Located in Western's Lower Level
Physical therapy evaluation:
$120 for an hour session with full assessment and treatment session that include manual therapy/hands on treatment, dry needling, and exercise prescription.
Comprehensive Follow-up treatment sessions:
$100 for 1 hour,
$60 for 30 mins.
These sessions can include any or all of the following: manual therapy with hands on stretching or mobilization, cupping, dry needling, exercise prescription and instruction.
What is Cupping?
Cupping is a type of vacuum therapy, where a cup is applied to a specific area based on the treatment chosen, and is pumped up to cause stretch in the tissue. This pulling of the tissue causes several different effects including stimulating blood flow, inflammation, immune response, and stimulation of the nervous system. Cupping does leave marks and bruises, how long these take to go away depends on the tissue response to cupping, and how long the cups are left on.
Dry Needling Only: 15 minute session $30
What is Dry needling?
Dry needling involves inserting a tiny monofilament needle into symptomatic tissue with intent to reduce pain, increase circulation, and improve function of the neuro-musculoskeletal system. Dry needling is not acupuncture, because it is based more on neurology, physiology, and western medical principles.
What conditions can be treated?
Most common conditions are, but not limited to, neck, back and shoulder pain, arm pain (tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, carpal tunnel), headache to include migraines and tension headaches, jaw pain, leg pain (sciatica, hamstring strains, calf tightness/spasms)
Titleist Performance Institute movement screening: $75
These sessions will be sport specific movement assessment and suggestions of exercises following to help improvement movement and enhance sport performance.
What is Titleist Performance Institute (TPI)? How does screening work?
TPI Started in 2003 to aid in enhancing golf industry professionals. Founded under the belief that golfers will benefit the most from efficient and healthy body, and aim to help educate players of all levels on the importance of the body and how it relates to the golf swing.
This begins with movement screening, and watching specific body movements to observe for any deficits in mobility, strength, control, that may be affecting athletic performance. From this screening can come exercise and mobility recommendations to improve movement capabilities.
Katie attended the University of Dayton for her undergraduate degree, and then the University of Cincinnati for her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. After completing her graduate education, she completed residency to further develop her knowledge and skillset in orthopedic physical therapy.
After residency, Katie became an adjunct faculty for the University of Cincinnati's Doctorate of Physical Therapy program, helping teach in the orthopedic curriculum. She also earned her certification in Integrative Dry Needling. As a lifelong golfer, Katie has a special interest in golf and has been certified by the Titleist Performance Institute as a Level 2 medical provider. This means Katie has taken extra efforts and studies to handle the special needs of the golfing athlete.
Katie founded oPTimal Drive Physical Therapy to better serve the community. As an out of network provider, Katie can provide the type of care you need rather than have insurance contracts dictate what she can do with/for you. Katie wants to meet you at your level and develop a program to help you return to the activities you love and improve performance along the way!
Ready to book your first appointment?
Please call or email Katie Rusbacky