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Orthopedic Rehabilitation

Orthopedic rehabilitation can deal with post operative care as well as non-operative issues.  Physical therapy patients can benefit from services from anything from total joint arthroplasties, bursitis issues, and joint arthritis. 

Low Back Injuries
Balance issues

Balance issues can come from many different problems.  The job of the physical therapist is to identify the problem and develop a plan to correct the issue to lessen the chance of falling.

Sports Screening

Athletes have the risk for loss of practice and playing time due to injury. Physical therapy can screen athletes to determine if the injury can be treated with physical therapy or if other medical treatment is necessary. 

Concussion Management

Physical therapy services can be very beneficial in treating low back issues including herniated discs, stenosis, sciatica, and piriformis syndrome.  Many studies have shown that a structured exercise program can treat low back pain and reduce the risk for re-occurrence. 

Wellness Programs

Wellness programs can be set up by physical therapy to address all aspects of wellness including mind, body, and spirit.  Physical therapists can specifically structure a program and work on goal setting for one individual or for large groups. 


E-Stim is an abbreviation for Electrical Stimulation. It is a technique used to elicit a muscle contraction with the help of electrical impulses. Benefits that come from this technique include strengthen and re-educate muscles, tissue repair, helps control swelling, and improves motion. 

BPPV is an abbreviation for Benign Proximal Positional Vertigo.  BPPV can affect the vestibular system causing dizziness and balance issues. This can be corrected with maneuvers completed by physical therapy. 

Ergonomic Anaylsis

Ergonomics is defined as- modifications (especially of workplace design) intended to provide optimum comfort and to avoid stress or injury. Physical therapy services can assess and recommend these modifications to decrease risk of overuse injuries. 


Normatec is a form of vasopnuematic pressure designed to apply pressure to an extremity helping in the reduction of swelling. Benefits from this treatment help reduce muscle soreness, decrease muscle recovery time, and increase blood flow and circulation.


Astym is a specific manual technique that works on facilitating tissue regeneration.  For more information visit   .


Cupping is a form of massage therapy which decompresses soft tissues using a vacuum suction that sends more blood flow to stimulate a natural healing process. Benefits that can come from this technique include a deep tissue massage and helps promote relaxation. 

Concussion is a contusion of the brain causing trauma to the brain due to a direct hit or rebound effect with the brain hitting the inside of the skull. Physical therapy can give recommendations on concussion management as well as help treat symptoms. 

Dry Needling

Dry Needling is performed by a skilled, trained physical therapist, certified in the procedure. This technique helps improve oxygen circulation, eases joint & muscle pain, and loosens stiff muscles to allow for quicker recovery. 


Traction is a therapeutic method that helps relieve pain by stretching and realigning the spinal vertebrae and muscles. This can be done either manually or mechanically. We offer both options at Rangeland Rehab. 


Therapeutic Ultrasound is a noninvasive treatment in which sound waves are used to help provide a deep healing to soft tissues in the body. 


BFR is an abbreviation for Blood Flow Restriction. This technique uses a tourniquet, while at rest or exercising, to achieve significant gains in muscle strength and size by using signifcantly less weight. 

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