Physical Therapists are an important asset of rehabilitation, treatment and prevention of injuries, helping improve movement and manage patient pain from chronic conditions, illness and injury.
Chiropractors use spinal adjustments and manipulation as well as other techniques to help their patients. Patients experience pain from problems with the neuromusculoskeletal system, including nerves, bone, muscle, ligaments and tendons.
On-site soft tissue therapy that focuses on preventive care relieving tissue tension via the removal of fibrosis/adhesion that develops in tissue due to repetitive use or repetitive strain injuries.
Ergonomic Specialists use scientific information to ensure the safety and efficiency of equipment, systems and transportations while promoting both health and productivity in a work environment.
Athletic Trainers collaborate with physicians to optimize patient and client participation in athletics, work and life. The practice of athletic training encompasses the prevention, examination, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of emergent, acute, sub-acute and chronic neuromusculoskeletal conditions.
On-site design, modification and/or fit of footwear, including shoes, orthotics and foot devices, to prevent or alleviate foot problems caused by disease and overuse or injury.
Fitness specialists assess the physical condition of the participants. They lead warm-up activities like stretching, and run through an entire exercise program. A fitness specialist may assist or offer suggestions to individuals who are having difficulty performing tasks.
Exercise Physiologists are trained to work with patients with chronic diseases where exercise training has been shown to be of therapeutic benefit, including but not limited to cardiovascular disease, pulmonary disease, and metabolic disorders.
Strength and Conditioning Specialists apply scientific knowledge to train athletes/workers/military personnel for the primary goal of improving athletic performance or readiness. They conduct sport/job specific testing sessions, design and implement safe and effective strength training and conditioning programs while providing guidance in regard to nutrition and injury prevention.
Safety Specialists inspect work places for adherence to regulations of safety, health and environment, while designing and implementing programs to prevent disease and injury to workers.
Registered Nurses perform physical exams and health histories as well as counsel and educate patients and their families. They administer medication, wound care and other personal interventions while coordinating care in collaboration with a wide variety of healthcare professionals.