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Your body doesn’t move or function in isolation. Traditional medicine has broken the body into parts, to treat each part often separate from each other. But the musculoskeletal and neuromuscular systems, complete with connective tissues (blood, fascia) connect the entire body, allowing it to move, bend, react, rest. These systems work together with surrounding structures in order to maintain optimal movement patterns and synergies. You are one, whole person.
Indigo is a proud team of highly trained physiotherapists that are experts at addressing the full body: from head to toe. We work closely with our clients to address the interconnectedness of each muscle, bone, and joint in the body to help them reach their goals, whether that be returning to running, lifting, CrossFit, sport, kneeling on the floor with their grandchildren, lifting their baby out of the crib, or just to improve their daily functional movements pain-free.
Our physical therapy teams in Baltimore, Mount Airy, and Ellicott City are expert manual therapists that look beyond the symptoms to find root causes of pain and dysfunction. From chronic pain post ACL rehab, to pain post labral tear repair and rehab, low back pain, runners knee, hip pain, and so on- our manual therapists are trained and experienced in analyzing your biomechanics, functional movement, gait patterns, posture, muscle strength and coordination to address the causes of the dysfunction.
During your time with us, your therapist will spend time in a private, affirming, and relaxing treatment environment providing hands-on care.
Feeling plateaued in your rehabilitation? Feeling burnt out from trying multiple forms of treatment to no success? Wondering if you have to “live like this” indefinitely? Want to be in a private treatment space with 1-1 care? We may be your missing link.
Common orthopedic complaints our manual therapists are experts at treating:
- Upper or lower back pain
- TMJ, and neck pain
- Joint hypermobility disorders and Ehlers Danlos Syndrome
- Groin and hip pain; athlete groin injury
- ITB syndrome
- Patellofemoral syndrome
- Chronic knee, hip, ankle, foot pain
- Plantar fasciitis
- Post-operative restrictions, adhesions, scar tissue, chronic pain associated
- SI joint pain
- Running and sports injuries; chronic sport injuries
- Loss of bladder or bowel control during exercise
- Foot/ankle injuries
- Labral tear
Questions? Reach out to our team at [email protected] if you have any questions about whether you would be a good candidate for our practice.