Shoulder Pain and Rotator Cuff Tear- FREE EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOP
Monday, August 19th 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Have you been suffering from shoulder pain? Have you tried treatment without any results? Come to our workshop and learn about the main causes of shoulder pain. Additionally, see a demonstration by Dr. John Stephen on how physical therapy at Rehab Specialists can heal those suffering from shoulder pain for good. We have limited seats, register today using the link below or call us to reserve your seat at 269-459-6212. This event could change your life!
Hands on Workshop based on Integrated approach of various manual therapy concepts conducted by Midwest Professional Medical Education and Capri Institute of Manual Therapy that has trained more than 10,000 Physios in more Than 200 workshops Conducted in last 15 years in Various countries including USA, Canada, Jordan, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Malaysia, Bangladesh, and all over India and treated more than 85,000 patients in last 25 years.
Next course will begin on November 14th, 2019. Visit the link for more information: www.mpme.info
Class IV Laser Therapy
Laser therapy is a non-invasive technique to help reduce pain and inflammation. Laser therapy can be safely used as an adjunct or replacement for pharmaceutical drugs. This pain relief treatment is FDA cleared and enables patients to have an alternative to drugs and surgery.
Laser therapy treatments last between 5 and 10 minutes depending on the condition being treated. Laser therapy treatments must be administered directly to skin, as laser light cannot penetrate through layers of clothing. You will feel a soothing warmth as the therapy is administered.
Peripheral Neuropathy and effectiveness of multi-modal interventions in managing symptoms - A clinical Case Study
John Stephen, PT,PPD, Cert MDT, Cert MT
Clinic Director, Rehab Specialists
A case study of a 75 year old female who presents with severe intractable pain in both feet, loss of plantar feet sensation and lower leg, intermittent loss of balance and dizziness for the past 3 years . Patient was referred to skilled out patients physical therapy by her primary care physician after a traditional pharmacological therapy and previous physical therapy failed to control her symptoms. After a comprehensive evaluation a multi-modal treatment protocol was chosen which involved neuro-mobilization techniques, balance reeducation, micro-current point stimulation (MPS), and anodyne therapy. Patient had a slow but good progress with the protocol and pain was significantly reduced in 5 visits and by 12th visit her balance, dizziness and sensation was restored 75%. This case study provides supportive evidence that a multi-modal intervention protocol is effective in controlling pain, improve sensation, improve balance and to prevent falls. Patient was able to maintain her progress after 10 months.