Restor Physical Therapy offers a variety of Specialty Programs to fit your needs. They are:
Designed to maximize a child’s developmental function using the benefits of water, this medium allows for a greater number of activities to be performed versus those on land. For the physically challenged child, water may be the only environment in which total independence is achieved.
We serve a variety of neurological, genetic, developmental and orthopedic disorders including but not limited to: Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, Osteogenesis Imperfecta, Amputees, Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis, Spina Bifida, Central Nervous System Infection, Head Injuries, Spinal Cord Injuries, Autism, Attention Deficit Disorder, Cognitive Delays, Asthma and Cystic Fibrosis.
Cumulative trauma is one the most frequent causes of injury. To counteract the effects of cumulative trauma, our team of physical therapists developed a program called the body balance system. This system is based on the principles of yoga, with modifications to enhance the effects of reversing cumulative trauma and related injuries.
This yoga-based intervention enhances the treatment of all the conditions presented and has become a large part of our clinical practice model. This form of therapy is extremely effective in improving strength, range of motion, posture, balance and coordination.
This revolutionary program is designed to reduce rising worker’s compensation costs. Business Health is a comprehensive return-to-work curriculum designed and customized by health care providers to meet the needs of your company. We attack rising worker’s compensation costs through prevention and treatment strategies based on the job description of each employee. Our goal is to decrease the number of injuries in the work place and to deliver the best care available when injuries do occur.
The success of this program revolves around early intervention when injuries do occur. We work with your company to see that care is delivered as soon as possible, once an injury does happen. Research indicates that early treatment, within the first week of the injury, reduces the time off work from 31 days to 3 days. We take a sports medicine approach to treating work related injuries. When an athlete is injured, treatment begins immediately and all resources are utilized to see that the athlete returns to action as soon as possible. We treat each injured employee like any athlete because we realize that time off work affects productivity and profits.
RESTOR has recently teamed up with The Dan Naulty Pitching Academy to develop a comprehensive program for baseball players in general. Dan Naulty is a former Major League pitcher winning a World Series title with the New York Yankees in 1999. His career was cut short due to an arm injury that he developed after years of throwing improperly. He formed the Dan Naulty Pitching Academy to teach young athletes to throw using proper technique and preventing arm problems that affect so many young players today. Dan utilizes the principles of pitching based on the Nolan Ryan protocol that he learned late in his career.
RESTOR has added the strength and conditioning component to the program improving the body for the demands of throwing correctly. Specific conditioning drills and exercises are used to develop strength and power in the legs, trunk and shoulder.Yoga based therapy is used to improve range of motion of the legs and trunk allowing for each pitcher and position player to exert force from the larger muscles of the body, ultimately reduce arm stress.
RESTOR staff works with Dan at his weekly clinic and has gained an intimate knowledge of the proper mechanics of pitching and the specific demands of baseball. We assist in the teaching, and planning and implementation of the strength and conditioning components. This includes proper warm up, footwork and agility, plyometrics, stretching, base running technique and speed development. We treat and train many pitchers and position players in our clinic from high school, college and professional ranks.