Peripheral Neuropathy

We specialize in treatment of compression and entrapment neuropathies.
The diagnosis of compression/entrapment neuropathies is made by nerve conduction studies and diagnostic ultrasound. We take a three step process to treating neuropathies. First, we aim to reverse the pathophysiological process that is damaging the nerve. Second, we stimulate nerve metabolism and encourage nerve regeneration. Even if the neuropathy itself can not be improved, symptomatic therapy can be employed. Please call us to inquire about your condition.


Planks and Crunches for Abdominal Diastasis: Totally Tabu, or OK for You? Blog

Planks and Crunches for Abdominal Diastasis: Totally Tabu, or OK for You?

Abdominal diastasis, known clinically as diastasis recti abdominis, or DRA, is the separation that occurs along the midline of the rectus abdominis, or RA (the six-pack muscle) during and after pregnancy. As the fetus grows, the linea alba, the connective fascial tissue that binds the right and left halves of the RA, thins and stretches […]

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April 10, 2018

I’m Not Injured or in Pain: Why Do I Need Physical Therapy? Blog

I’m Not Injured or in Pain: Why Do I Need Physical Therapy?

In the past, you may have had a personal experience with a physical therapist after an injury, surgery, or to help ease chronic pain, or if not, you probably know of someone who has. Physical therapy is increasingly becoming a vital component of treatment strategies for rehabilitation. But have you ever considered visiting a physical […]

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June 7, 2018

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