Exceptional Physical & Masage Therapy Services
Physical Therapy & Vestibular Rehabilitation
Reyes/Reyes Physical Therapy is dedicated to returning patients to optimal health. Patients receive one-to-one care, evidence-based techniques, and individualized treatment plans in an encouraging environment.
Reyes/Reyes Physical Therapy uses evidence-based treatment programs that are known for outstanding results. This is why so many doctors recommend RRPT to their patients and why so many RRPT patients refer their friends and family to RRPT.
Areas of Physical Therapy Expertise:
Manual Therapy - Soft tissue mobilization, deep massage, joint mobilization, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF), and myofascial release.
Vestibular Therapy - (VRT) is a form of physical therapy that uses specialized exercises that result in gaze and gait stabilization. Most VRT exercises involve head movement, and head movements are essential in stimulating and retraining the vestibular system.
Therapeutic Exercise - Selected exercise-based protocols are implemented to address strength/flexibility deficits and functional impairments.
Therapeutic Modalities - Heat/cold packs, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, and cervical traction.
Strength Training - Free weights and other specialized equipment help improve your physical strength, performance, and ability to avoid future injury.
Reyes/Reyes Physical Therapy provides specialized therapy for patients with dizziness and imbalance. These services are known as vestibular rehabilitation.
Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)
BPPV is an inner ear disorder that causes a spinning or whirling sensation called vertigo. When the head is moved in certain positions, vertigo can occur. BPPV is the cause of approximately 20% of all dizziness.
Dr. Reyes has experienced professionals that specialize in vestibular rehabilitation. Dr. Reyes has a multitude of resources to examine patients. Resources include the Dix-Hallpike test that determines the cause of vertigo, based on the pattern of a patient’s eye movements and Frenzel Goggles that allow to carefully observe the eye for subtle signs of nystagmus, involuntary rhythmic shaking, or wobbling eyes.