One thing that sets Dr. Tyner apart from some physical therapists is her use of the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA). This system measures fundamental patterns of movement such as squatting, bending, and overhead positions in patients with known musculoskeletal pain.
This identifies meaningful impairments that may seem unrelated to the main source of pain, but contribute to the associated disability. By addressing the most dysfunctional, often non-painful, movement pattern, targeted manual therapy and therapeutic exercises can be implemented in less time and fewer visits.
At Tyner Physical Therapy we address the root of the problem: lack of mobility and/or dysfunctional motor patterns. With a thorough assessment and the right diagnosis, we can craft the best personal treatment plan for each individual patient.