Dancers face the risk of a unique set of injuries due to the high physical demands they endure while honing their craft. At Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation, our experts are trained to understand the complex movements that dancers perform and specialize on identifying and treating common dance-related injuries. If you are suffering from a dance related injury and live in Monmouth or Ocean County, NJ, call Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation today to set up a free consultation to discuss a treatment plan specifically for you.
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Common Dance Injuries – Treatment for Dance Injuries Monmouth County
Common dance related injuries include overuse injuries due to repetitive movements, muscle tension, strains and sprains involving the upper and lower extremities, tendonitis, improper posture and body alignment, core weakness, and fractures.
At Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation, we perform X-Rays in the office and review prior diagnostic imaging studies with the patient before discussing their treatment options. We combat pain at the source to provide consistent high-quality outcomes for the patients we treat. Our entire approach revolves around the idea of helping patients avoid unnecessary surgeries and medication, thereby reducing damage and stress on the body.
New Jersey Dancer Rehabilitation Program
Our team of professionals at Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation will perform a comprehensive evaluation to assess the nature of the injury while focusing on ensuring proper biomechanical function. Our dancer physical therapy program will reduce pain, improve stability and posture, increase joint mobility, reduce inflammation, and help you achieve peak performance so you can get back to doing what you love! If you have a dance related injury, Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation provides a wide range of services including Physical Therapy, Acupuncture, Chiropractic, K-Laser Therapy, and Power Plate Vibration to effectively treat your injury.
Through effective injury management and preventative care we can help keep you on stage! If you or your child have experienced dance related injury in the past, are currently facing a dance related injury, or want to take the proactive steps in strengthening and optimizing your body for peak performance, please feel free to take advantage of our free consultation (a $245 value) and contact us directly by calling 732-345-1377 or by emailing us using the Contact Form below. Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation has three convenient locations in Monmouth and Ocean County – Shrewsbury, Wall Township, Forked River, and Freehold. We look forward to helping with all your rehabilitation, physical therapy, and chiropractic needs.
174 Patterson Ave
Shrewsbury, NJ 07702
1985 NJ-34 Bldg A
Wall, NJ 07719
747 Lacey Rd
Forked River, NJ 08731
20 Thoreau Dr
Freehold, NJ 07728
Know your options: Dancer Rehabilitation in New Jersey
Each treatment program is catered to the specific patient, so your exact plan will be discussed once the doctor is able to evaluate you.
Treatment options may include:
- Physical Therapy
- Cold Laser Therapy
- Power Plate Vibration Therapy
- Pilates Reformer Rehabilitation
“Coming from a competitive dance background myself, I am proud to be part of a facility like MPR that provides such personalized quality care specific to dancers and their individual needs.”
– Dr. Madison Kelly, DC of Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation
“Firstly, it was a pleasure to have physical therapy at Monmouth Pain and Rehab! The staff is not only very skilled at what they do, but they’re also nice, fun people! Their knowledge of the body and how they use this to treat dancers is impressive. They treated my injury in a way that was specific to what I needed as a dancer and they enabled me to heal in a way that I could get back to dancing at 100% again!
They’re so dedicated to treating dancers they even took a Ballet class from me to learn more about dance and a dancers’ needs! I highly recommend MPR for any dancer looking to get specific dance related PT. They’ll get you back on your feet again and you’ll have fun!”
–Nick Mishoe, co-director of The Academy of Dance Arts in Tinton Falls