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Sportsmetrics™

Sportsmetrics™ is the first and largest ACL injury prevention program designed to reduce the risk of injury and enhance athletic performance. Built on developing strength, coordination and overall physical conditioning, it has been scientifically proven to decrease serious knee ligament injuries in athletes.

Our staff includes one of ten Sportsmetric™ Certified clinicians in the state. We include this program’s training techniques both as part of our rehabilitative program and separately for athletes and local teams interested in educating members about injury prevention. Find out more about Sportsmetrics™ on their website.


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Kinesiology Tape

Kinesiology taping has become a very popular physical therapy treatment in the past several years. Body Mechanics Physical Therapy offers the use of two top-rated Kinesiology tape brands—Kinesio Tape and Rocktape. Kinesio Tape focuses largely on circulation and proprioception. Conversely, the goal of Rocktape is to modify fascia restriction. Both tapes work to improve healing time and restore normal function.


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IASTM

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) is the categorical name for a number of soft tissue mobilization methods (similar to massage) with the use of a tool or instrument. This broad category includes Graston therapy, Rock-tools, and a number of other tool-based therapies. IASTM therapy improves circulation and breaks up scar-tissue and fascia restriction to help the body heal and improve mobility.


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Post-Concussive
and Vertigo Rehab

Physical therapy has become an increasingly popular treatment for those suffering from concussion or vertigo symptoms. Through a series of manual techniques (for vertigo) and a select series of ocular-motor exercises (for both concussion and vertigo) physical therapy can help to alleviate a patient’s symptoms.


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Cupping Therapy

Cupping Therapy is a form of treatment in which a clinician applies cups to the skin to create suction. This directs blood and nutrients to targeted areas of inflammation or pain to improve circulation.

The methodology and the effects of Cupping Therapy differs by clinician. At Body Mechanics Physical Therapy, we specialize in dry cupping, which involves creating the suction with a mechanical pump rather than a flame.