What’s Bothering You?
Conditions We Treat
There are many reasons why we start to move differently, move less, experience pain, or lose our ability to perform the way we would like. Maybe after pregnancy you started to leak urine with certain movements, so you reduced your activities. Perhaps you have an old sports injury that changed your ease of movement and now things feel effortful when you exercise. Perhaps you are recovering from surgery. Or maybe you just gradually developed your problem and no matter how much you try, you can’t seem to get back to doing the things you love.
Whether you are in pain and simply want your pain to go away, you have an injury and want to optimize your recovery, or whether you want to jump higher, run faster, or throw further, our team can help you.
ConnectTherapy & the Thoracic Ring Approach provide our therapists with a whole person framework to assess and treat you. This means that not only will we will do an assessment of your painful or symptomatic area, we will also perform a thorough whole body movement assessment that allows us to determine where the true underlying causes of your symptoms are. We call these areas your “Drivers”.
Because ConnectTherapy is a model that integrates knowledge from many sources, and considers all different systems and regions of the body, it can be applied to treat many different problems and conditions. Some examples of conditions we treat include:
- Injuries related to a car accident (post-MVA)
- Neck pain
- Back pain
- Pelvic girdle pain
- Sports Injuries
- Running-related problems
- Groin pain, FAI (femoroacetabular impingement) syndrome
- Diastasis Rectus Abdominis (DRA, separation of the abdominals)
- Non-optimal “core” function and poor abdominal recruitment
- Peri- and Post-natal problems
- Incontinence, urgency, painful intercourse, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic floor pain, Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS), rectal dysfunction (for both women & men – see information on our Healthy Pelvic Floor program)
- Post-Prostatectomy problems
- Shoulder impingement
- Rotator cuff problems, loss of shoulder control/ subluxation
- Patellofemoral pain
- Knee & Ankle ligament sprains
- Tendinopathies – hamstrings, Achilles, and other regions
- Breathing difficulties
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD)
- Post-surgical rehab