The Rebound Team works together in more ways than one. We share our skills with our patients, as well as with our colleagues' patients, to get you the best care you need. They don't call us multidisciplinary for no reason!
Our Physiotherapists perform a comprehensive orthopedic assessment to determine not only where the dysfunction is, but why it is there. They treat all areas of the body including: the spine, head and neck, and extremities.
A Physiotherapist utilizes hands-on techniques to restore mobility - working on both joints as well as soft tissues such as muscles, ligaments, tendons, and fascia. Those techniques are then complimented with exercises to maintain that new mobility and correct the issues that lead to the deficit in the first place.Physiotherapy Intake Form
When an athlete goes down with an injury, the main goal is to get them back to their sport/activity.
Athletic Therapists are experts when it comes to on-site and initial care of athletic injuries. What sets them apart from Physiotherapists is their ability to care for an injury right after the instant it occurs, and continue care right up until returning to the field/ice/court/mat again. Their primary goal is to get athletes back to their sports as efficiently and safely as possible.
Some examples of where Athletic Therapists work include:
Chiropractic is a hands-on, non-invasive healthcare discipline focusing on the musculoskeletal system and its impact on the nervous system.
When the nervous system is out of balance - our ability to function is impacted.
Chiropractic uses various techniques with the most common being spinal manipulative therapy or “adjustments”. These highly precise techniques, help to restore joint alignment and restore proper joint mobility.
By helping restore the body-brain communication system, it helps the body to respond to stresses and optimizes its ability to respond to the environment.Chiropractic Intake Form
Massage Therapy is another hands-on discipline that focuses on manipulating the body’s soft tissue systems (including muscles, ligaments, and fascia) in order to provide increased relaxation, mobility, circulation, and provide pain relief.
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