Have you fallen in the past 12 months?
Do you fear falling?
Have you modified activities to avoid the risk of falling?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you might benefit from a balance assessment and training program. Please obtain a prescription from your doctor prior to scheduling an appointment.
Commonly known as Graston Technique, Dr. Sims is skilled with application of IASTM to treat various issues, including but not limited to chronic pain, decreased flexibility, muscle strain, and tendonitis. (back to top)
Therapists use their hands to relieve tension and restore normal function in injured or overworked tissue. (back to top)
Myofascial release is a gentle, hands-on technique used to release tension in contractile (muscles) and non-contractile tissues (e.g. fascia, the tissue surrounding muscles) in order to restore normal motion and relieve pain. (back to top)
This approach is where hands-on meets exercise. The intention of this technique is usually geared towards retraining a specific muscle or muscle group and can help with various problems ranging from poor posture to joint pain or trouble walking. It is also helpful for high level athletes who experience pain with certain movements. (back to top)
While Redpoint Physical Therapy does not specialize in pediatric physical therapy, we are well versed in the wide array of childhood injuries and illnesses that might require PT, and understand the different approach required when working with children versus adults. We have demonstrated success with children of all ages - however, we recommend finding a specialist when it comes to treatment for infants (feel free to call for advice). (back to top)
Strength training geared towards addressing your specific needs. Intensity varies from assisted movements to heavy resistance. This also includes flexibility and stretching. (back to top)
This program addresses balance issues or dizziness related to inner ear dysfunction. Treatment may include specialized maneuvers, visual re-calibration exercises, and balance exercises. (back to top)
At Redpoint Physical Therapy, we don’t just want you to get better; we want you to feel the best you’ve ever felt! The SPRINT Program allows you to continue with your individualized exercise program under the supervision of a physical therapist. The goal of SPRINT is to improve home exercise compliance and safely progress exercises, addressing your concerns along the way. Click here for more information. (back to top)