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Welcome to the New Standard in Sports & Fitness Rehabilitation

The new standard in Sports & Fitness Rehabilitation is finally here. Using the best evidence-based methods in healthcare, the practitioners at Restore strive to provide unique care and services that are specific to each individual and their goals. We believe in educating our patients and providing them with the tools to achieve long-term success with their health and wellness.

Chiropractic Manipulation & Mobilization Therapy

Most commonly known as “the adjustment”; this involves applying specific force to joints in different areas of the body to help reduce pain and improve joint motion. This applies to the spine, hips, feet, ankles, hands, shoulders, etc. An adjustment helps the body move more freely and restore the body’s natural healing.


Manual Therapy Techniques

Active Release Technique (ART®)

A patented technique that involves identifying “tight”, inactive, shortened, or imbalanced soft tissue. This involves applying pressure to various tissues in a shortened position, and moving them through their full range-of-motion to restore function.


Using silicone or plastic cups to provide a suction effect and help reduce pain, inflammation, improve blood flow, and much more.

Instrument-Assisted Soft-Tissue Mobilization

This technique involves using various-shaped stainless steel instruments on soft tissue, with the purpose of breaking up scar tissue, improving blood flow, and essentially promoting therapeutic change and healing to specific regions.

Neurodynamic Techniques

A specific technique directed towards assessment and treatment of nerves and neural tension. It is very important to address neural components to injuries and pain.

Kinesiology Taping

A technique that involves the specific application of a stretchy tape to different regions of the body. It is designed to decrease pain and provide support for movement.


Functional Assessment and Movement Analysis

A series of movements designed to test the body’s ability to function in various ways. Observing the body in movement is essential for identifying imbalances, weaknesses, asymmetries, etc., relating to current injury or preventing future problems.  Assessment tools include:

  • Functional Movement Screening (FMS)
  • Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)

Functional Rehabilitation

Individualized exercises designed to progressively strengthen and restore function of an injury. A whole body approach to rehab helps for a speedier return to activities as well as preventing future injury.


Providing healthcare that is unique to each individual and their goals.