Integrated Health Services Provided At Our Stillpoint Therapy Center

Stillpoint Therapy Center offers both the latest in spine rehab treatments, plus the more traditional, time tested and natural approach for Oriental Medical treatments like Acupuncture, cupping and herbal medicine.

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Physical Therapy: Exercise is defined as any form of physical activity that is beyond what the person does while performing their daily tasks. Exercise is something that is designed to both maintain and improve a person’s coordination, muscle strength, flexibility and physical endurance, as well as their balance. It is meant to increase their mobility and lessen their chance of injury through falling.

Back and Neck Conditions: Weather or not your neck or back injury is acute¸ chronic or post surgical, treatment with Physical Therapy and or Acupuncture Therapy can speed and guide recovery and functional restoration. Treatment directed to address the conditions that slow or impede healing, thus allowing faster more complete recovery and the changes needed to more successfully exercise and strengthen chronically weakened  tissue.

Neuropathy: Stillpoint Therapy Center offers the most comprehensive treatments in neuropathy, and advanced equipment not offered in Gainesville. This includes cold laser therapy, anodyne therapy, solaris therapy, rebuilder therapies all effective in improving circulation and nerve function. These new technology, along with home management, balance and strength training improve functional mobility, safety and quality of life.

Balance and vestibular: Balance can be broken down into the components we use to sense and coordinate movement.  There are simple and effective techniques to improve balance and safety awareness, including vestibular repositioning maneuvers that improve vertigo, proprioception and coordination, thus reducing fall risk and enhancing ease of movement.

Neurologic Rehabilitation: There are numerous neurologic conditions that adversely affect movement and function which can be effectively treated with Physical Therapy. Adding Acupuncture Therapy can enhance the benefits of Physical Therapy.

Arthritis Treatment: Numerous research studies indicate that both Physical Therapy and Acupuncture can be effective and safe long term approaches for Arthritis. The combination of both can also enhance each other, providing an improved long term approach for managing the pain and loss of functional mobility and independence caused by Arthritic joints.

Post Surgery and Hospitalizations: In this period of recovery, many doctors believe that rest and time are the only methods patients need to improve and avoid costly complications. We now know that its true an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Therapy after surgery or just hospitalization will help patients to recover more quickly, and reduce complications both short and long term.

Cancer Recovery: There is effective treatment for dealing with the effects of cancer treatment and they can speed recovery. Often there is weakness, fatigue, pain, loss of functional mobility and endurance, digestive issues as well as damage to blood and immune system as a result of treatments that target cancer cells. These treatments also do unwanted damage else where that can last for months or even years.

Weight Loss: Today, there is so much confusion in what is a healthy diet. With the epidemic of obesity and diabetes, and the cost of medical care over a life time of treatment, we must focus on improving what we eat and therapies that allow patients to exercise successfully. A well rounded therapy plan should include diet education. 

Massage Therapy: It’s long been known that massage can relieve stress, but are you aware that massage reduces stress in several ways? It not only soothes away stress by loosening those tight muscles, it also reduces fatigue and improves your sleep quality. Improved sleep leads to less stress and more energy, helping you cope with life’s daily ups and downs more efficiently. If you make therapeutic massage part of your routine, you’ll be starting a cycle that will nurture a less stressful, more relaxed lifestyle.

Acupuncture Therapy: Acupuncture has been shown to be effective in treating many kinds of pain. Acupuncture is effective at treating chronic pain, headaches, menstrual cramps, lower back, neck and muscle pain. Additionally, acupuncture is effective at treating arthritis, facial pain, pain from cancer as well as post-operation pain.

Herbal Medicine: Chinese herbals are comprised of mostly plant products that have been studied, researched, and classified for their properties and effects on the human body. They are usually combined into a formula designed to treat patterns of imbalance that are diagnosed by a trained Doctor of Oriental Medicine.

Yoga: Yoga is considered a mind-body type of complementary and alternative medicine practice. Yoga brings together physical and mental disciplines to achieve peacefulness of body and mind, helping you relax and manage stress and anxiety.

Tai Chi: Tai Chi is a series of movements done either very slowly or quickly to help move the body’s chi. People use Tai Chi as a way to combine meditation and movement and to improve and maintain health.

Meditation: Through out history, most societies and or religions have incorporated some kind of relaxation, meditation or quiet contemplation techniques. This is because these inner practices hold many health and society benefits.

Wellness Classes: Many people are more consistent with exercise if they attend regular wellness classes. At Stillpoint we are in the process of developing various classes to help maintain flexibility, strength and fitness for both basic, geriatric, and advanced levels.

Diet Education: Today, there is so much confusion in what is a healthy diet. With the epidemic of obesity and diabetes, and the cost of medical care over a life time of treatment, we must focus on improving what we eat and therapies that allow patients to exercise successfully. A well rounded therapy plan should include diet education.

Chi Gong: Chi Gong involves different movements that may be done in different orders. Some common Chi Gong movements include raising and lowering the arms, moving the head from side to side, and gently rubbing the ears, feet, and hands.