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Greeley Physical Therapy at Advanced Physical Therapy and Fitness by a Certified Manual Physical Therapist for Pain Relief and Injury Prevention

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Advanced Physical Therapy and Fitness treats painful conditions without medications and injections through orthopedic manual physical therapy. Its services are beneficial in post-surgery rehab, injury prevention, postural retraining, and for improving the range of motion.

According to announcements released by Advanced Physical Therapy and Fitness (APTF) and Thomas Cleveland, this Greeley physical therapy center provides outpatient services, including orthopedic manual physical therapy, spinal manipulation, trigger point dry needling, sports medicine, pre-and post-surgical rehab, injury prevention, post injury rehab, and chronic pain.

The benefit of choosing this clinic for one’s physical therapy needs is that the therapist here has undergone years of postgraduate orthopedic training to acquire certifications that include Certified Manual Physical Therapist (CMPT) and Spinal Manipulative Therapist (SMT). The one-on-one therapy sessions by Cleveland deliver long-lasting results quickly.

APTF treats common issues, including sports injuries, osteoarthritis, headaches, neck pain, shin splints, fibromyalgia, plantar fasciitis, mid-back pain, knee pain, etc.

Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN), also known as Intramuscular Manual Stimulation (IMS), facilitates better movements with less pain. TDN is effective in restoring regular, painless movements otherwise hindered because of the compressed and irritated nerves. The procedure treats muscular tightness, spasms, flexibility issues, tendonitis, arthritis, sports injuries, and chronic pain. Muscular tightness and banding can exacerbate carpal tunnel, loss of mobility, osteoarthritis, and other conditions. These conditions can result from injuries and also signal a general degeneration of the body.

Cupping, offered by the expert physiotherapist at APTF, is an effective therapeutic intervention to treat pain in the lower back, neck, and shoulders. It stimulates the flow of blood to these areas to promote healing. The suction created by cupping enables movement between fibrotic or stiff subcutaneous tissues. Cupping also improves the treated body part’s sensory connection with the brain.

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Thomas Cleveland of Advanced Physical Therapy said, “The most common usage of stability taping is following an ankle sprain. Ankle sprains are the most common orthopedic injury in western culture, yet the least referred to PT by doctors and the worst managed! Most ankle sprains, in addition to a ‘low ankle injury’, include a ‘high ankle sprain’, which is the silent culprit for problems down the road. Mechanical breakdown of the foot ankle complex begins with the disturbance of any ligament group, and in the case of high ankle ligament instability, common long-term manifestations include plantar fasciitis, Achilles’ tendonitis, posterior tibial tendonitis, shin splints, bunions, etc.

Believe it or not, there is one very simple stability taping method that can begin to control and reverse the pain associated with these mechanical dysfunctions. On the first visit, you will be taken through the evaluation process so you and the clinician can begin to establish your unique plan of care. Before the first visit, completing all of the new client paperwork is important, as this will expedite the evaluation process.

The first visit will cover a thorough medical history, biomechanical evaluation, and the development of a plan of care that will be geared to getting you to your goals as fast as possible. The first visit is vital to establishing a starting point and identifying all musculoskeletal issues affecting your outcomes. Also, during the first visit, treatment will be initiated to address the issues identified during the evaluation.”

About the Company:

Advanced Physical Therapy and Fitness, run by Thomas Cleveland, treats various conditions to mitigate pain and facilitate more effortless movements. It helps athletes and professional sportspersons prevent injury and improve performances. The clinic works with clients to create a bespoke treatment plan that helps improve the quality of their lives.

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Company Name: Advanced Physical Therapy and Fitness
Contact Person: Thomas Cleveland
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Phone: 19703013149
Address:1919 65th Ave Suite 3
City: Greeley
State: CO 80634
Country: United States

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