Services Provided

Helping you return to maximum function!

We offer orthopedic, sports medicine and chronic pain management for a wide variety of injuries here at PT Hawaii. Listed below are some of the more common injuries that we see and treat either with conventional land-based physical therapy or in our aquatic therapy center. Please call us for any questions you may have or if you have a condition not listed below.

  • Neuralgia/Sciatica
  • Low back pain
  • Osteo and rheumatoid arthritis
  • Vestibular and Balance issues
  • Pregnancy and postpartum-related pain
  • Tendonitis and tendinopathies
  • Muscle strains
  • Ligamentous injuries
  • Labral or meniscal injuries
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation
  • Return to sport screenings
  • Work Conditioning
  • Motor vehicle Accidents
  • General weakness and deconditioning
  • Other chronic pain and musculoskeletal issues

Manual Therapy

  • Graston Technique is a method that uses a unique stainless-steel instrument to assist in soft tissue mobilization or IASTM with the combination of therapeutic exercise.
  • Joint Mobilization
  • Manual Traction
  • Myofascial Release
  • Soft Tissue Mobilization


  • Electrical Stimulation (NMES, Russian, TENS)
  • Mechanical, Cervical & Lumbar Traction
  • Ultrasound
  • Athletic Taping (Kinesiotape, Rocktape)
  • Cold Packs and Heating Pads
  • Parrafin Bath
  • Thermotex is a deep penetrating infrared heating pad that provides therapeutic pain relief.
  • Theragun is a percussion therapy device that assists in soft tissue mobilization
  • Vasopneumatic Cuffs / Blood Flow Restriction  

Other Specialty Equipment Used for Therapeutic Exercise/Activities

  • TRX
  • Blazepods

Check out some of our therapy programs below.

Our 100,000 gallon salt water pool at PT Hawaii can expand the depth and scope of a clinician’s treatment options with our Aquatherapy program. Since the goals for aquatic therapy are similar to land-based therapy, the program is designed to improve the recovery outcomes for those with complicated injuries received as a result of work,...

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Physical Therapy

Often following injury or illness, our bodies have pain or dysfunction that keep us from returning to work or participating in activities we used to enjoy. That’s where physical therapy comes in. Physical therapy works to improve strength, range of motion, balance, and overall function. While physical therapy can take on many forms, our...

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Massage Therapy

Medical massage is a popular therapy used to relieve muscle tension, spasms, inflammation, fluid retention, aches, stiffness, and pain. Other benefits include improved circulation (blood and lymph), general flexibility, range of motion, and increased tissue elasticity (e.g. scar tissue).

During treatment, the massage therapist may...

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Work Conditioning

After completing your physical therapy treatment plans and improving your function, you may not be quite ready to return to work due to more physical demands. This is where work conditioning comes in. Work conditioning involves strengthening and conditioning exercises often used in traditional physical therapy, but on a larger spectrum...

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Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE)

An FCE can be used to determine fitness to work following an extended period of medical leave. If an employee is unable to return to work, the FCE provides information on prognosis and occupational rehabilitation measures that may be possible. An FCE can also be used to help identify changes to employee workload, or modifications to working...

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