When ORS Director of Marketing, Mark Stiles, was having nagging knee pain, he worked with ORS owner and physical therapist Jerry Malone, to try the PiezoWave2 machine to reduce some of the pain in the knee. The success of the PiezoWave machine in helping reduce the pain comes from the communication between the patient and the physical therapist. It was painful at times for Mark, but the treatment helped. 4 days later, with his second treatment, the knee was better and the pain had been reduced.
Orthopaedic Rehab Specialists services our patients with several types of back pain treatments. Manual Therapy, instrument-assisted soft-tissue mobilization, and mobility and strengthening exercises. This video helps show what some of those treatments are, and tells why we choose to include them in your back pain plan of care.
Explaining MFD/Cupping: What is it and why do we use it at ORS? What are the benefits of Myofascial Decompression treatments? Decompression can be useful in the treatment of chronic overuse injuries such as bursitis, tendonitis, tendonosis, and other myofascial pain syndromes (low back, mid back, neck pain, elbow pain, shoulder pain etc.) ORS has several physical therapists on staff trained in MFD/Cupping treatments.
Orthopaedic Rehab Specialists use many treatment options to help with lower back pain. This video shows the manual therapy, exercise and strengthening treatments, and instrument-assisted ways that ORS can help remove your back pain safely, many times without medication.
Aaron Holly, PT, MSPT and Clinical Director at the ORS Holt Clinic explains the comparison between the effects of using the Piezo Wave machine and Ultrasound.
Orthopaedic Rehab Specialists ORS use PiezoWave2 acoustic wave therapy treatment at several of our orthopedic rehabilitation centers to use soundwave technology to treat pain. It is shown that the PiezoWave2 machine significantly reduced the pain for 60-90% of ORS patients in less than 5 treatments due to the accuracy of pinpointing the pain points.
Lisa McCarrell, clinical director for ORS-Jonesville shows how to use the Graston Technique for physical therapy on the neck, shoulder, and arms to reduce inflammation, pain, and discomfort. The Graston Technique is used as a treatment option at all 7 ORS Clinics.
Aquatic therapy or manual water therapy treatments allow for low impact therapy for patients rehabbing knees, ankles, hips and leg pain. Orthopaedic Rehab Specialists of the Jackson, MI Total Joint & Aquatic Center has two trained PTAs offering one-on-one therapy in the pool with our patients for maximum outcomes.
Brandon Klump, owner and clinical director for the Foot, Ankle & Running Center in Jackson, MI (owned and managed by Orthopaedic Rehab Specialists) shows how using the Graston Technique on legs, ankles and achilles can help ease tension in the muscles and help blood flow for healing and proper circulation. This treatment technique treats: knee pain, calf pain, ankle pain, foot pain and plantar fasciitis.
Barbara Clayborn (PT, DPT at ORS West) demonstrates the procedures for a patient dealing with lower back pain and hip pain. From the warm-up to the stretches to manual therapy, Barb shows how to successfully treat back pain and hip pain with these patients in-clinic and at home.