Atlanta Physical Therapy Services by Dr. Nick in Decatur GA
Most patients who seek treatment with Dr. Nick find that more than one physical therapy approach works best. Dr. Nick’s open and friendly demeanor helps you feel comfortable during your healing journey.
Dr. Nick has a unique ability to create a blend of sensitivity and functionality. He combines the personalized approach to the sensitive nature that pelvic health issues require with sports medicine practices’ functionality, fun, and light-heartedness. All while using the latest technologies and research. https://www.apta.org/
Trigger Point Dry Needling
Dr. Nick finds that Trigger Point Dry Needling helps break up the tight nodules in the muscle causing your pain. The treatments quickly restore function. Dr. Nick also uses the e-stim clamps on the needles, so many patients experience a reduction in pain after only one session. It takes more treatments to be sure your pain stays away, but Dr. Nick swears by this technique!
Men and Women’s Pelvic Health
Dr. Nick uses the latest technology to help both men and women regain the freedom that pelvic health offers. The ability to activate and deactivate your internal pelvic floor musculature will transform your lifestyle! Dr. Nick specializes in pelvic health, shadowing pelvic health professionals across many professions even before completing his physical therapy education.
Blood Flow Restriction Training
This exceptionally well-established post-surgical physical therapy protocol decreases the blood flow to the muscles below the surgical site. This, in short, leads to the ability to perform physical therapy exercises with less weight while producing the same results as if using much heavier weights. Smart Cuffs by Smart Tools
Dr. Nick is a big proponent of compression therapy. In fact, he actually wears rather tight compression socks daily as a prophylactic measure (go ahead and ask to see them!) These Normatec 2.0 by Hyperice boots bring the effect of compression therapy to the next level by providing a higher compression, more uniformly, higher up the leg to promote blood flow and recovery.