• Soft Tissue Mobilization
• Joint Mobilizations
• Therapeutic Exercises/ Strengthening
• Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)
• Trigger Point Release Therapy
• Kinesio Tape
• Electrical Stimulation
How We Treat
The Temporomandibular joint opens and closes your mouth. TMJ Dysfunction can cause pain when
chewing or yawning.
Possible causes include:
improper jaw alignment (cross-bite or overbite), grinding of the teeth, traumatic injury and overuse of the jaw. We commonly treat this in conjunction with your Dentist and Doctor.
• Release of tight muscles surrounding the jaw
• Soft Tissue Release of tight musculature surrounding the jaw
• Joint mobilization to realign jaw
• Strengthen muscles surrounding the TMJ to ensure proper functioning.
TMJ Physical Therapy
Spine specialists, Sciatica, Low back Pain, Sacral Iliac Dysfunction, Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy, Women’s health
Back to You Physical Therapy is a leader in spine rehabilitation. Our Spine program incorporates new research supporting the effectiveness of including Yoga and Pilates principals as part of a comprehensive back rehabilitation program. We incorporate Yoga and Pilates’ core strengthening exercise principals with Physical Therapy’s techniques to give patients the tools to manage their pain and transition to a personalized video/app based home exercise program.
Throughout the program the therapists will communicate with the referring physicians to inform physicians regarding their patient response to treatment.
Balance And Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT)
Concussion Treatment, Migraines, Fall Prevention, Balance Disorders
Vestibular rehabilitation is an exercise-based program aimed towards reducing or eliminating dizziness or balance problems as a result of inner ear dysfunction.
There are many reasons why your inner ear could be causing dizziness or balance problems.
Fall Prevention: Falls are the most likely cause for accidents in people over 65. This emphasizes that falls are a serious problem in maintaining an elders independence. As a person ages their balance becomes impaired. Some of the reasons why seniors tend to fall are changes in vision, lack of flexibility, less muscle strength, especially in their legs, and changes in their sleep patterns and sensory feedback.
Our Therapists can assess the cause of your symptoms and create a comprehensive plan to address the causes of your dizziness and balance problems.
Vestibular Physical Therapy Addresses:
Gait, Gaze Stability, Nausea, Dizziness or Lightheadedness, Vertigo
What we do:
Epely Maneuver/Canalith Repositioning, Balance Activities, Fall Prevention, Adaptation/Habituation Training, Education
Physical Therapy is one of the most commonly used types of rehabilitation for foot and ankle injuries, such as Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendonitis, Cuboid Syndrome, foot/ankle stress fractures and post-surgical cases. Our Therapists emphasize the use of therapeutic focused exercises that are designed to restore joint range of motion, muscle strength, neuromuscular coordination, and gait mechanics. We also use various manual techniques and modalities to reduce pain and inflammation.
Foot and Ankle Specialists
This class is a gentle Hatha Yoga mat class, consisting of: stretching, strengthening (by holding various poses), and breathe work with a component of meditation.
This is a perfect class for someone who is new to Yoga, would like to practice stretching and relaxation, or perhaps has an injury and is apprehensive about joining a more advanced yoga class in a traditional gym or Yoga studio setting. We offer small class sizes. We modify activity level to your ability and or injury.
Day/Time: Sunday 9:30 am - 10:30 am 8 classes per session
Level: Beginner-Intermediate, Class size: 10 people.
Teacher: Shubhada Wavikar, RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher)
Dates: Sunday July 14th to Sunday August 25th, 2019.
Cost: Purchase an 8 class card for $15 each class total $120.00, 6 class card $18/each total $108, Drop in rate $20 per class.
*All classes are non refundable and 8 and 6 class cards must be used within the 8 week session.
Have an injury? Want to return to exercise but are unsure how to get started? Apprehensive about reinjurying yourself ? This class will help you transition to a regular exercise program while learning to modify routines based on your injury, correct form to prevent reinjury and progress to regular exercise routines, all under the supervision of an experienced physical therapist and certified Pilates instructor.
Why Pilates?Famously used as the exercise of choice by dancers and boxers, Pilates is an excellent way to strengthen your core. Invented and promoted by Joseph Pilates in the late 1920's to the early 60's Pilates is used in rehabilitation to treat back, shoulder and hip pain. Pilates is a key component of improving posture. Pilates is for everybody. Athletes ,dancers, seniors, women rebounding from pregnancy, and people at various stages of rehabilitation all benefit from Pilates training.
Come to Back to You Physical Therapy to experience the advantages of exercising in a small class tranquil setting, with the skilled personalized instruction of an experienced physical therapist who is also a certified Pilates teacher.
Day/Time: Saturday 9:00 am-10:00 am, 6 classes per session
Level: Beginner - Intermediate, Class Size: 10 people
Teacher: Carol Pietromonaco Murfin, Physical Therapist
Dates: Saturday July 13th to Saturday August 17th, 2019.
Price: 6 class card $138, 4 class Card $100, or come in on a drop in basis. $30/class.
* All classes are non refundable. 6 and 4 class cards must be used within the 6 week session.
$100 for 45 minute session
Our therapeutic massages are provided by a Licensed Physical Therapist who is explicitly trained in therapeutic massage to give you effective relief of your painful areas.
Various massages offered include:
Deep Tissue to anyone who needs to relieve tension in their deep musculature
Pressure point release therapy to relieve tender points within the body's fascial tissue target your specific problem areas.
Our therapeutic massage can be combined with Physical Therapy self pay therapeutic modalities such as Electrical Stimulation and or heat. It may also include Kinesiotape if appropriate.
We sell ProTech Medical Insoles by Powerstep. These are medical grade orthotic insoles not sold in retail locations. We sell the ProTech Control, Protech Full and Classic Plus in a variety of sizes for both men and women in full and 3/4 lengths. We also offer sizes for Toddlers and Children. We recommend the 3/4 Slim Tech Orthotic to fit a high heeled shoe, soccer cleat, figure or hockey skate.
Book a 10 min free session with our Physical Therapist who will evaluate your foot and determine what type of insole is appropriate for your foot type or condition. Various conditions include heel pain, plantar fasciitis, knee, hip or low back pain. Flat footed (pes planus) or high arched (cavus foot) the ProTech Medical Insole offers the appropriate level of support for your foot type.
$30 per 30 min or $1/min, 15 min minimum required.
Normatec Compression Sleeves can reduce swelling and pain and help increase range of motion. The system includes a control unit and an attachment which goes on your legs. It uses compressed air to massage your limbs, mobilize fluid, and speed recovery with the patented NormaTec Pulse Massage Pattern.
The pulsing movements are helpful for preventing injuries and accelerating recovery time. The benefits of NormaTec Pulse include enhanced blood flow and dynamic compression that ensures that fluids leave the limbs after intense workouts.
This system is ideal for the athlete, recreational sports enthusiast or when recovering from a surgery.
Normatec Compression Sleeves
$75 for a 30 min session
Our physical therapists use video analysis to aid in the assessment of your running form to improve your technique for performance and to avoid injury.
$20 per 15 min session
Electrical nerve stimulation can help alleviate muscle pain and aid in recovery.
Electrical Muscle Stimulation can:
• Increase local blood circulation
• Reduce muscle soreness
• Prevent muscle atrophy
$25 per area
Kinesio Tape (KT Tape) is used to support injured muscles or joints without restricting full range of motion. It helps to aid in faster muscle recovery, preventing cramps or spasms. KT tape can also assist in reducing swelling.
$100 per 45 min session
Back to You Physical Therapy sports massages are customized to treat the specific strains on the body caused by your sport or activity. Whether you are a runner, cyclist, skier, or an active individual in general, we have a treatment specifically created for you!
$20 per 15 min session
Using a foam roller can help break up adhesions and scar tissue and speed up the healing and recovery process after a workout. Foam rolling also helps bring more blood to the muscles as well as improve flexibility.
Consult with us to instruct you in how to target specific muscle groups to relieve your areas of tightness and pain.
$20 per 15 min session
The Hypervolt is a cordless state of the art vibration massage device that helps relax sore and stiff muscles to improve mobility.
The Hypervolt helps improve range of motion, promote circulation, accelerate warm up and recovery.
create a 1 hour or more session from the
ala carte menu above and receive a discount