At TRIA, we offer a variety of programs to help ensure our patients return to their daily activities. Our programs are created to help patients with specific needs.
Aquatic Therapy uses water’s natural therapeutic properties; buoyancy, resistance and warmth, to create a gentler environment for exercise. Patients of any age or condition can benefit from exercise in the water. It can be used independently or in conjunction with a land therapy based program. Patient are typically seen for six to eight visits in the water. Our goal is to help establish a beneficial independent program to be continued following the completion of the sessions.
TRIA’s Cycling Program is designed to assist recreational and competitive cyclists in managing their current injuries and preventing future injuries.
The TRIA/Hotel Recovery Program at TRIA Orthopaedic Center gives patients the opportunity to have certain procedures that are normally done in a hospital setting performed in TRIA’s outpatient surgery center. The overnight surgery recovery takes place at the hotel in a private room with personal nursing care, rather than a hospital.
The Pain Program consists of fellowship trained physicians, physical therapists, and psychologists, offering the most current and effective medical interventions and therapies. They foster a supportive environment, using all available evidence and resources, to help patients increase function and reduce suffering.
TRIA’s Patellofemoral Program is designed to treat instability of the kneecap (patella) and/or pain behind or around the patella. Even if you’ve had treatment for your knee instability/pain in the past, our comprehensive patellofemoral program may be just what you need. Combining patient education with leg evaluation, a multi-faceted approach is typically used including quadriceps and gluteal exercises, stretching, massage, patellar mobilization, patellar taping, and instruction in proper jumping and squatting mechanics. This approach has often proved to be successful.
Pilates offers a system of exercise designed to improve physical strength, flexibility, posture, and enhance movement awareness.
TRIA’s Return to Throwing program is designed to assist all throwers, whether recreational or competitive, in managing their current injuries and preventing future injuries.
TRIA’s Return to Soccer program is designed to assist all soccer players, from recreational to professional, in managing their current injuries and returning them to the field with confidence. Soccer injuries commonly sideline athletes and lead to compensations or pain upon return to play. Our goal is to identify the specific needs of each athlete and progress them appropriately through a comprehensive program until they are ready to return to play at speed with control and confidence. Patients will be seen one-on-one with a member of the team as we incorporate soccer specific training with agility, strength and speed into your rehabilitation program.
TRIA’s running program is designed to assist all runners whether recreational or competitive in managing their current injuries and preventing future injuries. We value a collaborative approach working together with physicians, physical therapists, and athletic trainers to deliver the care you need.
Individualized, multi-disciplinary concussion care with an emphasis on safe return to sport is essential in the appropriate concussion care for athletes.
TRIA’s Fit & Well Program was created to offer a more well-rounded and holistic program for our participants by continuing to offer a variety of quality of classes and services to ensure easily accessible and affordable healthy resources for all of our participants.
TRIA Kids provides specialized musculoskeletal care for children of all ages. Our pediatric orthopedic specialists are available to address a variety of pediatric musculoskeletal issues in a child-friendly environment.
TRIA L.E.A.P.® (Lower Extremity Agility Program) is a six week training program designed to teach athletes to control their lower extremities using proper technique and form while performing high level activities after sustaining an injury.