Other Physical Therapy Approaches

Dr.Kalika utilizes variety of different Manual Medicine, Physical Therapy, Osteopathic approaches which he learns directly from world renowned experts or has taken extensive formal training and certifications:

  • DNS ( Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization according to Kolar)
  • Vladimir Janda ( Muscle Imbalance Syndromes Approach
  • Manual Therapy Approach by Karel Lewit
  • ISM ( Integrated System Approach by Diane Lee and L.J Lee)
  • MSI ( Movement System Impairment Approach by Shirley Saharmann)
  • Mojisova  approach
  • BPP by Jarmila Capova
  • KLAP Crawling
  • Muscle Energy Technique
  • Vojta Therapy ( Treatment of neurological disorders in adults and children)
  • CranioSacral therapy
  • Feldenkrais Approach
  • Christopher Powers Approach of return to sports and rehabilitation of PFPS ( patella       femoral pain syndromes) and sports related knee injuries.
  • Gait analysis and gait rehabilitation for runners and patients with orthopedic problems in lower extremities
  • Dynamic Alignment Through Imagery ( Erick Franklyn) – ballet dance medicine
  • Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy
  • ART ( Active Release Technique)
  • RUSI ( Rehabilitative Ultrasound Imaging) for diagnosis and training of deep stabilizing system
  • Myofascial release
  • Positional Release
  • SEMG ( surface electromyography retraining for TMJ and headache disorders)


The Advantages of Ultrasound for Diagnosis and Treatment of Sports Injuries Blog

The Advantages of Ultrasound for Diagnosis and Treatment of Sports Injuries

Traditionally, X-ray and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) have been most commonly used for diagnosis of athletic soft tissue injuries. However, both are limited in their ability to accurately visualize underlying muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints, and the equipment is expensive and requires a large area for use. Moreover, X-ray radiation can have hazardous side effects, […]

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July 24, 2018

Can Anything Be Done to Fix Flat Feet? Blog

Can Anything Be Done to Fix Flat Feet?

In the not-too-distant past, having flat feet was almost stigmatic. Potential military recruits with flat feet were rejected as unfit, ballet dancers were dismissed as incompetent, and flat-footed athletes were deemed more prone to injury. Yet recent research, along with the well-documented success of soldiers, dancers and athletes with flat feet, have exposed the stigma […]

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April 27, 2018

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