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Sports Rehabilitation & Prevention

Extremities

Extremities

The extremities we’re talking about here are the wrist, hand, elbow, ankle, and foot. Although the extremities are small in size compared to other parts of the body, they have the potential to create big pain. Severe plantar fasciitis can be almost crippling, and a high ankle sprain can keep you from walking for several weeks. Luckily, modern technology and a diverse range of therapies can address these kinds of injuries. We can help you prevent these injuries, but if you’ve already experienced an injury or pain, then it’s important to come see us as soon as possible to prevent the injury from getting any worse.

We treat many types of extremity injuries, but here is a quick look at the most common types of issues we see:
If you suffer from one of these issues, we are confident that through our various therapies, doctors, and therapists, we can bring relief to your discomfort and get you back to a pain-free lifestyle. Check out our different therapies to learn more about what they do and how they may help with your injury.

Dropped Foot
Golfer’s Elbow
Tennis Elbow
Carpal Tunnel
Ganglion Cysts
A/C Seperation
Shoulder Dislocation
Plantar Fasciitis
Wrist Pain
Jammed Fingers/Toes
Little Leaguer’s Elbow
Calcaneal Spur
Stress Fracture
Foot/Ankle conditions
Ankle Sprain
High Ankle Sprain
Elbow/Olecranon Bursitis
Severs Disease
Dropped Arches
Tendonitis
Subluxation of Foot
Achilles Pain
Morton’s Neuroma
Heel Pain