At Balance Chicago we offer elite physical therapy care to treat a multitude of ailments including; post surgical care, post-mastectomy care, concussions, neck and back pain, sports related injuries and more!
Balance Chicago specializes in vestibular rehabilitation care. Our approach focuses on the most current and innovative research to ensure patients are returning to their daily activities and lives as quickly as possible. We treat a variety of vestibular disorders including benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), labyrinthitis and vestibular neuritis and Meniere’s disease.
Our highly-qualified Chiropractor will align your spine and put you in balance. Our Chiropractor treats a wide variety of conditions including back and neck pain, headaches, sciatica, sports or work injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendinitis. TMJ and more.
Active Release Techniques Soft Tissue treatment (ART) is a manual therapy that focuses on treating adhesions that develop from injuries or pressure. ART increases motion of muscle and joints and reduces pain, weakness and numbness.
Dry needling is a skilled technique perforned to help treat a variety of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular conditions. Dry needling is performed to relieve trigger points and muscle tension as well as increasing range of motion by stimulating the body’s natural healing process.
Cupping is an alternative therapy in which cups are used to create a suction to promote healing and blood flow to the tissue being treated. This technique causes a local inflammatory response in the tissue that triggers the body’s natural healing process.
The Graston® technique is a type of soft tissue release intervention that uses a number of instruments for the detection and treatment of scar tissue build up and adhesions in soft tissue that may be contributing to increased pain and functional limitations.
On the day of your initial evaluation, you will meet with our patient liaison, who will explain your insurance benefits to you, gather your intake information, and answer any questions you may have about the clinic and our staff.
One of our licensed Physical Therapists will take down your medical history, perform diagnostic testing, evaluate your current symptoms and formulate a personalized plan of care to get you on the road to recovery.
Your individualized care program will consist of multiple weekly appointments designed to help you meet your physical therapy and/or chiropractic goals. Your treatment plan ensures progression in the most efficient amount of time .
To achieve total wellness, it is important to follow your plan of care as closely as possible. Throughout your treatment, your progress will be assessed, and your plan of care will be updated accordingly for continued progression.
With this device, your hand-eye coordination, gaze stability, and visual tracking will be challenged as you maintain your balance on the unstable platform (the KAT board). Hand-eye coordination is essential in precise functional movements and will assist you in achieving your functional goals.
The Binovi Touch is the next generation in hand- eye coordination and gaze stability. The Binovi Touch provides a variety of personalized vision activities and allows for Physical Therapist to receive insights on patterns and trends within patient performance and progression.
Along with the Saccadic Fixator, the KAT board improves all aspects of your balance due to its unsteady surface. Handrails assist in maintaining safety as your balance system is challenged by the compliant board, which can be altered to meet your individual needs in order to accelerate goal achievement. This will improve your ability to navigate unpredictable and unsteady surfaces in daily life.
These goggles allow us to observe your eyes in the dark. We are able to tell exactly where your dizziness is coming from within you. We determine if your problem is more of an electrical problem (nerve) or a mechanical problem (crystal). From here, we are able to accurately prescribe your treatment plan to fix your dizziness and to tell you approximately the duration of your physical therapy.