Leaders in Rehabilitation

At Fusion, our team of professionals utilize manual therapy, therapeutic exercises and modalities to formulate a rehabilitation program specific to your recovery needs.We abide by high-quality care and comfort offering personalization and a deeper integrative approach to rehabilitation, restoration of physical movement and reinstatement of independence.

Treatment Techniques

Our Doctors of Physical Therapy (DPTs) employ soft tissue mobilization and therapeutic exercises as well as effective modalities to get the most efficient, scientifically proven results.

Manual Therapy

Manual therapy serves as an umbrella to describe most "hands on" therapeutic techniques. These techniques promote the quality and range of motion of joints and soft tissue. Manual therapy is also known to improve local circulation and promote faster tissue healing.

Post Surgical Rehabilitation

In this instance, our Doctor's of Physical Therapy (DPTs) follow the protocol administered by your surgeon to ensure rapid recovery. Throughout the duration of your program we communicate with your surgeon, letting them know any findings, hindrances or stellar achievements we've witnessed.

Active Release Technique (ART)

ART is a soft tissue technique used restore free and unimpeded motion of all soft tissues, release entrapped nerves, vasculature and lymphatics and re-establish optimal texture, resilience and function of soft tissues. The goal of ART is to restore normal mobility and “glide” between muscular tissue and nerves.

Soft Tissue Mobilization (STM)

After an injury or repetitive strain, there can be high levels of tension surrounding the tissue which can restrict mobilization and cause pain or tightness. STM is a form of therapeutic technique that addresses adhesions by breaking up scar tissue.

Graston Technique

Graston is a form of instrument-assisted STM that enables clinicians to effectively address soft tissue lesions and fascial restrictions. Thistherapy returns patients to a better quality of life by decreasing pain and increasing range of motion.

Kinesio Taping

Kinesio taping is a soft elastic tape used to increase proproception (body awareness) for both acute and chronic conditions. It is also used to manage swelling, or even help activate or inhibit muscles based on the application technique.


Cupping therapy offers several advantages including aiding in promoting blood flow and increase blood circulation to muscles and tissue, supplies oxygen to cells, loosens knots, and can release and drain excess fluids and toxins.

Myofascial Release

This enables the therapist to accurately detect fascial restrictions and apply the appropriate amount of sustained pressure to facilitate release of the fascia.

Additional Treatment Techniques

Electrical Stimulation
Intermittent Compression
Game Ready Cryo-Compression
Blood Flow Modification
Self-Myofascial Release
Strengthening Exercise

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