? All physical therapy treatments are carefully tailored to the individual needs of each patient. The specific treatments to be performed will be determined by the treating physical therapist at the time of your initial evaluation and will be modified appropriately as your condition progresses. Treatment may include: Joint Mobilization: The application of movement to a joint for the purpose of increasing motion and flexibility. This technique is most often used to reduce pain. Soft Tissue Mobilization: The application of movement and force to the muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves and other soft tissue for the purpose of promoting healing and normalization. Often used to reduce pain and spasm as well as increase tissue mobility. Pressure Point Release: The application of point specific pressure to muscles that are actively in spasm or causing pain. Used to normalize muscle length and function as well as reduce pain. Therapeutic Exercise: The active process of strengthening and balancing the musculoskeletal system to increase stability around joints and promote normalized, functional movement. Physical Therapists are the leading experts in helping individuals get fit and strong safely. Therapeutic Activities: The integration of functional movement into the rehabilitation process in order to regain the ability to correct one’s posture, normalize one’s balance, and complete one’s typical daily skills without pain or symptoms. Modalities: The use of equipment such as ice packs, moist heat packs and infrared cold laser in adjunct with the techniques described above for the purpose of increasing healing and decreasing pain.