Some specific diagnoses treated:

  1. low back pain

• sciatica

• spondylosis

• spondylolisthesis

• spinal stenosis

• degenerative disc disease

• intervertebral disk inflammation

• spinal nerve root irritation

• disc herniation

• disc bulge

• lumbar strains and sprains

• scoliosis

• sacroiliac dysfunctions

• sacroiliac sprain and strain

  1. osteoarthritis of the spine

  2. lumbar facet arthritis

  3. facet arthropathy

  4. myofascial pain syndrome

  5. fibromyalgia

  6. post surgical lumbar

  spine rehabilitation

  1. post prolotherapy

   spinal rehabilitation

  1. muscle imbalances

  2. joint stiffness

  3. wear & tear syndromes

  4. adherent incisional scars


"A clinical approach utilizing skilled, specific hands-on techniques, including but not limited to manipulation/mobilization, used by the physical therapist to diagnose and treat soft tissues and joint structures for the purpose of modulating pain; increasing range of motion (ROM); reducing or eliminating soft tissue inflammation; inducing relaxation; improving contractile and non-contractile tissue repair, extensibility, and/or stability; facilitating movement; and improving function."

Definition from the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy (AAOMPT) and American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)