New York-based Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, a leading treatment center for chronic pain and physical therapy, announced they’ve upskilled. As technology improves and research pinpoints better methods of treatment, clinic staff continually evolve their practises, so they deliver better results, quicker.
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Recently launched, the upskilled treatments for acute, chronic pain at Infinity include ultrasound, electrical stimulation, phonophoresis, Graston technique, Iontophoresis, cryotherapy, kinesiotaping, moist heat, myofascial release, and massage. While all treatments assist in alleviating pain and in regenerating damaged tissue and cells, their use is varied to treat different forms of pain.
Phonophoresis, for instance, uses ultrasound to increase the effectiveness of topical medication such as analgesics and anti-inflammatory agents to alleviate pain. The Graston technique, on the other hand, is a form of soft-tissue manipulation that helps to mobilize painful areas, whereas Cryotherapy or cold therapy uses the cold to treat tissue damage.
The dedicated team at Infinity are certified and take a holistic approach to treatment. The team took out the Top Doctor and the Exceptional Women In Medicine 2017 awards.
Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation is a state-of-the-art facility that provides patient-centric treatment centered on quality medical care. Infinity therapists are always upskilling so that they can reduce pain in the shortest time possible and get patients mobile without experiencing pain.
When asked about the latest Phonophoresis, Gaston and Cryotherapy treatments, a representative for Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation said, “We strive to alleviate pain, correct the imbalance, and improve function as quickly as possible, so we use the latest in every form of treatment to get the best results. Our team is continually upskilling, and we offer convenient hours and same and next-day appointments for patients who are in acute pain.”
To find out more about Infinity Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, call 212 488 3400 or click on the link above. Site visitors can learn more about the facility, their services and contact them using their online form.
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