From the KINISI website:
"Our one-on-one, comprehensive model addresses all of your recovery needs. We create a customized treatment plan targeting your healthcare concerns. Our cutting edge treatment is rooted in evidence-based medicine, helping athletes of all abilities reach their goals."
MOVE not only offers the best in coaching, but also the best in recovery... all under one roof. On-site physical therapy services are available through an independent provider.
Dry needling uses a thin monofilament needle to penetrate the skin and treat underlying musculoskeletal injuries, improve blood flow, restore collagen formation, and decrease pain. Physical therapists that utilize dry needling will always perform a thorough assessment to identify the source of your pain and determine if dry needling is appropriate. Treatment is often supplemented with other manual therapy techniques (massage, stretching, joint mobilization) and corrective exercise to correct for imbalances in strength or motion that are causing your symptoms.
KT tape is used to inhibit pain, facilitate motion, and support joints by applying tape with specific tension. It can be used before or after training sessions.
This is a form of percussive therapy using a handheld massage device to treat muscle soreness and relieve pain. It is often used between work-outs to promote recovery.
Cupping therapy is another form of manual therapy where cups are placed on the skin to create suction. This suction helps improve microcirculation at the site of treatment and increases blood flow to the body. This treatment can assist the body’s ability to combat pain, decrease inflammation, mobilize scar tissue, and promote recovery.
Instrument-assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization
This is a form of manual therapy using handheld tools to mobilize soft tissue. The therapist mobilizes soft tissue using instruments to improve soft tissue restrictions contributing to your injury. This is considered deep tissue work and a more intense form of soft tissue mobilization.
of percussive therapy using a handheld massage device to treat muscle soreness and relieve pain. It is often used between work-outs to promote recovery.
This is a skilled manual therapy technique to improve motion and mitigate pain. Your therapist will apply gentle pressure to a specific segment of the body to help improve mobility.
This is a form of hands-on soft tissue work to treat connective tissue restrictions, eliminate pain, and restore motion. The treatment can vary from gentle, sustained pressure to more intense, local trigger point therapy.
Dr. Duffey received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Columbia University. She has been practicing orthopedics in the Boston area for over 4 years, and uses her practice to provide an intensive, total body approach to fitness, rehabilitation and wellness. Dr. Duffey specializes in orthopedic impairments, manual therapy, post-operative rehabilitation, and sports injuries across the lifespan. She has further special interests in treating running-related injuries and gait impairments as someone who has participated in the Boston Marathon twice, and 10+ half marathons. She understands the impact of injury on performance and personal goals, and aims to optimize an athlete's potential in a safe and progressive manner.