Here at Chebny Sports Medicine, we provide high-quality physical therapy services to meet your needs—whatever those needs may be. Every patient is different, which is why we provide 1-on-1 attention to get you the best outcomes possible. We want you to enjoy your time in physical therapy, but also achieve your goals as safely and quickly as possible. Whether that's getting you back to the field for state playoffs, getting back to work, or getting back to playing with your grandkids, at Chebny Sports Medicine our focus is to return you to the quality of life you deserve.
Services provided include:
Blood Flow Restriction Training
At Chebny Sports Medicine, we provide detailed care to meet all your musculoskeletal needs. From your head to your toes, we are highly efficient at identifying the source of pain, to quickly address your specific needs.
It's uncommon to find a physical therapist who is a board certified specialist in sports injuries, but that's who we are. Whether you're a baseball player throwing with pain, soccer player with knee pain, or any other athlete—we take pride in providing professional-level care for athletes of all ages.
Having surgery can be intimidating, nerve-racking, and even overwhelming. Here at Chebny Sports Medicine, we have extensive experience with treating patients following rotator cuff repairs, shoulder and hip labrum repairs, knee arthroscopy, ACL reconstructions, and much more. With high levels of training and experience, we can get the progress you want while minimizing pain and safely respecting the healing structures involved with surgery.
Phase IV / Sport Rehabilitation
Phase IV rehabilitation (also known as sport-specific rehabilitation) is one of the many areas where we excel. During this phase of recovery, we help patients do more than the basic activities of walking, stairs, and lifting. We get you back to doing the activities you love. That typically includes running with changing directions, jumping/landing, and reaction drills—all while teaching you safe and effective ways to return to your sport at any level. We have extensive experience in this area and teach continuing education to other physical therapists and athletic trainers nationwide to improve their outcomes and competency with sport rehabilitation. We offer phase IV rehabilitation through insurance as well as offer a group class that is paid as a cash service.
Often times while treating throwers for shoulder and/or elbow injuries, addressing mobility and strength deficits may not be enough. Not identifying excessive forces while throwing can continue to over-stress tissue and cause continued pain and injury. Making modifications to throwing can improve efficiency and reduce stress to the targeted area.
Running has been a well-studied movement pattern with research to identify many different ways for your running style to stress your body. Depending on your injury, or whether you are looking to further your performance only, there are modifications that can be prescribed to decrease stress to the injured area, improve running economy, and get your shoes back on the road again.
At Chebny Sports Medicine, we have extensive experience making orthotics that are not only custom to your feet, but comfortable as well. Including evaluating your feet and ankles, taking custom molds of your feet, and choosing the right style, material, and posting for the orthotic, we highly customize your orthotics to your foot and specific condition to have those feet feeling great again.
Dry needling, an effective technique that addresses a variety of conditions, has become a highly requested intervention by patients. It works by inserting a very small, thin needle into a muscle to address trigger points in the body. Significant training goes into being certified to perform dry needling, and we are excited to offer this excellent treatment option at Chebny Sports Medicine.
Blood Flow Restriction Training
Blood flow restriction training is an excellent option for patients to improve strength and muscle activation while keeping stress low to the body (often performed after surgery). It works by restricting—not occluding—the underlying vasculature to create an oxygen deficit to the working muscles. This forces the muscles to work harder with a lighter intensity which results in improved strength while respecting the indicated healing structures.