Here at Tonic Trails our goal is to help keep folks out on the trails moving and doing what they love. We specialize in injury rehabilitation and work on a wide variety of folks including athletes, desk jockeys, teens, forty somethings realizing they aren’t 25 anymore, and seniors. All the therapists here have struggled with injuries in the past and we know what it’s like to be in pain and not be able to function as we are used to. What sets us apart is our ability to treat the whole body, knowing that one may have pain in their foot, but that’s not necessarily where the dysfunction is originating.
From the moment you walk in the door we are analyzing posture, gait, lifestyle, and the words you use to describe your discomfort in order to take a wholistic approach to treatment.
We work with several chiropractors, physical therapists, and doctors in the area and will often create a “team” of professionals to help you overcome your injury.
Treatments pull from a wide variety of modalities including deep tissue, neuromuscular therapy, and sports massage. After reviewing your intake form and discussing your current issues, your therapist will utilize their advanced skill sets to assess, treat, and meet your goals.
Common injuries we work with at Tonic Trails:
- Low back pain including disc issues
- ITB Syndrome
- Plantar Fasciosis
- Desk/text neck
- Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
- Sprained ankle
- Broken collar bone
Clients coming in with an acute injury are encouraged to see a therapist once a week until symptoms decrease.
From there, every 2 weeks until you are feeling comfortable. We do offer packages of 4 at a discounted rate of 10% for clients working on specific injuries. Ideally, a once-a-month visit is recommended for maintenance in order to stay ahead of the stress’s life throws our way.
“To achieve tonicity in one’s body is to reach a state of restoration, enlivening, and strengthening. The way in which we arrive at this place of wellbeing is unique to everyone. All our bodies have a story layered with twists, turns, ups, and downs. To unwind unhealthy patterns we must listen, nurture, and educate. This brings us to the Tonic Trail. Here we will bring balance back to the body. Happy Trails….”