Certified Hand Therapy
Certified Hand Therapists employed at TRAHC are highly skilled clinicians that are required to complete three years of practice experience with 4,000 hours or more of direct practice in hand therapy, successful completion of a comprehensive test of advanced clinical skills and theory in upper quarter rehabilitation. CHTs are Occupational therapists or Physical therapists who are the most recognized and preferred providers for skilled hand therapy services.
Certified Spinal Manipulation Therapy
TRAHC proudly offers Certified Spinal Manipulation (Cert.SMT) therapist who are trained and credentialed through The American Academy of Manipulative Therapy. This certification requires an extensive training course with over 80 hours of hands on training as well as continuing education in current evidence-based research for the use of HVLA thrust manipulation for a variety of neuromusculoskeletal conditions.
TRAHC offers Dry needling services by physical therapists who are certified by The American Academy of Manipulative Therapy. Dry needling is a technique used to treat many conditions. It involves the use of solid filiform needles for the treatment of muscle pain, pain related to myofascial pain syndrome, neuropathic pain, tendonits, and/or trigger points within muscles. Dry needling is almost always used as a part of an overall plan that will likely include some type of exercise, manual therapy, therapeutic modalities, and education.
Instrument-Assisted Soft-Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)
IASTM involves using a range of tools to enable clinicians to efficiently locate and treat individuals diagnosed with musculoskeletal soft-tissue dysfunction. Common conditions that are typically treated with IASTM include: tendinopathies, Achilles tendinosis, rotator cuff injuries, IT band syndrome and plantar fasciitis, among others.