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The human body is incredible in its ability to learn, grow and regenerate. Sometimes, however, it needs some guidance for these positive changes to occur. The right Physical Therapy experience will help you tap into your body’s innate healing capabilities and allow you to restore the balance and fluidity of movement necessary for longevity and performance.
Rehab after surgery is more than just following a general protocol of exercises and stretches. It is a very specific journey to get you back to functioning your best, and oftentimes performing even stronger than you were before. We’ll answer every question and keep you on track the entire way. Your rehab will always be unique to the activities or sports you are planning to return to.
Whether you run competitively or recreationally, a gait analysis with High Road Physical Therapy can help to improve your performance while reducing your risk for injury. Our RunDNA system creates a 3-D image of your body in motion using multiple cameras, reflective markers, and cutting-edge software. Once we’ve collected the data and can visualize your form, a Certified Running Analyst breaks it all down for you.
An optimal position on your bike will allow you to feel good, ride longer, and perform better. Cycling is a repetitive sport, so even subtle imbalances and asymmetries can lead to bigger issues after an hour or two on the bike. Improper position leads to extra strain on joints, ligaments and muscles, which can lead to pain, injuries, and performance-robbing inefficiency when riding.
Our philosophy is to support, impart knowledge and motivate our athletes to make them successful at their race and fitness goals. We have years of coaching and race experience, and we have trained and raced while having full time jobs and families. We will help you establish realistic goals, set a plan to achieve those goals, and have a lot of fun along the way.
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Dizziness is the second most common reason people see a doctor in the United States. You may feel like you’re spinning, walking on a boat, foggy, or moving in slow motion. Vestibular rehabilitation uses techniques including body position changes, oculomotor exercises, balance retraining and motion tolerance exercises to treat vertigo and balance disorders.
Recovery is not just for injured athletes! Recovery work is a crucial part of the overall performance and well-being of any athlete. It allows the body to rest and repair itself after the stress of training, which helps to prevent injury, reduce soreness, and maximize the effectiveness of the next workout.
If you’re unable to come for an in-person visit at the clinic, or you just want to schedule a quick follow-up, you can work with High Road Physical Therapy from your home or wherever you are in the world.