Recover with R2P
Our ultimate goal is to help you Move Better, have Less Pain, and Reduce the Risk of Re-Injury in the future.
Whether hand-in-hand with Rehab Treatment, or for the times you may not necessarily need our Physical Therapy, we are excited to offer our other Recovery Services.
These offerings can have a profound effect on improving your quality of life - helping you:
Achieve Fitness Goals
Heal from Injuries
Recover from Workouts
Regeneration after Games & Competition
Experience Improved Mobility
Training for a Competition or Race
Experience Swollen Legs from Traveling
Stand for Long Hours on the Job
Suffer from Conditions involving Inflammation or Circulation issues
In partnership with Hyperice & Normatec, we are excited to offer you these services:
Normatec Compression Therapy
Hyperice Percussion Therapy - Hypervolt Massage Guns
Hyperice Vibration Therapy - Venom Vibrating Rollers
Access to other Stretching & Soft Tissue Equipment
Percussion therapy concentrates targeted pulses of pressure into the muscle/tissue of the body, helping to relieve muscle pain, stiffness and soreness, and increase range of motion. Percussive stimulation provides comprehensive relief by reaching both the superficial and deep muscle fibers. The Hypervolt line delivers three speeds of rapid percussion almost silently – ideal to relieve tension and accelerate warmup and recovery after physical activity.
Dynamic air compression effectively mimics the muscle pump of the legs and arms, enhancing the movement of fluid and metabolites out of the limbs after an intense workout. Created by a physician bioengineer (MD, PhD), the Normatec line combines dynamic air compression with a patented Pulse massage pattern that employs three key techniques—pulsing, distal release, and gradients. Studies show it can help relieve muscle aches and/or pain and temporarily increase circulation resulting in increased flexibility and range of motion, injury prevention, and accelerated recovery time.
Vibration therapy consists of repeated rapid oscillations of localized pressure into the body’s muscle and connective tissues. Lower speeds are useful for muscle relaxation and recovery while high speed is more ideal for muscle activation and performance. Muscles involuntarily relax and contract, promoting the body’s recovery from aches and pains, and helping enhance range of motion, pain tolerance, and muscle performance.