Techniques in Treatment:

Joint Manipulation and Mobilization: A treatment technique that improves motion, alignment, and function of the spinal and extremity joints.

Soft Tissue Mobilization and Myofascial Release: Direct pressure applied by the practitioner to improve muscle and fascial mobility, alter 

                                                                                                 posture, and improve alignment. Ultimately, more fluid and balanced movements are attained.

Cranialsacral Therapy:  A gentle mobilization technique to improve range of motion and posture while easing tension and stress.

Therapeutic Exercise:    A series of strengthening, stretching, and movement re-education exercises that reduce pain and affords greater ease of

                                              movement. Often these techniques are employed after surgery or injury to enhance the patient's recovery.

Core Strengthening Program:   A series of exercises focused on improving the strength and coordination of the muscles that support and guide

                                                             the spine through balanced movement.

Electrical Stimulation, Heat, and Cold Treatment:   Commonly referred to as modalities. These treatments reduce swelling, improve tissue

                                                                                                     mobility and range of motion, and decrease pain.

Ultrasound, Iontophoresis, Phonophoresis:   Also known as modalities. These treatments reduce scar tissue and inflammation and improve

                                                                                         range of motion.
Custom Orthotic Fabrication:   Construction of corrective shoe inserts for foot and lower extremity problems.

Physical Therapy

Our Services

Physical Therapy
Orthopaedic Physical Therapy
Post-Surgical Physical Therapy
Sports Physical Therapy
Neurological Physical Therapy
Vestibular Physical Therapy
Workplace Injury Rehabilitation

Dr. Elham Tehranchi is a physical therapist with 20 years of experience in acute care rehabilitation. She served as the supervisor of the rehabilitation department of Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital of Maryland for 14 years. Trauma, amputee, stroke, spinal cord injury and traumatic brain injury patients are her areas of specialty. Elham received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from AT Still University and her Master of Physical Therapy from Howard University. She has a black belt in Tae Kwon Do and in her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, cooking and exercising.