FUNCTIONAL REHABILITATION

Every patient type from young athletes to fragile seniors
Tri-planar stretching
Tri-planar strengthening of the lower extremities and core
Dynamic Balance Training

TRI-STRETCH® is used in multiple ways and with multiple patient types. TRI-STRETCH® is based on the biomechanics of function and it can be utilized in the rehabilitation of every patient that is seen in the clinic.

Here are just a few of the numerous types of patients that TRI-STRETCH® can be used as a key part of their rehabilitation.

  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • ACL Reconstruction
  • Low Back Pain
  • Balance and Fall Risk Patient
  • Status Post CVA
  • Ankle Sprain
  • Hamstring Strain
  • Iliotibial Band Syndrome
  • Piriformis Syndrome
  • Arthritic Painful Joints
  • Status Post Fracture and Immobilization
  • Little League Elbow
  • Shoulder Impingement
  • Golf Injuries-Return to Golf

In both the evaluation and in the treatment of patients, understanding of the kinetic chain is imperative. TRI-STRETCH® assists the therapist to gain tri-planar flexibility , tri-planar strength, tri-planar joint mobility and tri-planar balance in their patients by taking advantage of the foot/ankle influence on the rest of the kinetic chain.

TRI-STRETCH® can be used with any age range of patient; even geriatric. Seniors especially need to re-gain their ankle mobility and muscle flexibility. TRI-STRETCH® is especially safe for them secondary to its end point on the frontal plane rocker; preventing excessive unsafe instability.

TRI-STRETCH® can challenge even the highest end athlete. TRI-STRETCH® is used by professional athletes in their training and rehabilitation. NFL, MLB, NHL, WTA, and NBA athletes and their trainers all use TRI-STRETCH® in their programs. Yet, TRI-STRETCH® programs are very applicable to the young athlete as well. Check out our Squat Program which is completely safe for the adolescent athlete and is an excellent alternative to heavy double leg traditional squats.

TRI-STRETCH® FUNCTIONAL REHABILITATION
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