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)

 

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Plantar Fasciitis: Manual Therapy

Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition that can severely restrict the patient’s ability to walk, run and enjoy activities. As the weight of the body is added to the foot, the inflammation can make it impossible to function in a normal manner. This problem has created an industry of professionals who are seeking the root […]

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July 13, 2017

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Steroid Treatment for Tendon Pain: Help or Hindrance in Rehab?

Tendinopathy is a condition common to athletes but also experienced by non-athletic  patients. Tendinopathy is generally not associated with or preceded by trauma, but rather appears to develop gradually over time due to overburdening of a tendon. When an athlete or other patient seeks traditional medical attention for tendon pain, the first line of treatment […]

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October 19, 2017

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