Cupping & Dry Needling
This treatment is done by Dr. Susan Facemire. When cupping, glass or plastic cups are applied to the skin to ease pain and improve muscle function. During your Dry Needling session, a small monofilament needle is inserted through the skin and into a trigger point of the muscles, which reduces pain and improves function.
IV Nutrition Therapy involves giving a person essential fluids, minerals, vitamins, and amino acids directly into the patient's bloodstream through their vein. IV infusions guarantee 100% absorption of the essential nutrients and vitamins that we sometimes can't get through our gut and food alone. These infusions can help with everything from migraines, fatigue, skin and hair issues, hangovers, muscle recovery, to an immune system boost.
Pelvic Floor Therapy
Pelvic floor PT is a conservative approach to address impairments related to the pelvis/pelvic floor including weakness and pain. Common diagnoses include leaking, prolapse, pain with intercourse, chronic pelvic pain, painful bladder syndrome or interstitial cystitis, IBS, endometriosis, pregnancy related low back pain/sciatica, diastasis recti, and many more. Whether you've never had a baby, pregnant or postpartum women often overlook key components of pelvic floor function and therefore suffer from dysfunction. Women's Health and pelvic floor physical therapy is critical during many parts of a women's life especially during pregnancy, postpartum and the stages of menopause. Physical Therapy services are always one-on-one and focus on your individual needs and include a comprehensive initial evaluation and development of an individualized treatment plan that can include manual therapy both internal and external as indicated), dry needling, neuromuscular re-education, therapeutic exercise, and what is probably most important - patient education.