Integration Therapy brings a holistic approach to treating clients for long-term change. Physical Therapy at Integration Therapy can include manual therapy, cold laser treatment, dry needling, IASTM (instrument-assisted soft-tissue mobilization), kinesiotaping, and more to improve the client's functional abilities.
Treatments involve joint mobilization and manipulation; muscle stretching; light therapy to improve tissue repair and inflammation; using instruments or tools to massage, mobilize or manipulate soft tissue structures; and functional exercises to build support and stabilization of muscles.
Massage therapy manipulates the soft tissues of your body — muscle, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments and skin — using varying degrees of pressure and movement. There are many styles of massage therapy that can be used depending on the tissue quality and type that is being treated, the dysfunction being addressed, and the overall purpose behind the massage.