Our Chiropractors are some of the best in the industry. We Offer chiropractic services in each of our five locations. We provide advanced spinal correction utilizing “state of the art” chiropractic techniques. Never in the history of chiropractic have we been able to provide the level of help and expertise that now exists. These newer correction methods are even safer, more comfortable and more effective than ever before.
All Physical Therapists at Professional are qualified to treat a wide range of conditions, with a focus on both surgical and non-surgical sports and orthopedic cases. All of our Physical Therapists are CAPTE-certified and state licensed. Prior to joining the staff at Professional, our Physical Therapists have gone through a board-accredited academic program and completed clinical rotations in various settings. We pride ourselves on the ability of our staff to utilize their medical knowledge and clinical experience to create a comprehensive, individualized rehabilitation program for each patient at any of our state-of-the-art Physical Therapy facilities.
Osteopathy is a method of assessing, treating and preventing a wide range of health problems. Osteopaths use a combination of movement, stretching, targeted deep tissue massage and manipulation of a person’s muscles and joints to improve function, relieve pain and aid recovery.
The body has the natural ability to maintain itself and, by helping this process, an osteopath can promote restoration of normal function. The principle of osteopathy is that the wellbeing of an individual relies on the way that bones, muscles, ligaments, connective tissue and internal structures work with each other.
An osteopath will take the time to understand their patient, and their unique combination of symptoms, medical history and lifestyle. This helps to make an accurate diagnosis of the causes of the pain or lack of function (rather than just addressing the site of the condition), and from that, to formulate a treatment plan that will achieve the best outcome.
Osteopaths frequently work alongside other health professionals, such as GPs, nurses and midwives as well as alternative medical practitioners. Osteopathy works well to complement other medical interventions including surgery and prescribed medication.
The National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) advises that GPs can safely refer patients to an osteopath for treatment. Osteopathy is available on the NHS in some areas of the UK.
An effective and increasingly popular therapy that has evolved into a complete and holistic medical system, acupuncture offers treatments that are personalized to a patient's unique constitution, signs, and symptoms. Practitioners of acupuncture and Oriental Medicine have used this non-invasive medical system for thousands of years to both prevent and treat disease. The acupuncturist places fine sterile needles on various "acupoints"-activating and balancing the body's Qi (pronounced chee), which promotes natural healing.
Acupuncture is recognized by the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to be effective in the treatment of a wide variety of medical problems. Overall, the Chinese have mapped the presence of 361 acupoints in the major meridians. Below is a list of conditions and circumstances for which people commonly find acupuncture treatment to be effective.
Pilates is a physical fitness system that was developed in the early 20th century by Joseph Pilates. Pilates was formed by Joe during the First World War with the intention to improve the rehabilitation programme for casualties. During this period, Pilates was designed to aid injured soldiers in regaining their health by strengthening, stretching, and stabilizing key muscles.