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Get Back to Your Game Sooner with Our Specialized Reset Physical Therapy Method

Updated: May 6

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Marathon runners, baseball players, powerlifters, and casual gym-goers all face diverse physical challenges, and each individual has a unique anatomy. This is why our approach to managing pain and improving movement is tailored to meet the specific needs of different sports and lifestyles.


Our physical therapy focus is on targeting the muscle groups that are essential for both your daily activities and your chosen sport. By tailoring your physical therapy to mimic the specific movements of your body, we help you achieve optimal performance and maintain muscle health over the long haul.


The key to our physical therapy methodology is the concept of Reset – the imbalance of the nervous system output alters your movement patterns and causes pain. Our goal is to help the body relax and restore nervous system output at locations of imbalance that often go unnoticed. By doing this, the areas of the body will respond appropriately, which will allow for improved functionality and decreased pain.


Here's how our Reset Physical Therapy Method benefits your Performance:


POINT RESET™ A special dry needling method, that was developed by Dr. Cody Johnson, DPT which has been practiced with optimum results for many years to help you recover faster and perform at your absolute best


Cupping: Reinforces the Point Reset to reduce inflammation, recover faster, decrease musculoskeletal pain


Kinesiology Taping

Kinesiology Taping:   Can rapidly decrease swelling and inflammation, expediting the healing process by enhancing blood circulation and promoting lymphatic health


Compression Massage Therapy:  Reduce inflammation and swelling, removal of lactic acid, prevent muscle soreness, speeds up recovery process



Are you ready to take your training to the next level this summer? 


Train smarter, perform better, and live healthier.


Schedule your appointment with Athletic Advantage Physical Therapy today.



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