DO WHAT YOU LOVE AGAIN
DO WHAT YOU LOVE AGAIN
Finding answers for a growing problem
Are you frustrated because your pain has not gone away yet? Although it is common for people to have ongoing pain and injuries, it becomes more frustrating when medical interventions, exercise, or rest do not fix or even alleviate your pain. Eventually, you find yourself still looking for solutions but start to lose hope because your pain limits your life with work, family or sports. We call this ‘Unresolved Pain’.
We find today’s health care is commonly based on a triage-based approach that looks to give you quick answers and remedies. Motion Stability believes, instead, that the key in successful pain resolution comes by taking the time to fully understand what is contributing to your pain and provide a comprehensive treatment plan to address the complexity of your pain.
You may think that your pain is due to just a structural problem such as a herniated disc, a bone spur, or strain in your tendon. Although they may be reasons why your pain persists, there is usually more to it. Motion Stability takes into consideration the involvement of four main categories or reasons that may contribute to your ongoing pain. They include: Types of Pain, Tissue Pathology, Movement Dysfunction, and the Internal Body. Our success in treating your pain comes by determining which of these categories may be involved, how they influence each other, and determining the priorities in focusing our treatment regimens. Even though your pain may be identical to somebody else’s, your pain is unique to the person you are and the life you live. We aim to tell you the story why your pain exists and an individualized plan to resolve it.
Whether you’re a weekend warrior or a professional athlete, Motion Stability offers specialized rehabilitation techniques and training strategies for your specific sport.
We understand that the success in rehabilitating an athlete from their injuries requires clinicians that understand the nature of your sport. This includes treating injuries that are unique to your sport, techniques and movements specific to your sport, and training regimens that are required to meet your performance goals. Feel free to contact us to ask how we can tailor your physical therapy program specifically to you.