some examples listed below) and most often does not involve loss of consciousness. Our concussion management and concussion treatment can help reduce post concussion symptoms that you are experiencing. See an Athletic Therapist today.
Cupping is used to loosen muscles, encourage blood flow, and sedate the nervous system. It is also used to relieve back and neck pains, stiff muscles, anxiety, fatigue, migraines and rheumatism. The silicone cups can be applied to different areas of the body and can be easily adjusted to the client’s comfort level.
Scar Therapy is used to help alter the physical properties of a scar. It prevents adhesions, helps reduce scar sensitivity, and helps realign collagen fibers, reducing the appearance and movement restrictions.
Sporting event coverage provided by an Athletic Therapist is recognized to be beneficial for not only the safety of the participants but also peace of mind for the spectators, volunteers, coaches, etc. that the well-being of everyone on the field is being considered.