Other Therapies

Ultrasound Therapy

Ultrasound utilizes high frequency sound waves in order to penetrate the affected area to reduce swelling and inflammation and aiding in the reduction of calcification.

Electrical Stimulation Therapy

Interferential Therapy

Interferential therapy simulates low frequency electrical stimulation of the nerves to reduce the painful affects of spastic and sensitive muscles. This treatment causes the body to release its natural pain killers known as endorphins and stimulate the healing process.


Diathermy works on multiple levels by increasing the production of white blood cells, increasing circulation in the affected areas and relaxing tense muscles. This therapy is produced using high-frequency electromagnetic currents produce electrically induced heat.


Hydrotherapy utilized warm pulsating water to relax spastic muscles and relieve pressure on surrounding nerves.