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Great results are in the hands of your therapists.
Integrated Physical Therapy offers a full range of treatments – most importantly, our experienced manual therapy. This technique is a hands-on, intensive method of addressing the source of your pain or dysfunction, and it’s especially useful for soft tissue injuries that can be hard to treat. Manual therapy enhances healing by:
  • Easing Tension & Pain in the Muscles & Joints
  • Improving Circulation
  • Increasing Flexibility & Range of Motion
Physiotherapist Assisting Senior Woman - Improve Circulation in Klamath Falls, OR
Physiotherapist Examining Patient - Physical Therapy in Klamath Falls, OR
Physiotherapist Examining Patient - Physical Therapy in Klamath Falls, OR


Trauma or inflammation can cause the connective tissue in the body to become tight – and that can mean pain almost anywhere. Myofascial release is a special hands-on technique that treats this specific cause of pain. Our therapists have specialized training in myofascial release and use it to help people find relief from headaches and soft-tissue pain.


Strain Counterstrain is a manual therapy technique, meaning the clinician uses only their hands, to treat muscle and joint pain and dysfunction. It uses passive body positioning of spasmed muscles and dysfunctional joints toward positions of comfort or tissue ease that compress or shorten the offending structure.


Chinese medicine works by re-establishing balance and harmony within the body. This is done by supporting the body’s healthy energy and attacking any unhealthy energy. Using a combination of one’s signs and symptoms, tongue diagnosis, and pulse diagnosis, the practitioner can determine the pattern of disharmony which requires rebalancing.
Chinese medicine employs acupuncture, moxibustion (heat therapy), oriental bodywork, exercise and nutrition. Acupuncture and moxibustion seek to regulate the flow of qi and blood within the body by inserting fine, sterile needles at certain acu-points or warming certain acu-points by various methods. Chinese herbal medicines may be prescribed internally or applied externally.
Acupuncture is suitable for treating the following:
  1. Ear, Nose and Throat Disorders: Toothaches, pain after tooth extraction, earaches, sinus and nasal inflammation or dryness.
  2. Respiratory Disorders: Uncomplicated bronchial asthma in children or adults
  3. Gastrointestinal Disorders: Digestive tract problems, hiccups, inflammation of the stomach, chronic duodenal ulcers, inflammation of the colon, constipation, diarrhea, dysentery caused by certain bacteria.
  4. Eye Disorders: Inflammation of the conjunctiva, inflammation of the central retina, nearsightedness (in children), and uncomplicated cataracts.
  5. Nervous System and Muscular Disorders: Headaches, migraines, certain facial paralysis or nerve pain, partial weakness after a stroke, inflammation of nerve endings, bed wetting, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, sciatica, low back pain and osteoarthritis.
  6. Women's Health Issues


Massage therapy is manual manipulation of soft body tissues (muscle, connective tissue, tendons and ligaments) to enhance a person’s health and well-being. There are dozens of types of massage therapy methods (also called modalities). People seek massage therapy for a variety of reasons – to reduce stress and anxiety, relax muscles, rehabilitate injuries, reduce pain, and promote overall health and wellness.
While there are several types of massage, two fundamental categories are:
Relaxation massage - also known as Swedish massage

Rehabilitative massage – also known as deep tissue, medical, therapeutic or clinical massage