Range of Motion Testing

Range of Motion Testing

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Long-lasting relief begins with one call.

The benefits of physical therapy go beyond injury recovery. Our Physical Therapists will work with you to provide long-lasting pain relief and help you avoid surgery. At Thrive Medical, we work with you and your body to build strength, maximize movement, increase flexibility, resist injury, recover from injury and provide support for your active life.

If you’re ready to start living your life pain-free, find your nearest location to schedule an appointment today!

Rehabilitative Therapy

Rehabilitative Therapy

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Long-lasting relief begins with one call.

The benefits of physical therapy go beyond injury recovery. Our Physical Therapists will work with you to provide long-lasting pain relief and help you avoid surgery. At Thrive Medical, we work with you and your body to build strength, maximize movement, increase flexibility, resist injury, recover from injury, and provide support for your active life.

If you’re ready to start living your life pain-free, find your nearest location to schedule an appointment today.

Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic Care
Everyone experiences pain at one point or another. No matter how the pain manifests, it’s your body’s way of telling you something is off. The longer you ignore the message, the more the pain can increase, turning a mild irritation into a chronic affliction. While there are many different types of pain, several can be treated with chiropractic care to alleviate the root cause.

We’ll relieve your pain with a proven, life-changing approach.

At Thrive Medical, our Chiropractors will manage your pain with a tailored plan unique to you. A chiropractic adjustment can alleviate aches that interfere with your everyday life such as:

  • Migraines and headaches
  • Persistent neck pain
  • Lower back pain
  • Chronic muscle aches
  • Persistent joint pain

Heal naturally with us.

A chiropractic back adjustment does more than alleviate your symptoms. It naturally treats your acute and chronic pain without the use of drugs, triggering your body’s natural ability to heal and resist disease. Through manual adjustment, ultrasound, and more, our premiere Chiropractors will open your body’s communication system and coordinate your natural healing ability.

Not all adjustments are the same.

Our chiropractors understand that you are an individual and need unique and individualized care. We offer non-force chiropractic (activator method) with no pain, cracking, or popping sensations, along with conventional chiropractic care if necessary.

Our skilled chiropractors will review your treatment options and determine what the best approach for you,

Start your path to a pain-free life.

Our chiropractors, physical therapists, and licensed acupuncturists work in tandem to develop a tailored and comprehensive approach to eliminate your pain—once and for all.

If you’re ready to start living your life pain-free, find your nearest location to schedule an appointment today.

Trigger Point Injection Therapy is the injection of a local anesthetic, usually combined with a steroid drug, into a trigger point is a pain management strategy that reduces muscle tension and discomfort. Trigger points are created when the muscle and connective tissue, known as fascia (or myofascia), adhere to one another.

A trigger point is a painful, hard knot under the skin, which is often referred to as a “knot.” Trigger points can cause pain in one location or another, known as referred pain, by irritating a nearby nerve.

Those with pain in the following areas may benefit from trigger point therapy:

  • Lower back
  • Shoulders
  • Neck
  • Arms
  • Wrists
  • Legs

Trigger point injections are also used to benefit specific medical conditions that manifest with pain, such as:

  • Fibromyalgia
  • Long COVID (Post COVID Syndrome)
  • Myofascial pain syndrome
  • Tension headaches

What Is a Session Like?

The injections only take a few minutes to perform. Depending on the location of pain, the medical provider will ask the patient to either sit or lie down in a position that is best for the location. Next, the area of pain to located, often with the use of ultrasound guidance, then the trigger point is treated by a small injection.

Risks Associated with Trigger Point Injections

There are very few risks associated with these injections aside from bleeding or infection at the injection site. After a trigger point injection, common side effects include numbness or soreness at the injection site. These side effects typically resolve in a few days.

Benefits of Trigger Point Injections

Trigger point injections can provide pain relief to people who have been experiencing trigger point-related pain and have not been able to get rid of it using less invasive treatments, like pain medication or other therapies. The use of trigger point injections often aids other treatments such as physical therapy, chiropractic care, and acupuncture.

Dry Needling

Dry needling is a method used to reduce trigger points that does not include injecting any medication or saline fluid. It is considered a form of acupuncture by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid and, within New York State, can only be performed by a licensed acupuncturist or medical practitioner (medical doctor, physician assistant, or nurse practitioner). Our medical team is expertly trained in this technique.

We offer Dry Needling when appropriate for your condition.  You can read more about Dry Needling / Trigger Point Acupuncture here.

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Physical Therapy

Physical TherapyIf you have difficulty moving and functioning physically due to an injury, disability, disease or condition, physical therapy can treat the source. To create a treatment plan and movement goals that are right for you, we’ll perform a physical exam and evaluation that includes your health history and thorough mobility testing. From there, our Physical Therapist will guide you through the entire healing process—diagnosis to recovery.

Personalized, hands-on care to get you moving, pain-free.

Physical therapy isn’t just for people with pre-existing conditions. In fact, most people can benefit from the prescribed movement and education provided by the experts at Thrive Medical. Our Physical Therapists provide hands-on care to strengthen your body and treat your condition.

  • Sharp pain
  • Lingering pain
  • Lower back pain
  • Noticeable physical deterioration from age
  • Pain without effective medication
  • Plantar Fascitis

Post Surgical and Disease Rehabilitation

Our skilled physical therapists are highly trained to not only treat injuries but perform post-surgical and disease-based rehabilitation.

  • Joint replacement surgery rehab
  • Head surgery rehab
  • Neck surgery rehab
  • Shoulder surgery rehab
  • Breast cancer rehab
  • Neurological rehabilitation
  • Post-stroke rehabilitation
  • Gait Training and Balance Training

Long-lasting relief begins with one call.

The benefits of physical therapy go beyond injury recovery. Our Physical Therapists will work with you to provide long-lasting pain relief and help you avoid surgery. At Thrive Medical, we work with you and your body to build strength, maximize movement, increase flexibility, resist injury, recover from injury and provide support for your active life.

If you’re ready to start living your life pain-free, find your nearest location to schedule an appointment today.

Medical Massage Therapy


Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is an ancient healing practice that has been used to promote relaxation and general well-being. It’s also a great way to relieve stress, tension, and muscle pain, especially after a long day of manual labor. Medical massage therapy involves the use of massage techniques for diagnostic, preventative, and therapeutic purposes in order to treat general medical conditions or specific injuries.

What is Medical Massage Therapy?

Massage therapy is a form of treatment that uses various techniques to relieve pain and promote relaxation. The main goal of massage is to improve your overall health, not just treat your symptoms. Massage therapy can be beneficial for a wide range of conditions, including headaches, stress, and muscle pain. There are several techniques that massage therapists use, including Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, neuromuscular massage, trigger point therapy, and myofascial release. Swedish massage is a general massage technique that is often used for relaxation, prevention of soft tissue injuries, and maintenance of general health. Deep tissue massage works on specific areas of the body, particularly the joints and muscles, to increase blood flow and break up scar tissue and adhesions. Neuromuscular massage focuses on the nerves and muscles, trigger point massage works on releasing tight spots within your muscles, and myofascial release focuses on releasing your fascia, or connective tissue, on increasing the range of motion or decreasing scar tissue.

Lymphatic Drainage Massage

Lymphatic drainage massage is also known as manual lymphatic drainage. It is used to relieve the swelling that happens from medical treatment or other illnesses that blocks the elimination of fluid in your lymphatic system. Lymphatic drainage massage is comprised of gentle strokes used to manipulate areas of your body to aid the lymph to an area where the lymphatic system is working, thereby eliminating the buildup of fluid.

Lymphedema can cause painful swelling in your arms and legs. Lymphatic drainage massage is a gentle massage technique that may help.

The condition known as lymphedema occurs when your tissues hold on to excess fluid that remains in the tissues after the cardiovascular system has sent blood and lymphatic fluid to them. Lymphedema is common among those recovering from breast cancer surgery.

We have specially trained therapists in each of our locations who are trained in this technique.

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Allergy Treatment

Allergy Testing

Allergy symptoms—runny nose, itching, headaches, wheezing, etc—can wreak havoc on your or your child’s productivity and quality of life. Find out the exact nature of your allergy, then treat it at its source!

Skin Testing / Allergy Testing Reveals Your Allergies


Skin, or “scratch,” testing is the most accurate and cost-effective way to determine what you’re allergic to…and to what degree you are allergic. If you’re like many people, you may know you have an allergy without knowing what triggers it. We’ll help you find out if you’re allergic to:

• Dust mites
• Pollen – grass, ragweed, pine, etc.
• Pet dander
• Mold

We also test for sixty known environmental allergies and twelve key food allergies, an important step for keeping you or your loved one safe and getting the right care.

Treat Your Seasonal or Environmental Allergy, Not Merely Its Symptoms


Once we determine the triggers for—and degree of—your environmental/seasonal allergic response, you can begin treatment with us usually within a week! Over time, our serum treatments train your immune system to no longer react to those allergens. Rather than temporarily mask or reduce your symptoms, this immunotherapy approach makes it so they won’t occur at all!

Treatment is done by custom Subcutaneous Injection Immunotherapy (SCIT) aka “Allergy Shots” or Sublingual Immunotherapy (SLIT) aka “Allergy Drops”. Your provider will go over the pros and cons of each method and which one may be best for you.

Personalized, Collaborative and Convenient


At Thrive Medical, we are an independent medical provider dedicated to offering not just excellent care but the compassion, collaborative approach and commitment to efficiency you and your family want and deserve. Count on us for:

• Little to no wait time
• Multiple healthcare services under one roof
• Truly personalized, one-on-one care
• Outstanding customer service
• Help finding the right care for food allergies

Take charge of your allergy and your quality of life. Schedule your consultation today!

Offering personalized treatment options for a range of health conditions.


More than 10 million acupuncture treatments are provided annually in the United States. Its rising popularity is due to its clear effectiveness for pain relief, increased range of motion, and reduced inflammation.

Acupuncture is a procedure where fine, sterile needles are used to stimulate the skin in order to alleviate a variety of ailments. It has been adopted by medical professionals as a noninvasive treatment for a variety of conditions.

How Does Acupuncture Work?

Acupuncture is believed to work via the central nervous system, resulting in chemical changes in the muscles, spinal cord, and brain. These chemical alterations may trigger the body’s natural healing processes and promote physical and mental well-being.

What does acupuncture treat?

There have been multiple studies over the years dedicated to understanding the effectiveness of acupuncture. Although research is ongoing; here are some of the conditions that experts have concluded that acupuncture treatment may help with:

  • Neck pain
  • Back pain
  • Osteoarthritis/knee pain
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Migraines
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Muscle pain

Read more about the conditions we treat.

Acupuncture is said to block pain by boosting the production of substances called endorphins.

Because there are many acupuncture points near nerves, the dull ache or sensation of fullness in muscle resulting from nerve stimulation is caused by endorphins, which are self-produced analgesics during pain or stress. The stimulated area sends a message to the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord), which releases endorphins in response. Endorphins, along with other neurotransmitters (body chemicals that modify nerve impulses), block the message of pain from being delivered to the brain.


There are several types of pain, ranging from sharp to dull, from constant to intermittent, and from localized to spread throughout the body. The nervous system produces the sensation of pain.

It is important to address any health issues or injuries causing the pain immediately. Pain may often last for weeks, months, or even years, warning us of underlying problems.

There are multiple reasons why someone might have constant or chronic pain. It might be due to an ongoing condition such as arthritis, or it might be caused by abnormal activity in pain-sensing brain regions, or it might have unknown causes.

In addition to treating the symptoms of headaches and migraines, acupuncture can provide powerful and often long-standing relief without the side effects that prescription and over-the-counter drugs may cause. Migraines and headaches, as well as their underlying causes, have been treated with acupuncture for thousands of years, and it is a widely-accepted method of treatment in our society.

Traditional Chinese medicine does not recognize migraines and recurring headaches as one specific disease or condition. Instead, acupuncture is tailored for you specifically. This gives a customized, unique, and effective approach to each patient.

Specific points on the skin surface are able to alter a variety of biochemical and physiological conditions and are stimulated in order to treat chronic headaches and migraines.

Frustration, anger, and anxiety can all cause you to experience stress from any situation or thought. Everyone experiences stress. However, what one person finds stressful may not bother another. Small amounts of stress can motivate you and help you be more productive, but too much can be detrimental.

Persistent and unrelenting stress often leads to anxiety and/or depression. Studies have shown that increased and constant stress can decrease the number of white blood cells, which defend us against viruses. This leads to a weakened immune system.

Acupuncture has been shown to be one of the most effective methods for reducing the harmful effects of stress and promoting the relaxation response.

Acupuncture causes your body to release the same chemicals released when you are happy and calm, called endorphins. These endorphins are natural opiates that relieve pain and increase a person’s sense of relaxation and well-being. These endorphas provide a person with a “natural high” comparable to the effects that drugs or joyful experiences can have. This feeling of well-being produced by acupuncture is one of the reasons that acupuncture is so useful in the treatment of depression and anxiety.

Acupuncture also helps relaxation by decreasing muscular tension. You’ll feel as if you just received a great, deep massage after a session.

Patients frequently report having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep. Chronic insomnia is defined as having inadequate sleep for at least three nights a week for one month or longer.

There are several factors that can interfere with sleep, including stress, anxiety, medications, and physical ailments. Western medicine has very little to offer patients in terms of relief. Antidepressants or sleep medications might be appropriate, but they might have undesired side effects.

Because it directly affects the nervous system, acupuncture can help correct sleep-related imbalances without causing side effects.

Individual types of insomnia require specific treatments. Acupuncture insomnia treatment is customized to meet the individual’s needs.

Gastrointestinal problems can be effectively treated with acupuncture including nausea and vomiting, functional disorders (irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, and diarrhea), peptic ulcer disease, Crohn’s disease, postoperative ileus, and even gallstone disease by regulating systems in the body through nerve stimulation.

Acupuncture helps to focus on a whole-body approach to your condition rather than just the disease’s symptoms. Dietary and lifestyle suggestions may be made to assist in your recovery.

Conditions that respond well to acupuncture include abdominal pain, chronic gastritis, and Inflammatory bowel diseases.

Acupuncture during pregnancy can have positive effects. Acupuncture can help alleviate morning sickness from the beginning. As the body adjusts, it can alleviate issues ranging from back pain to constipation. It can also increase blood flow around the uterus prior to labor, preparing the body for childbirth.

Acupuncture can help with getting pregnant. Besides being used to treat ovarian problems, acupuncture can aid with fertility.

Acupuncture is able to increase the chances of pregnancy through natural conception, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), and other Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ARTs) because it has been clinically shown to regulate and stabilize hormone levels, help produce more follicles, increase blood flow to the uterus and ovaries, thicken the endometrial lining, reduce the chance of miscarriage, strengthen the immune system and promote the overall health of the body.

Regardless of your age, acupuncture can help to address hormonal issues by stimulating your body’s innate hormone production.

Acupuncture is well suited to treating a variety of Women’s Health issues, including PMS, irregular or painful periods, menopause, and hormone imbalances.

Those suffering from PMS or irregular or painful periods can benefit from acupuncture treatment, as it has been shown to reduce pain. The release of endorphins from acupuncture treatment and the resulting relaxation are the dual benefits that provide relief from pain.

In addition to reducing hot flashes and mood swings, acupuncture was shown in a Danish study in 2019 to improve menopause symptoms such as fatigue, sleeplessness, and irritability.

Dietary and lifestyle suggestions may be made to assist in the treatment of your condition.

Dry Needling / Trigger Point Acupuncture

Dry needling is a procedure that is performed by an acupuncturist or a medically trained professional. A monofilament needle is used to penetrate the skin and eliminate trigger points that cause neuromusculoskeletal pain and mobility issues.

Trigger points, or tiny muscle knots, can cause pain or discomfort by limiting motion, restricting blood flow, or causing local tenderness. Dry needling is a noninvasive way to treat trigger points. When trigger points are treated, they are less painful and less restricted.

According to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Dry Needling is a form of acupuncture. It has been used for centuries and is known as “ahshi” or “painful spot” needling, with a focus on needling the muscle to decrease pain and increase the range of motion.

Dry needling aims to deactivate trigger points and relieve muscle-related pain by treating muscle tissue.

Dry needling can treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal problems, including shoulder, neck, heel, hip, and back discomfort.

Start living pain-free today

Our clinical experts — medical practitioners, physical therapists, chiropractors, and licensed acupuncturists — will develop a comprehensive treatment plan that will eliminate your pain or condition and improve your well-being in more ways than one.

If you’re ready to start living your life pain-free, find your nearest location to schedule an appointment today.