Treatment by Diagnosis

We reduce pain and treat many conditions and diagnoses including:

Neck/Cervical Issues


Neck Pain
Cervical Disc Disorder
Cervical Myelopathy
Cervical Radiculopathy
Cervical Stenosis
Cervical Strain
Degenerative Disc Disease – DDD of the Cervical/Neck
Degenerative Joint Disease of the Cervical/ Neck
Spondylosis Cervical
Tension HA Headache

Thoracic and Lumbar/Spine Issues

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Herniated Disc
Low Back Pain – LBP
Lumbar Disc Disorder
Lumbar Myelopathy
Lumbar Strain
SIJ Disorder
Ankylosing Spondylitis
Degenerative Disc Disease – DDD (general)
Degenerative Disc Disease – DDD (lumbar)
Degenerative Disc Disease – DDD (thoracic)
Degenerative Joint Disease of the Lumbar Spine/Low Back
Osteoarthritis of the Lumbar Spine/Low Back
Thoracic Fracture
Thoracic Disc Disorder
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
Thoracic Pain
Vertebral Fracture

Shoulder Issues

AC Separation
Adhesive Capsulitis
Bicipital Tendinitis
Cartilage Tear
Chronic Dislocation
Clavical Fracture
Frozen Shoulder
Greater Tuberosity Fracture
Humeral Fracture
Impingement Syndrome
Rotator Cuff Syndrome/ RC Syndrome
Rotator Cuff Tear/ RC Tear
Rotator Cuff Tendonitis/ RC Tendonitis
Shoulder Bursitis
Shoulder Dislocation
Shoulder Instability
Shoulder Osteoarthritis – OA
Shoulder Pain
Snapping Scapula

Pelvis, Hip and Thigh(Upper Leg) Issues

Therapeutic massage
AVN Femoral Head – Avascular Necrosis
Femoral Neck Fracture
Hip OA – Osteoarthritis
Labral Tear
Femoral Acetabular Impingement – FAI
Gluteal Bursitis
Hamstring Tear/Strain
Adductor Strain
Femur Fracture
Pelvic Fracture
Pelvic Pain
Psoas Tendinitis
Trochanteric Bursitis

Knee Issue

Knee therapy
ACL Tear
ITB Syndrome – Ilio-Tibial Band
Knee Contracture
Knee OA – Osteoarthritis
Knee Pain
Lateral Meniscus Tear
MCL Sprain – Medial Collateral Ligament
MCL Tear – Medial Collateral Ligament
Medial Meniscus Tear
Meniscus Derangement
Patella Dislocation
Patella Fracture
Patellar Tendinitis
Patella Tendon Rupture
PCL Tear – Posterior Collateral Ligament
Pes Anserine Bursitis
Patello-femoral Pain Syndrome -PFPS, aka. Runner’s Knee
Quad Strain
Quad Tendon Rupture
Tibial Plateau Fracture
Tibial Stress Fracture

Foot, Ankle & Lower Leg Issues

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Achilles Tendinitis
Achilles Tendon Rupture
Ankle Fracture
Ankle Instability
Ankle Pain
Ankle Sprain
Ankle Tendinitis
Anterior Talofibular Ligament – ATFL Sprain
Bimalleolar Fracture
Calcaneal Fracture
Calcaneal Spur
Foot Osteoarthritis -OA
Foot Pain
Gastroc Strain
Hallux Rigidus
Hallux Valgus
Lateral Malieolar Fracture
Leg Pain
Medial Malleolus Fracture
Metatarsal Fracture
Morton’s Neuroma
Peroneal Tendinitis
Pes Plano Valgus
Plantar Fasciitis
Post Tib Tendinitis
Talus Fracture
Tib-Fib Fracture
Shin Splints
Tibial Stress
Fibula Fracture

Elbow Issues

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Lateral Epicondylitis
Medial Epicondylitis
Ulnar Nerve Injury

Forearm, Wrist and Hand Issues

Carpal Tunnel
Ulnar Fracture
Radial Fracture
Colles Fracture

Other Diagnosis Issues We Treat

Abnormal Posture
Contracture of Joint
Disuse Atrophy
Gait Abnormality
Ligament Laxity
Muscle Spasm
Necrotizing Fasciitis
Rheumatoid Arthritis RA
Temporomandibular Joint Disorders -TMJ
Weakness (generalized)

Neuro Developmental Delay
Diagnosing Neuro Developmental Delay

A Neuro-developmental assessment will detect the presence of primitive reflexes and balance problems. Detailed tests assess Central Nervous System maturity. Both types of test aid Movement Solutions in the diagnosis of NDD / Neuro-Developmental Delay.

Standard neurological tests will reveal the continued presence of aberrant Primitive and Postural Reflexes.

Individual reflexes affect specific areas of functioning: one reflex can interfere with the control of the hand when writing; another can affect balance and control of eye movements so that the eyes ‘play tricks’ on the brain, making the letters appear to move on the page.

These are the medical facts which form the basis of our work:

  • During life in the womb a group of reflexes called the primitive reflexes emerge.
  • Primitive reflexes should be present at birth in the baby born at full term.
  • Primitive reflexes are inhibited by the developing brain during the first year of life.
  • Primitive reflexes are gradually replaced by Postural reflexes. Postural reflexes develop in the first 3½ years of life to provide the basis for automatic (unconscious) control of balance, posture and voluntary movement.
  • It is an accepted medical fact that retained primitive reflexes beyond the first 6–12 months of post natal life indicate immaturity in the functioning of the Central Nervous System.


At birth, a baby has minimal control over voluntary movement. Reflexes provide stereotyped reactions to certain stimuli in the early weeks but are soon transformed into more advanced motor skills. Early reflexes also provide training for many aspects of later functioning.

  • Primitive & Postural Reflex
  • Abnormal Primitive Reflex
  • Asymmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex
  • Symmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex
  • Spinal Galant Reflex
  • Tonic Labyrinthine Reflex
  • The Moro Reflex
Dyspraxia (developmental coordination disorder)
Attention Deficit Disorder – ADD
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Dyscalculia - Math Difficulties
Dysgraphia - Writing Difficulties

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