When considering soft tissue mobilization to treat soft tissue dysfunction, look no further than Physical Medicine of Oklahoma. Our medical professionals are trained in the latest non-invasive IASTM technologies to help you feel better fast.
There are many injuries or strains that can lead to adhesions within the soft tissue. If you’re experiencing restrictions in your connective tissue, “knots,” degeneration, or chronic inflammation, we can help. You have several options when it comes to physical rehabilitation, and our doctors can help you find the best treatment option for your needs.
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization
Using special instrumentation, the clinicians can locate exact areas that need to be treated. The affected area will then have the necessary pressure applied to loosen the adhesion and allow freedom of motion again.
Thanks to rapid localization, these areas can be treated efficiently and rapidly with great success. These dysfunctions may have come from an injury (such as repeated strain), surgery, or even immobilization. Don’t suffer through it anymore!
What Conditions Can Be Treated By Soft Tissue Mobilization?
Some of the conditions we can treat with soft tissue mobilization include:
- Muscle strains
- Ligament sprains
- Joint swelling
- Neck pain
- Patellar tendinitis
- Heel pain
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Medial or lateral epicondylitis
- Achilles tendinitis
- Rotator cuff tendinitis
- Tibialis posterior tendinitis
- Trigger finger
- Hip pain
- Back pain
- Non-acute bursitis
- Musculoskeletal imbalances
- Post-surgical scars
- Myofascial pain
- Traumatic scars
- Ankle sprains
- Shin splints
- DeQuervain’s Syndrome
Regain your body's use, lessen the pain, and make life fun again with physical therapy treatments that handle the problem for good, without drugs or surgery. Find out if soft tissue mobilization is the right option for you by calling our office today.
Make sure you’re getting the quality care your body needs. Ensure your clinician is a licensed physical therapist or doctor. At Physical Medicine of Oklahoma, we have an entire team dedicated to helping patients who cannot live life to the fullest due to injuries, disabilities, illness or diseases.
Our specialists use specially designed instruments to perform precise stimulation to the connective tissue that has suffered trauma. What this does is help break down scar tissue, fascial restrictions, and other adhesions. This can help stimulate the body to use collagen to repair the affected area, and increase your range of motion again.
Set up your consultation by calling our office today. Our staff is here to help.