CONDITIONS TREATED

Conditions Treated

> MVP Therapy is different than traditional therapy practices.

> We are a kinesiologist, which is to say we are movement specialist, and we approach your injuries, conditions, and concerns a little differently than traditional therapies.  We look beyond the points of pain, beyond your symptoms, and we discover and treat the real cause of why you are in pain, why the injury happened, why you are not performing at your best, and why you are unable to do the things you love.

> MVP Therapy treats most outpatient injuries and conditions.  Here is a list of some of injuries and conditions we treat, however, please be aware that this is not a complete list.

Arthritis

A general term that refers to conditions that cause pain, joint stiffness, Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis and occurs when the cartilage wears and the spaces between the bones decrease and the bones to rub together.  We can help!

Adhesive Capsulitis

Adhesive Capullitis is also know as "Frozen Shoulder" and is a condition that causes pain, joint stiffness, and decreased range of motion in the shoulder joint.  It occurs when the connective tissue thickens, becomes tight, or tears.  We can get help!  Call us to learn more 

Ankle Sprains

Ankle sprains are one of the most common sports injuries.  Sprains involve ligaments and Strains involve muscle.  Ankle sprains occur when the ligaments are either stretched or torn.  There are 3 grades of ankle sprains.  MVP Therapy can help!  Call us today...

Back Pain

Back Pain affects millions of us every year.  Tradition treatments do not work as they either involve shots (essentially a band-aid), medication, or rest.  There is also many causes from injuries, conditions, to muscle imbalances.  We can help you get back to doing the things you love...  

Carpal Tunnel

Carpal Tunnel is a condition that is occurs when the spaces of the carpal tunnel narrows, putting pressure on the median nerve.  This can cause numbness, tingling, and even weakness to the hand.  Well don't you worry.  We can lend a hand.  Call us to learn more...

Fractures

Fractures are one of the many conditions we treat.  Fractures can be very serious to mild in nature as there are many forms of fractures.  However restoring function, mobility, stability, and strength are usually the primary goals.  We can help you heal with limited down time.   

Golfers Elbow

Golfer Elbow is an overuse injury that affects the tendons and muscles on the inside elbow.  We successfully treat these injuries without medications and with as little down time as possible.  We also make it our goal to keep you playing without further injury!     

Hip Pain

Hip pain is not as straight forward as you might think.  Hip pain is caused by many different sources that may or may not involve the structures of the hip.  Stability is our primary concern and goal.  If you want to learn more about your hip pain, please, give us a call.  We can help!

Knee Pain

Knee pain is one of the most common injuries.  Overuse, wear and tear, structural abnormalities, and injuries can greatly affect your knees, and ultimately how you perform.  We use a variety of tools that have been proven to restore your mobility & decrease

Labral Tears

The shoulder and hip have labrums.  The labrum is a type of cartilage that does two jobs.  It deepens the socket and it provides a site for attachments.  When you tear the labrum the arm/leg can subluxate and pain, instability, and decreased range of motion occurs

Ligament Injuries

Ligaments connect bone to bone and generally have poor blood supply, which is why they are slower to heal.  At MVP Therapy we take a whole body approach in treating your injury/s.  We can help speed up your recovery and reduce your down time.  

Meniscal Tears

The meniscus is a structure made of tough rubbery cartilage that lies at the base of the knee between the thigh and shin bones. Meniscal tears or injuries are very common and generally affect those who forcefully rotate, or stop and change directions. Let us help you! 

Muscle Strains

Strains involve muscles whereas sprains involve ligaments.  Muscle strains usually heal very quickly.  Muscle strains can occur when you lift heavy objects with poor mechanics or when you stretch or tear the muscle.  Click below to learn more on how we can help!   

Neck Pain

Neck pain is a general term that is the symptom of different injuries, conditions, and trauma.  Symptoms include numbness, tingling, pain with movement, and loss of function and mobility.  Our evaluation will quickly identify the source and get you moving pain free.  

Plantar Fasciitis

The plantar fascia is a ligament that attaches your heel to the front of your foot.  It supports the arch and acts as a shock absorber.  Plantar fasciitis is caused by too much pressure and the ligament tears or becomes inflamed and tight,  Let us help you get back on your feet.   

Rotator Cuff Tears

The rotator cuff is a group of 4 muscles in the shoulder that provide stability, strength, and range of motion to the shoulder joint.  When one of the muscles/tendons becomes overused, torn, or goes through trauma and injury can occur.  Call us to learn more.       

Sciatica / Radiculopathy

Sciatica / Radiculopathy is a form of low back pain that radiates along the sciatic nerve.  The sciatic nerve is the larges nerve and when the nerve becomes irritated back pain can occur.  Our goal is to rebalance the body, decrease your pain, and prevent further injuries.  

Shoulder Impingement

Shoulder impingement syndrome is an injury to the shoulder muscles due to a lack of space between the bones, muscles/tendons, and/or bursa.  Symptoms include dull pain, numbness, weakness, and decreased strength and mobility.  We'll get you back in the game.       

Shoulder Instability

Shoulder instability is a condition where either the ligaments, tendons, or stabilizing muscles have become stretched, loose, torn, or detached.  Symptoms include chronic subluxation, feeling of looseness, pain, and weakness.  We can help re-stabilize and restore movement.      

Tendonitis / Tendonosis

Tendonitis is a condition where the tendon has become inflamed, irritated, or swollen, whereas tendonosis refers to degeneration of the tendon and may include inflammation.  Symptoms include pain, swelling, decreased mobility, and weakness. 

Tennis Injuries

Tennis players put their bodies through a lot of wear and tear.  Players can have many injuries including ankle sprains, muscle strains, rotator cuff problems, and tendonitis.  As tennis players ourselves, we will help you perform at your best and stay injury free.    

3530 South Val Vista Dr. Suite A111,

Gilbert, AZ. 85297

480-532-1219

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