What We Treat

Orthopedic Conditions

Back pain, neck pain, strains, arthritis, tendonitis- we can help! Orthopedic conditions are our specialty- don’t let a diagnosis or injury stop you from doing what you love.


Victor, NY


I finally felt like myself again, my leg is stronger than ever and I was able to return to my normal routine at the gym in just a few weeks!

Specific Orthopedic Conditions

Injuries and diseases that negatively affect the musculoskeletal system. The body system includes the muscles, bones, nerves, joints, ligaments, tendons, and other connective tissues.
TMJ Disfunction
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) connects the jaw to the skull. TMJ can also be caused by a misalignment of the teeth, gum chewing, arthritis, teeth grinding, or jaw injury.
Wrist/Hand Pain
Pain occurs when bones are broken, muscles are strained or sprained, and ligaments and tendons are torn or damaged.
Shoulder Dislocation
Injury often happens with sports accidents or falls, your shoulder socket actually separates from the ball of your arm.
Tennis Elbow/Golfer’s Elbow
This condition is normally caused by overuse of the elbow. Elbow pain occurs when your tendons become inflamed. Any type of elbow pain is often the result of engaging in repetitive tasks or a sports injury.
Hip Pain/Impingement
Hip pain can be caused by a fall, a small fracture, or Arthritis can lead to serious pain. This intense pain happens when the cushioning sacs between your joints and connective tissues grow inflamed.
Planter Fasciitis
A common pain that can be alleviated through a series of exercises to stretch the plantar fascia and Achilles tendon and to strengthen lower leg muscles.
Are you having trouble identifying the difference between a strain and a sprain? There’s a key difference, we can help determine it!
Foot and Ankle Pain
Experiencing foot pain? Is it difficult to walk, exercise, or socialize due to this discomfort? It’s really no surprise. Your feet are some of the hardest-working parts of your body.
Knee Pain/Injuries
Knee pain can happen due to wearing down of the knee joint over time. Knee fractures can be difficult to heal and are common causes of knee pain. Knee pain is often connected to ligament injuries.
Neck Pain/Headaches
Tension, injury, poor posture or stress can cause pain to develop in your neck. The most important step in treating your pain with physical therapy is to identify its cause.
Back Pain
Dealing with back pain can be a challenge- facing the pain with the right approach is the answer to receive long-term results.
Rotator Cuff Problems
Rotator cuff injury can include muscle tears, bursitis, tendinitis, and other injuries. If your rotator is damaged, you’ll have severe pain throughout your entire shoulder.

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