SERVICES 

EJF_0230_edited.jpg

ORTHOPAEDIC/SPORTS REHAB

We help you recover from any musculoskeletal issues, sports-related injuries, and post-operation limitations such as pain, muscle weakness, and joint stiffness. The human body is designed to move. However, you might develop the most and least favorite muscles to use and create movement patterns (habits) through those physical limitations. Even daily activities, sports, works, and hobbies can potentially create habits to increase the risk of future injury. We dissect your specific physical impairments, assist you on the road to recovery, and prevent future injuries.

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

Our double licensed/certified doctor of physical therapy and strength & conditioning specialist will improve your muscle strength in functional and practical fashion and assist you move better and faster. After assessing your current training status, we analyze the movements and sports physiology required by athletic activities that you want to improve. We determine the type, order, frequency, and volume of strength and conditioning exercises based on the analysis, seasons, and goals. Let’s get stronger, move faster, and become more functional together!

EJF_0376_edited.jpg
EJF_0446.jpg

MANUAL THERAPY

Your physical therapist utilizes manual therapy includes joint mobilization, joint thrust techniques, and myofascial release (ART, Shiatsu, trigger point release) to improve your joint mobility, increase pain free range of motion, restore muscle pliability, and decrease pain intensity.

lec pic 2.jpeg

IASTM

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) is a treatment utilized by special metal tools in various shapes to fit your body parts. By applying IASTM to your affected area, we promote type I collagen synthesis & realignment, reduce pain intensity, decrease the sensation of stiffness, and promote soft tissue mobility.

EJF_0303.jpg
EJF_0321.jpg

MYOFASCIAL DECOMPRESSION

Myofascial decompression therapy is a treatment applied suction cups on your body. This technique is used to modulate the pain intensity based on gate control theory. 

This treatment sometimes leaves circle marks on your skin. They are called petechiae. It is not harmful or painful.

VESTIBULAR PHYSICAL THERAPY

Balance impairment is composite impairment, meaning that there are multiple factors affecting the balance. Vestibular system (inner ear balance system) is one of the biggest roles of balance. With our vestibular rehabilitation, we can improve inner ear balance function for better physical stability. Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is one of the common vestibular impairments, which physical therapy responds very well, and it can be cured immediately by specific reposition techniques.

EJF_0391.jpg
EJF_0405_edited.jpg

CONCUSSION RECOVERY

Martial artists have a high risk of injury from a strong impact. As a result, it is common for martial artists to be affected by concussions. The research shows that concussed patients who received concussion and vestibular rehabilitation (i.e., gaze stabilization exercise and head turn adaptation) at the proper timing recovered more effectively and sooner than other concussed individuals who only received conservative methods such as resting and cardio. In addition, it is crucial to address other factors such as neck dysfunction, nutrition, blood circulation, inflammation process, lifestyle, etc.

EJF_0215.jpg

PHYSICAL THERAPY FLOW

  1. Evaluation

    • We evaluate your physical functions to find out the root cause of the pain and analyze how you move.
       

  2. Treatment/Exercise

    • We start physical therapy such as hands-on treatment and therapeutic/functional exercises based on your goals and impairments that you have.
       

  3. Education/Home Exercise Program

    • We break down and describe the cause of your pain, review your treatment/exercise plan, set up your goals, and provide your individualized home exercise program.

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING FLOW

  1. Analysis

    • After assessing your current training status, we analyze the movements and sports physiology required by athletic activities that you want to improve.
       

  2. Planning

    • We determine the type, order, frequency, and volume of strength and conditioning exercises based on the analysis, seasons, and goals.
       

  3. Training

    • Let’s get stronger, move faster, and become more functional together!

EJF_0338.jpg
DSC06389.jpg

CONDITIONS WE TREAT

  • Sports injuries

  • Ankle pain and injuries

  • Concussion recovery

  • Knee pain and injuries

  • Pre- & post-surgical rehabilitation

  • Hip pain and injuries

  • Exercise/Crossfit injuries

  • Foot pain and injuries

  • Vertigo (BPPV)/Vestibular dysfunction

  • Neck pain

  • Low back pain

  • Radiculopathy

  • Sciatica

  • Thoracic pain

  • Rib pain

  • Shoulder pain and injuries

  • Whiplash associated disorders

  • Elbow pain and injuries

  • Wrist/Hand pain and injuries