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Our Mission

Our mission is to revolutionize the concept of conservative care by using the most effective treatment models available to care for musculoskeletal injuries and conditions in both the athlete and non-athlete.

Our services include Dry Needling, Fascial Distortion, Kinetisense & Rx Stretching.

Our Methods

We use an array of soft tissue and joint mobilization techniques to achieve desired results. We utilize the Fascial Distortion Model (FDM) extensively. This model is ideal for treating virtually all soft tissue injuries, as well as musculoskeletal complaints. The restoration of functional integrity and stability within the musculoskeletal system is what we are ultimately trying to achieve.

When seeking treatment for common musculoskeletal injuries and complaints people are often left with no option other than the traditional RICE method when visiting the doctor. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Here at The Tx Room we excel at treating these complaints effectively and efficiently. As a result you will be able to return to your normal activities quickly and with greater confidence.

After reading through this site you will be better informed on many of your common sports, and day-to-day injuries.

To schedule an appointment call today.

Phone: 972-781-2800

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Knee Pain

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OsGood Schlatter’s and Sever’s Disease

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Dry Needling

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