Tele-PT for Cervical Radiculopathy Your Neck Pain is Treatable!
Our telehealth physical therapy program for cervical radiculopathy conditions you to treat the foundation of your neck pain from the comforts of home on your schedule. You will be medically guided through 6 levels of neutral spine conditioning to break the faulty loading patterns contributing to your upper cervical radiculopathy.
Restoring healthy posture is a safe place to start the healing process for a cervical radiculopathy. Whether your radiculopathy is caused by a herniated disc, bulding disc, stenosis or vertebrae misalignment.
We are experts in teaching you the exercises, lifestyle modifications and joint clearing techniques required to restore healthy loading through your neck for long-term injury management and prevention.
Purchase a $50 Telehealth Physical Therapy Consultation and let us identify if your neck pain is coming from collapsed upper back posture.
A Complete Telehealth Solution
Our telehealth physical therapy program for upper cervical instability will safely condition you to perform your daily activities with your skull in and rib cage neutral position to restore healthy loading through the cervical spine.
A licensed physical therapist or PTA will medically guide you through the Healthy Posture System™ to restore healthy loading through your neck. Our video-on-demand library, Healthy Posture Club, will guide your daily workouts between your weekly online workouts with your PT or PTA.
You will be discharged with all the video resources you need to maintain healthy loading in your neck throughout your day.
Weekly Telehealth Physical Therapy Workouts
You will achieve the following 6 functional fitness milestones.
Restore your ability to get into neutral spine alignment (week 1).
Condition yourself to sit, stand and walk in a healthy posture (week 2).
Organize your workspace to allow you to function from a healthy posture for 50% of your workday (week 3).
Condition yourself to perform home and work tasks from neutral spine alignment (week 4).
Perform fitness program without faulty loading in the neck and low back (week 6).
Perform sport and recreation activities from neutral spine alignment (week 8).