Virtual Reality (VR) for Pain Relief & Relaxation
Fusion is excited to be able to offer VR through BehaVR for pain relief and relaxation. VR can be an adjunct to your PT sessions or it can be experienced independent of PT treatment. Virtual Reality has been shown to be effective in reducing long term pain as well as new pain. Do you want to experience a VR session at Fusion? Call 770-992-4001 today!
Sports Physical Therapy
Fusion Physical Therapists have experience working with athletes of all ages. Weekend warriors, endurance athletes, and professional athletes are all treated with the most up to date techniques to help them get back in the game quickly and safely.
Sports physical therapy includes injury prevention, as well as treatment of sports injuries, and return to readiness for sports. Since sports injuries are commonly caused by overuse, treatment includes identifing causative factors. Fusion Physical Therapy employs the Functional Movement Screen and the Selective Functional Movement Assessment, when appropriate, to help determine the factors contributing to susceptibility to injury.
Spinal Pain Treatment
Tens of millions of Americans suffer from back and neck pain. Fusion physical therapists are highly experienced in treating pain of spinal origin, whether it is acute, chronic, or post-operative. We work closely many leading spine physicians to determine the best avenue of treatment to decrease your pain while improving your ability to perform your daily routine.
Studies have shown that patients who are fit and strong prior to being subjected to surgery or other invasive treatments have better results than their unfit counterparts. At Fusion, we offer advice and guidance regarding the best "prehabilitation" plan for you.
At Fusion Physical Therapy we consider our postoperative patients some of our most fun patients. You will find that you progress quickly through your rehab process when given the proper knowledge and tools to advance from early rehab to return to normal function.
Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN)
Trigger point dry needling (TDN) is an effective therapy to treat muscular tension and spasm which commonly accompanies musculoskeletal injury.
Dry needling is the use of a solid filament needle inserted into the skin and muscle directed at a myofascial trigger point. It involves insertion and repetitive manipulation of the needle in the myofascial trigger point in order to produce a local twitch response. This twitch response results in muscle relaxation due to the release of shortened bands of muscle fibers. It is called Dry needling because no medication of any kind is injected. (read more here)
Fusion PT uses a hands on approach to decrease pain and increase function. Each therapist has extensive training in a variety of manual techniques to treat conditions of the spine, muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints.
Combined with exercise, manual therapy has been shown to lead to faster recovery and less out of pocket expense.
Fusion physical therapists treat a wide variety of individuals, all of whom have personal goals they wish to attain. Whether your goal is to get back on the court, to finish a race, or to be able to complete all of your household activities without pain, we will tailor your treatment to reach these functional goals. Fusion PT’s incorporate functional activities specific to your target goal, so that you will be confident to return to your desired activities.
NEW IN 2019! AlterG TREADMILL
THE M/F320 ANTI-GRAVITY TREADMILL® FOR ENHANCED PHYSICAL THERAPY & REHAB
Using patented, NASA-based Differential Air Pressure (DAP) technology, the M/F320 Anti-Gravity Treadmill® set a new standard in body weight supported therapy and has changed the way the world rehabs and trains.
This advanced anti-gravity treadmill can be a key piece of training equipment for injured endurance athletes.
- The AlterG Innovative unweighting system enables injury or surgery patients and athletes to reduce body weight from 100% to as low as 20% in precise 1% increments.
- The treadmill counteracts gravitational forces to achieve pain-free, fall-safe, unimpeded movement while walking, running, or during closed-kinetic chain exercise.