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At Team Rehab, our whole team is dedicated to quality treatment for our patients. We work to improve our quality in many different ways, including:

  • Tracking patient satisfaction;
  • Addressing patient concerns immediately;
  • Advanced training for all our staff;
  • Celebrating patients' success stories;
  • Publishing research in the physical therapy literature;
  • Participating in research studies;
  • Publishing articles to help our patients avoid injury and maintain good health.

Recent News Articles

Self-reported Balance Confidence Relates to Perceived Mobility Limitations in Older Cancer Survivors

November 10, 2016
Mobility difficulty in cancer survivors is the leading functional problem that impacts independence, participation, and quality of life.

The effect of tibio-femoral traction mobilization on passive knee flexion motion impairment and pain

November 2, 2016
The purpose of this case series was to explore the effects of tibio-femoral (TF) manual traction on pain and passive range of motion (PROM) in individuals with unilateral motion impairment and pain in knee flexion.

Ultrasound analysis of the vertebral artery during non-thrust cervical translatoric spinal manipulation

November 2, 2016
Cervical translatoric spinal manipulation (TSM) techniques have been suggested as a safer alternative to cervical thrust rotatory techniques. The objective of this study was to determine the effect of three C5–C6 non-thrust TSM techniques on vertebral artery (VA) lumen diameter (LD) and two blood flow velocity parameters. The two-tailed research hypothesis was that the TSM techniques would result in a significant change (increase or decrease) in blood flow velocity and arterial LD at the C5–C6 intertransverse portion of the VA.

Management of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis through the Use of Translatoric Manipulation and Lumbar Flexion Exercises: A Case Series

September 7, 2016
Lumbar spinal stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal canal or intervertebral foramen that can produce low back pain and leg pain and weakness. Surgical intervention is commonly performed to relieve these symptoms. Symptom reduction and longitudinal management of functional deficits with conservative care is less well documented.