BPPV TREATMENT THERAPY OPTIONS

What Is BPPV?

 

Totowa NJ BPPV Treatment ServicesBPPV stands for Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo and is a condition where you may have a sensation of spinning. This uncomfortable feeling of dizziness can be caused by an inner ear problem, or by changing your head’s position. Knowing the cause of BPPV is important in determining the type of treatment necessary. BPPV can be treated with Physical Therapy, Chiropractic care, or Acupuncture. Experienced therapists at Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa offer testing to determine the cause of BPPV and therapy options for treatment. We welcome the opportunity to help you learn about BPPV and how it can be treated to relieve discomfort for our Passaic County patients.

 

Treating Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo

 

The condition known as BPPV can be caused by head and neck problems as well as by inner ear issues. The Dix-Hallpike test can tell whether the problem is coming from the ear canal. This test can also help determine the treatment form. Treatment could be Physical Therapy, Chiropractic Care or Acupuncture.  Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo is rarely serious, but can become so when it increases the possibility of falling.

Treatment through Chiropractic Care may involve manipulation techniques. At Elite Spine our Passaic County Chiropractors are experienced in these techniques and have found them to be successful in addressing Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo.

Our Physical Therapists can offer relief from dizziness caused by BPPV with exercise and alignment. The dizziness may affect a person when lying down, sitting up or when standing. Treating vertigo can bring tremendous relief to anyone suffering from this condition.

Acupuncture is another treatment option for BPPV. Working with a professional acupuncturist that has experience with treating BPPV is essential to relief. This form of treatment can stimulate the area surrounding the ear toward realignment and comfort.

 

Seek Relief From Vertigo at Elite Spine

 

To learn about BPPV and possible treatment, contact our team at Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa. Our goal is always to relieve discomfort and allow you to go on with your life and enjoy active pursuits. If you are having issues with dizziness or a spinning sensation, give us a call at (862) 239-1768 and consult with one of our therapists about treatment.

POST OPERATIVE PHYSICAL THERAPY & REHABILITATION

Physical Therapy After An Operation

 

Totowa NJ Post Operative Physical Therapy ServicesPhysical Therapy and Rehabilitation are important for the success of your recovery after surgery. When your body has gone through a repair procedure you need to retrain it to be active again. This takes time and hard work. Everyone has a role in their own recovery after surgery. The physical therapy specialists at Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa can design a regimen of exercise to rehabilitate your body. We are focused on helping you get back to normal activity and become pain free.

 

How Do I Prepare For Post Operative Physical Therapy?

 

Being in good physical condition before an operation really helps the post operation healing process. Pre-op physical therapy is beneficial. Starting therapy after surgery is easier if you are in optimal condition before the operation. Elite Spine & Sports Care offers a program of pre-operation therapy that might be of enormous benefit.

 

What Should I Expect From Post Operative Physical Therapy?

 

Totowa NJ Post Operative Physical TherapyOur physical therapists design a comprehensive rehabilitation protocol for post surgery patients. This protocol would be set up to focus on the area of the surgery. It would promote healing, reduce swelling and address pain. While the program of rehabilitation would adjut as you recuperate, it would also focus on joint mobility, flexibility and building strength. There’s hard work ahead, so initially the program would center on preparation. Of course, your determination plays a big role in recovery. Regaining strength and mobility is up to you and commitment to the program will make recovery much easier and quicker.

 

Therapists Schedule Pre And Post-op Therapy Tailored To You!

 

If you are facing surgery, contact Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa and learn about NJ Physical Therapy options. We welcome the chance to inform you of our Pre-Operative Preparation and Post-Operative Physical Therapy centered on your recovery. Our expertise will help get you back in action, strong and pain free, with post surgery physical therapy and rehabilitation.

SPINAL STENOSIS TREATMENT

Define Spinal Stenosis

 

Totowa NJ Spinal Stenosis TreatmentSpinal Stenosis is the narrowing of the spinal canal in your back, causing pressure on the spinal cord. Spinal Stenosis can occur in any area of the back, but the most common trouble is in the lower back, or lumbar area. This pressure results in pain and burning in the back and down into the legs. Spinal Stenosis can make it hard to walk, and hard to stand up straight. At Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa our therapists are expert in the treatment of the pain of Spinal Stenosis without drugs or surgery.

 

 

What Causes Spinal Stenosis?

 

Usually Spinal Stenosis is the result of gradual wear and tear to your joints over time, or osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is a condition that causes changes in people by age 50, and Spinal Stenosis typically develops in people over 50. Most commonly this occurs in women. Spinal Stenosis can also be the result of an injury to the spine, or by earlier surgery to the spine. It can also be caused by Rheumatoid Arthritis, bone diseases, or spinal tumors.

 

What Are Symptoms of Spinal Stenosis?

 

Although there are generally no early symptoms of Spinal Stenosis, signs can develop over time. Some symptoms are:

  • Back Pain – mostly lower back or lumbar area pain
  • Burning feeling travelling into the buttocks and down into legs
  • Numbness, tingling or cramping of legs
  • Loss of sensation in feet, causing a foot to slap when walking

The development of more acute symptoms should always be looked at by a doctor.

 

How is Spinal Stenosis Treated?

 

 

Physical TherapistsTotowa NJ Flexion Distraction Therapy at Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa use Flexion Distraction Therapy in treating Spinal Stenosis. This non-surgical solution opens the spinal canal and relieves the pressure to the spinal cord that causes pain. Flexion Distraction Therapy is a chiropractic technique that takes the pressure off the spinal nerves. It is performed on a table that moves in a gentle motion, allowing the spine to flex. Along with this, a chiropractor will utilize manual manipulation to relieve pressure. The goal of this type of treatment is to get the spine to move correctly without pain.

 

Chiropractic Treatment and Physical Therapy For Spinal Stenosis

 

At Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa our staff are experienced in the use of Flexion Distraction Therapy for Spinal Stenosis. Our focus is on relieving your pain and getting you back to normal daily activity. If you are experiencing back pain and burning in your legs, give us a call to discuss treatment and answer questions. We can be reached at (862) 239-1768

TREATING CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

What Is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

 

Totowa NJ Carpal Tunnel Treatment Syndrome Treatment Options | NJ Physical TherapyCarpal Tunnel Syndrome is a condition where the median nerve, which runs from the forearm to the palm of the hand, becomes painful with numbness and tingling. This is usually a result of being pressed or squeezed. The carpal tunnel is a path of ligament and bones at the base of the hand which houses the nerve and tendons that bend the fingers. Obviously a very important area of your anatomy that is in constant use. The continual use of the hand in the same way, such as typing or clicking on computer or phone buttons can cause pain and discomfort in the hand and arm and lead to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Tennis players are also susceptible to this condition from gripping a tennis racquet for long periods of time.  Treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a specialty of the physical therapists at Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa.

 

There Are Treatment Options

 

For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome sufferers, this condition is very frustrating and uncomfortable. Fortunately there are a number of treatments available. Elite Spine offers expert physical therapy services in Passaic County to alleviate the symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

 

How Is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treated?

 

First thing to do when you start to notice the pain associated with constant use of the hands and wrists is to take frequent breaks. Learning the correct stretching and posture techniques for treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is the beginning of expert physical therapy instruction by Elite Spine staff. These exercises are helpful in treating the pain in your hands and wrists, and can be done during the day as you work. When these techniques don’t relieve the pain, our experienced therapists can use Active Release Technique, or Deep Tissue Laser Therapy. Our physical therapists are well known for helping people suffering with this painful condition, and for preventing future injuries.

 

Treatment Can Alleviate the Pain of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

 

Carpel Tunnel Syndrome is the result of continuous and strenuous use of the hands and wrists. When you call on our therapists at Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa to treat your pain, you are making the right choice. We have the expertise and experience to find the treatment that will work best for you. If you suffer from pain in your hands and wrists from overuse, give us a call and make an appointment for therapy. We can be reached at (862) 239-1768.

TREATING ACHILLES TENDINITIS

What Is Achilles Tendinitis?

 

Totowa NJ Achilles Tendinitis Treatment Achilles Tendinitis is a painful foot ailment. It is an inflammation of the Achilles Tendon, which is a band of tissues connecting the calf muscles to the heel bone. Typically this condition is brought on by running or jogging. The pounding stress put on your feet from running causes this inflammation of the Achilles tendon. Achilles Tendinitis can often lead to Plantar Fasciitis, which is the inflammation of a band of tissues that connects the heel to the toes. Together these two conditions can be very painful and debilitating. Our method of treating Achilles Tendinitis and Plantar Fasciitis is achieved without drugs or surgery.

 

How Is Achilles Tendinitis Treated?

 

At Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa our therapists treat Achilles Tendinitis and Plantar Totowa NJ Light Force Laser Treatment Fasciitis with Deep Tissue Laser Therapy. This is a relatively new technology that decreases the pain of these two ailments. Deep Tissue Laser Therapy stimulates cellular activity within your body, thereby creating healing. This treatment is administered using a LightForce Laser

 

Relief From Foot Pain Is Found At Elite Spine

 

At Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa we have therapists that are specialists in treating the pain of Achilles Tendinitis and Plantar Fasciitis. We use a drug free and surgery free form of treatment. Our focus is to have our Passaic County patients regain the use of their feet without pain and get back to the physical activities they enjoy. If you are suffering from the pain caused by Achilles Tendinitis and Plantar Fasciitis call us today at (862) 239-1768 for an appointment.

PHYSICAL THERAPY TO TREAT COMPUTER-USE NECK PAIN

Computer Use Can Cause Neck Pain

 

chiropractor totowa njIf you sit at your computer for hours at a time every day, you can end up with acute neck pain. Although our bodies are very adaptable, sitting in the same position for long periods of time causes pain and possibly lasting damage. The staff at Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa use Physical Therapy to help you heal and prevent neck pain, now and in the future. Poor habits and bad posture can create issues that cause pain and discomfort. We provide Physical Therapy to treat computer-use neck pain.

 

An Elite Spine Physical Therapist can see where your damage lies and offer corrective exercises and stretches during Computer-Use Neck Pain Physical Therapy. We can also determine whether you require Chiropractic Care. The Physical Therapists at Elite Spine offer treatment exercises that will alleviate your pain now and help you avoid pain in the future.

 

A Few Exercises To Alleviate Neck Pain

 

These are a few simple exercises that can help lessen the pain you suffer from computer use:

1. Scapular Rolls

Roll your shoulders up and hold for 5 seconds

Roll your shoulders back and hold for 5 seconds

Roll your shoulders down and hold for 5 seconds

2. Scapular Squeeze

Squeeze your shoulder blades together while sitting up straight. Hold this position for 5 seconds and release. Repeat 10 times.

 

Posture Plays A Part In Causing Neck Pain

 

The above exercises can help relieve pain from sitting in front of a computer but you should also be aware of your posture. Good posture can serve as treatment and prevention of unnecessary aches and pains.

Physical Therapists treating you for computer-use neck pain can assess your posture, and determine which muscle groups need to be strengthened and stretched while offering tips to improve your posture. Neck pain can be caused by other issues besides computer use, and we can help alleviate the discomfort no matter the cause.  Our Passaic County facility offers expert Physical Therapy to treat Computer-Use neck pain.

 

Schedule A Physical Therapy Appointment Today!

 

In Passaic County, Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa offers expert Physical Therapy treatment. If you are in pain from computer use or for any other reason, call on our excellent staff to help relieve your discomfort. We can be reached at (862) 239-1768.

 

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BENEFITS OF THE CARE OF A CHIROPRACTOR

How Can Seeing A Chiropractor Benefit Me?

 

chiropractor totowa njStudies indicate that Chiropractic Care benefits older people as well as athletes and active people of all ages. The care of a Chiropractor is beneficial in enabling you to have a healthy and pain free existence without drugs or surgery. Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa offers our patients the many benefits of the care of a skilled professional Chiropractor.

 

When Do I Need The Care Of A Chiropractor?

 

A Chiropractor is usually called upon to treat neuromusculoskeletal pain. This may include back pain, neck pain, joint pain and also headaches. Our Totowa NJ Chiropractor practices a hands-on approach that includes examination, diagnosis and treatment. Chiropractic treatment is generally manually applied. A Chiropractor has the skill to diagnose a problem and is trained to recommend therapeutic exercise. Lifestyle modification may also be recommended. If you are experiencing chronic back, neck, joint pain or headaches you may experience benefits from the care of a Chiropractor.

 

What Does A Chiropractor Do?

 

Generally a Chiropractor may perform “spinal manipulation”, also known as “chiropractic adjustment”. If your joints have become restricted due to an injury, this type of treatment is used to restore mobility by applying a controlled force. A tissue injury may be caused by a single traumatic event, or by repetitive stress. This could be the result of lifting a heavy object or by sitting or reclining in an awkward position for a long time. Your pain could also be the result of a sports related injury. In any case injured tissues can become inflamed and painful, thus resulting in lowered ability to function. Manipulation or adjustment of the affected area restores movement, alleviates pain and allows healing to take place. Manual medicine is used to treat pain, rather than drugs or surgery. Therapeutic exercise may also be recommended.

 

A Chiropractor Is A Pain Reliever

 

Chiropractic Care at Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa is focused on a patient’s individual needs. This is achieved through patient examination, diagnosing a specific problem, and treating the area of discomfort. If you suffer from chronic neck, back or joint pain, give us a call. We can be reached at (862) 239-1768.

 

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MOST INSURANCE PLANS ACCEPTED

Is My Insurance Plan Accepted? | Physical Therapy Passaic County NJ

 

acupuncture treatment passaic county njElite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa accepts most insurance plans and we list many of them on our website. If your plan is not listed, we suggest you call us and verify that your plan is accepted. We want everyone to have access to the excellent services provided by Elite Spine.

 

 

 

 

Examples of Insurance Plans Accepted by Elite Spine in Totowa

 

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Important Health Care Services are Covered by Insurance

 

Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa is dedicated to serving our patients with the best Physical Therapy, Chiropractor and Acupuncture techniques available. Our staff is well trained and experienced at working with our patients toward relief from debilitating pain and discomfort after injury or surgery. We want everyone to have the ability to enjoy life to the fullest, and not have recurring aches or pains. For full service pain and discomfort relief call Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa to consult with our staff. While receiving the most professional physical therapy treatment you can rest assured that your insurance plan is likely accepted by Elite. We can be reached at (862) 239-1768.

 

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AVOID BACK & KNEE PAIN DURING YARD WORK

Yard Work Often Causes Back Or Knee Pain

 

massage therapy totowa njIt’s Spring and you are probably working on getting your garden ready for the growing season. That means hours of bending over flowerbeds, or resting on your knees to weed. Both these activities and almost all yard work involves using muscles and joints you haven’t used for months. Trying to avoid back & knee pain during yard work takes effort. The Physical Therapists at Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa are experts at helping you prepare your body for strenuous garden maintenance.

 

Gardening Is Hard On The Body

 

Repetitive movement or being in the same position for extended periods of time can strain muscles, joints and ligaments. Yard work is actually exercise, and involves repetitive movement. Not too many people actually think of preparing their body for yard work, but why not? You train for races, tennis, or any competitive sport. While gardening isn’t competitive, it does work the muscles and joints like sports do.

 

Tips To Avoid Pain While Doing Yard Work

 

Here are some ways to avoid back & knee pain during yard work:

 

  • Like with any sport, stretching before you start, during and after gardening will help keep your muscles and joints limber.
  • Try not to stay in the same position for too long. Take breaks or change the activity.
  • Always keep good posture in mind. Try not to hunch over or cross your legs. It may seem like a comfortable way to do a certain task, but you’ll feel it later.
  • Use knee pads when a job requires kneeling. This not only provides relief to your knees, it also keeps them from getting soiled.

Prepare Your Body With Physical Therapy

 

 

The experience and knowledge of our Physical Therapy staff can be invaluable in preparing you for yard work. If you don’t think of seeking preparation before you start, you may find you’d like our help after you’ve been working in the garden. Our therapists are here to help address areas of pain and relieve them. We want you to get back to doing the things you enjoy and be pain free. Give us a call at (862) 239-1768 and make an appointment.

 

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TREATMENT FOR ROTATOR CUFF INJURY

Rotator Cuff Injury Can Be Treated

 

massage therapy totowa njRotator Cuff Injury is painful and can really curtail physical activity that depends upon the use of the shoulder. The Rotator Cuff is made up of 4 tendons and muscles that unite around the shoulder joint, and are instrumental to the mobility of the shoulder and arm. These tendons keep the ball of your upper-arm bone in your shoulder socket and help you raise and rotate your arm. Injury to this area can cause tears or swelling and result in pain and lowering flexibility. The physical therapists at Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa can treat these injuries. While treating the injuries our therapists can also teach you about tools to use for future prevention. Treatment for Rotator Cuff Injury is usually accomplished with Deep Tissue Laser Therapy.

 

What Are Symptoms of Rotator Cuff Injury?

 

Symptoms of Rotator Cuff Injury include weakness and pain in the shoulder, difficulty lifting your arm above your head, cracking or creaking sounds when moving the shoulder. If you experience these symptoms call your doctor or make an appointment with Elite Spine for an analysis. When addressed quickly treatment can begin and the pain and discomfort can be alleviated.

 

How is Rotator Cuff Injury Treated?

 

At Elite Spine & Sports Care of Totowa our physical therapists focus on Deep Tissue Laser Therapy for Rotator Cuff injuries. Treatment involves strengthening the scapular and arm muscles surrounding the Rotator Cuff. Deep Tissue Laser Therapy also speeds up the recovery process. It gets the blood flowing so that tendons can heal. The Rotator Cuff is one of the most mobile joints and having it work properly is essential for an active lifestyle. The physical therapists in Passaic County attend to your healing and promote preventative exercises to keep you enjoying the activities you love. Rotator Cuff Injury is one of the conditions we treat regularly.

 

Deep Tissue Laser Therapy Is Available at our Passaic and Bergen County locations

 

If you live in Passaic County and have suffered an injury to your Rotator Cuff and are in pain, give us a call at (862) 239-1768 in Totowa for an analysis of your injury and a guide for treatment. Our Physical Therapy services are available to help you alleviate pain, learn how to exercise to help heal, and get back to an active life as quickly as possible.

 

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