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Treatments & Services

CYNC Physical Therapy and Wellness is a boutique like clinic that offers the utmost personalized and impactful therapy sessions. We pride ourselves in providing ONLY one on one individualized treatment sessions with a doctor of physical therapy. Our rehabilitation program is patient specific and each treatment session is customized to accommodate each individual’s injury and needs. We use the most up to date technology and techniques that are heavily researched and proven effective to secure your road to recovery.

 

CYNC abides to deliver the highest quality of care to our patients. Our physical therapists are here to provide the attention that patients need during their recovery. Progress is tracked, questions are always encouraged, and time during your session is respected. Our concierge physical therapy services are also offered to accommodate a New Yorker’s busy lifestyle (please inquire if interested). Our mission is to assist our patients in restoring their physical movements while regaining independence to enjoy activities that they enjoy.

Life is met with many demands and events that tend to tax and challenge our physical health and body. As humans, we oftentimes forget that the most important asset we own is our body. The significance of our physical health and body is constantly overshadowed, and we spend more time complaining about the aches and pains that plague us than actually doing something about it. BUT, it shouldn't be that way.  We should make  it a priority to invest, nourish, protect, and better it. After all, we only got ONE.

Our approach to each injury is DIFFERENT. Hence, we believe the utilization of various techniques is necessary to suit each individual’s needs. Some therapeutic tools & techniques include but not limited to:

MANUAL THERAPY

Skilled hand movements intended to improve tissue extensibility and muscle function, increase joint range of motion, modulate pain, and reduce inflammation and swelling. Techniques include: trigger point therapy, joint mobilizations, soft tissue massage, myofascial release, etc.

BLOOD FLOW RESTRICTION (BFR)

A training method that partially restricts arterial inflow and fully restricts venous outflow in working musculature during exercise. BFR uses blood flow restriction to enhance muscular strength and hypertrophy via resistance training and aerobic exercises while preventing muscle atrophy.

 

EFFECTIVE MODALITIES

A type of electrical, thermal or mechanical energy that causes physiological changes. It is used to relieve pain, improve circulation, decrease swelling, reduce muscle spasm, and deliver medication in conjunction with other procedures. Modalities include ultrasound, electric stimulation, infrared therapy, etc.

CUPPING

The utilization of special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction.  Functional & static cupping aims to reduce pain & inflammation, increase blood flow to areas being treated, promote relaxation and well-being, and can act as a form of deep tissue massage.

KINESIOLOGY TAPING (KT)

The use of elastic tape on your body in specific directions. KT serves to facilitate movement and inhibit pain, increase flexibility and circulation, and provide support to your joints, muscles, and tendons.

WHOLE BODY VIBRATION (WBV)

The use of vibratory stimuli to the human body. WBV is a form of treatment that plays an important role in increasing neuromuscular performance, improving muscular strength, balance, gait mechanics, and quality of life.

THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE

Prescribed corrective exercises and movements aimed to restore muscular and skeletal function. Proper therapeutic exercises continue to be the main form of treatment method in physical therapy.

NEUROMUSCULAR RE-EDUCATION 

Movements and techniques that trains your muscles, your brain, and the nerves used for them to communicate with each other to improve movement, strength, balance and function.

PROPRIOCEPTIVE TRAINING

An intervention that targets the improvement of proprioceptive function. It focuses on the use of somatosensory signals such as proprioceptive or tactile input in the absence of information from other modalities such as vision.

POSTURAL AND BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS

A full observational assessment to determine tension areas due to poor posture and alignment.

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