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Our Methods


Here at Dadez Physical Therapy, we use a wide range of techniques to help ensure that we are giving you the best possible treatment. Our Therapists are specifically trained in the methods and techniques described below as well as having over 70 years of combined experience.

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Cranio Sacral Therapy

A gentle, non-invasive manipulation technique to restore optimal position and motion of the skull, spine and sacrum. This gentle yet powerful technique maximizes the body’s healing potential.

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Muscle Energy Techniques

A spinal and extremity mobilization technique to restore normal joint position and motion.

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Myofascial Release

A whole body, hands-on approach of evaluating and treating human structure where sustained pressure into myofascial restrictions works to eliminate pain and restore function.

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Strain Counter-Strain

Counterstrain is a form of manual manipulative therapy that uses an indirect means of passively positioning a painful or restricted joint, muscle, fascial structure or vessel to relieve pain and dysfunction.

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Sports Rehabilitation

Integrative exercises and injury prevention training that include improving stabilization and flexibility which will benefit your overall performance when paired with our manual therapy techniques. 

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Visceral/Pelvic Floor Therapy

Utilizing innovative pelvic floor techniques that focus on the fascial components of the internal tissues, and the influences they have on associated structures, thereby improving function and decreasing impairments or pain.

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Dry Needling

Also known as trigger point dry needling and myofascial trigger point dry needling, is a procedure that treats myofascial pain.  Clinicians push thin solid needles through the skin to stimulate and break up knotted or hard muscle tissue

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Kinesiology/Athletic Taping

Are therapeutic taping techniques that can add support to the body, alleviate pain and facilitate lymphatic drainage. Taping techniques can also aide in proper muscle activation and help control inflammation in affected areas of the body.

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