Infinity Physical Therapy Services


Patients often don’t realize how bad their car accident-related injuries are until after they’ve returned to their normal daily activities. Common injuries typically include pain, stiffness, reduced range of motion, and chronic headaches or migraines. As such, it’s important patients undergo physical therapy to aid the recovery process. Physical therapy can help car accident victims increase their strength, improve their flexibility, and subsequently keep pain symptoms at bay. Following an auto accident, Physical Therapy can prevent long-term damage, help patients maintain and avoid surgery and restore function. We offer transportation for all health related services.


On-the-job injuries are common, and physical therapy can assist in combating these injuries. Our dedicated therapists work with all involved parties to ensure appropriate case management, cost containment and successful return to work.


Dry needling is a technique which uses a “dry” needle, without medication or injection, inserted through the skin into areas of the muscle. Dry needling is utilized with the goal of releasing or inactivating trigger points to relieve pain or improve range of motion. Preliminary research supports that dry needling improves pain control, reduces muscle tension, and normalizes dysfunctions of the motor end plates, the sites at which nerve impulses are transmitted to muscles. This can help speed up the patient’s return to active rehabilitation.


Soft tissue mobilization is a form of manual physical therapy, where the physical therapist uses hands-on techniques, manipulating muscles, ligaments and fascia with the goal of breaking adhesions and optimizing your muscle function. Soft tissue mobilization breaks down/reduces adhesions, improves range of motion, lengthens muscles and tendons, reduces swelling and edema, decreases pain and restores functionality.


Cupping therapy, sometimes known as myofascial decompression, is an Eastern therapy which involves using cups, placed on the skin to form an airtight seal. This seal lifts the skin from the underlying tissues and allows for release of the fascia and muscles below. In addition, the lifting effect also allows for improved blood flow to the area, bringing nutrients to the site and transports waste materials away. This treatment can be beneficial in reducing trigger points, improving myofascial tissue tension, and reducing pain.


Wet cupping is a form of bloodletting that involves first making superficial incisions on the skin, then applying the suction cups to suck out small amounts of blood. It is the application performed to draw out stagnant, congested blood and vital force, as well as other stagnant or morbid humors. Wet cupping is used to manage pain, boost immunity, improve digestion, decrease stress, improve skin condition, improve respiratory function, and improve blood flow.


– Stretching
– Strengthening Exercises
– Pain Relief Exercises
– Low-Impact Aerobic Condition
– Dry/Wet Cupping
– Dry Needling
– Heat/Ice Packs
– Electro-stimulation
– Ultrasound
– Chiropractor