Services Provided at Restore Physical Therapy

"Physical Therapy is the practice of restoring the body's natural movement and posture by incorporating strengthening and stretching . If you find yourself in pain, a Restore Physical Therapist will evaluate the problem and use a hands on approach to treat your dysfunction to return to work, play or just everyday activity."

Stephen Peaden, DPT
  • Neck Pain
    • headaches
    • vertigo
    • stenosis
  • Shoulder pain
    • impingement
    • instability
    • rotator cuff dysfunction
  • Elbow pain
    • tennis elbow
    • golfer’s elbow
  • Wrist and hand pain
    • carpal tunnel syndrome
    • TFCC tear
  • Hip Pain
    • bursitis
    • pelvic asymmetry
Back Pain – Spinal Disorders and injuries
  • bulging disc
  • herniated disc
  • spondylisthesis
  • stenosis
  • scoliosis
  • sciatica
  • degenerative disc disease
  • Knee Pain
    • ACL tear
    • Meniscus tear
    • patellar tendinitis
    • chondromalacia
  • Foot and Ankle Pain
    • plantar fasciitis
    • achilles tendinitis
    • ankle sprain
    • shin splints
  • Other Conditions
      • joint pain from arthritis
      • joint replacement
      • tendinitis
      • nerve pain
      • sports injuries
      • work related injuries
The benefits of drying needling are many

“I have suffered from migraines for over 30 years-chronic for 10 years. I have tried every medicine and remedy suggested. During physical therapy appointments at Restore, I learned about dry needling and decided to try it. After six weeks of treatments I have been able to stop taking all of my migraine medications."

Meg Peters

Benefits of Dry Needling

Relax Tight Muscles: Dry Needling is like a reset button for your muscles.
Improve Blood Flow: Dry needling seeks out trigger points and releases them using an ultra-thin acupuncture needle. With relaxed muscles comes improved blood flow!
Decrease Pain by releasing the body’s natural pain killers: Dry needling activates the body to release opiate peptides like beta-endorphins, enkephalins, and dynorphins. (Less science talk version) These neurotransmitters work to block transmission of pain information to the brain and spinal cord.
Improve Movement: This improved movement is due to dry needling releasing trigger points, increasing blood flow, and reducing pain.
Treat Chronic Pain: It’s used as part of a larger treatment plan to effectively manage conditions like shoulder pain, back pain, neck pain, headaches, plantar fasciitis, tennis/golf elbow, sciatica and more.
Results in less need in the use of opioids or pain killers!