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In the physical therapy field, Manual Therapy is utilizing skilled, hands-on techniques.


What is Manual Therapy?

Is a highly effective form of treatment helping people recover and prevent injury and it has been critical to my patient’s success.

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Why me?

My approach is to evaluate more than just where you hurt or have movement issues but to find the origin of your problem and help restore normal and pain-free movement.  It can take years of hands-on learning, and practice to become effective and efficient in performing complex manual therapy techniques. Equally important is to know what, why, and how you are going to treat a specific problem and person. I'm a physical therapist that possesses this knowledge due to their Fortunately my decades of practice, clinical pattern recognition, advanced training, and continuing education have all helped me help my patients over the years. 


Manual Therapy Benefits:

  • Increase range of motion

  • Re-alignment of body systems critical for normal movement patterns

  • Improve your brains connection to your body’s movements

  • Improve mobility of scar tissue

  • Decrease pain

  • Increase circulation

  • Decrease myofascial restrictions

  • Relax muscles

  • Improve mobility of the nervous system

  • Decrease nerve sensitivity

  • Increase muscle flexibility

  • Decrease inflammation

  • Assist the body in muscle or soft tissue repair

  • Boost the immune system

  • Calm the nervous system

  • Aide sleep

  • Facilitate and normalize movement to improve function


Manual Therapy Techniques: 

  • Massage

  • IASTM/Graston (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Massage)

  • Soft tissue mobilization

  • Manual lymph drainage

  • Scar mobilization

  • Myofascial release

  • Dynamic cupping 

  • Neurodynamics/Mobilization

  • Dynamic Neuromuscular Stimulation (DNS)

  • Joint mobilization

  • Joint manipulation/thrust

  • Mulligan techniques

  • Muscle Energy

  • Traction (manual)

  • Strain/Counterstain

How important is physiotherapy in your rehab?

Experience the difference that a hands-on can make in your recovery and overall performance.


Schedule your appointment at Ph. (310) 331-8544 or email.

I would be glad to start with your one-on-one rehab therapy program.

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