At Theradynamics our therapist promote, maintain, and restore function by performing a thorough assessment and creating an individualized treatment plan that involves the use of therapeutic modalities, exercises, and the latest rehab technology with state-of-the-art equipment. Our experts use cutting-edge technology and methodologies to treat a wide variety of conditions.
Our OT professionals aim to restore, adapt and modify permanent and temporary disabilities through exercises, education, and training, adaptive technologies and tools, environmental modification while targeting areas such as personal care, activities of daily living, household chores, work-related tasks, and social activities.
Sports therapy is specifically concerned with the prevention of injury and the rehabilitation back to your optimum fitness level. Our therapists utilize the principles of sport and exercise science to prepare you for training or competition. Whether your goal is to return to sports after an injury or to optimize your sports performance, Theradynamics will help you focus and achieve this.
Rest and recovery is an important aspect of an exercise program because it allows the body time to repair and strengthen itself in between workouts. Professional athletes use the recovery modalities regularly to maximize strength training, reduce the risk of injuries and bolster athletic performance.
At Theradynamics we take pride in working with industry leaders to offer scientifically proven technologies and develop new tools to serve our patients’ needs and empower them to achieve their highest level of function and recovery. We are excited to open our newest division designed to address the rehabilitation needs of the pediatric population from birth to 21 years of age.
In-season athletes experience injuries due to overuse or trauma. Fatigue due to overuse, improper recovery, and poor nutrition, often results in a breakdown of muscles and movement patterns. During weight training, practice, or games, this breakdown, and inefficiency or deficiency in movement quality can result in injuries that sideline an athlete for the remainder of the season.