Identifying the source of chronic pain, and providing the correct therapy, can be a challenge. Sometimes pain sends signals to the brain so you'll quickly stop pushing too far and causing much more serious damage.
When a joint deviates from its ideal function, it can cause the joint either below or above to compensate and potentially develop symptomatic conditions and pain. The Joint-by-Joint approach to therapy addresses these conditions.
Poor shoulder function and shoulder joint mobility problems can be caused by a variety of dysfunctions, including impingement syndrome and pain issues related to misalignment, overuse, and rotator cuff tears.
Lower back pain associated with Disc Herniation, Chronic Psoas Tightness, and other conditions can be treated with bodywork therapies that promote and maintain strong backs, healthy spines, and good posture.
Hip Pain may affect one’s ability to walk and cause discomfort when sitting or lying down. However, hip "problems" are often the result of radiating pelvic pain. By treating the issues related to the pelvis, we can alleviate perceived issues with the hip.
Dysfunctions of the lower leg, including issues with Shin Splints and a condition called Compartment Syndrome, can be the result of poor foot posture or overuse injuries and lead to leg pain, swelling, and other problems.