Throughout Adam’s extensive training and experience he has embraced the successful philosophies and practice of myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, deep tissue massage, and joint/soft tissue mobilization. He understands that individuals develop chronic pain as a result of injuries, poor body mechanics and postural habits, and that we typically do not find lasting relief unless the soft tissue that restricts motion is properly treated and released.
Adam has practiced in many environments serving a variety of populations including as a director of physical therapy for a local sub-acute/rehabilitation facility, in a private practice specializing in pain management, in a corporate setting meeting the challenging functional needs of the home-bound population, and in a hospital-based acute care facility. In each of these roles, Adam has successfully brought his expertise in “hands-on” physical therapy to his patients.
Enclosed in a sac of fluid, the brain and spinal cord are protected from forces the body may experience. Out of this sac come the nerves that send energy to the various body parts. Taking advantage of small movements in the skull bones and the sacrum, Craniosacral Therapy involves the subtle application of force to the covering of the sac known as the dura. By applying gentle pressure with the fingers, the therapist improves the flow of the fluid around the spinal cord. This, in turn, eases tightness that forms along the sack and frees the nerves to better transmit signals. The result is improved energy, reduced pain and increased freedom of movement.
Specialized Physical Therapy Techniques
Beginning in the womb, a web of tissue called fascia develops, forming the basic structure of the body. This web continues to grow as we age but with injuries, poor posture, and strength imbalances, changes direction binding unrelated sections of the body together. We experience unusual tightness in our hips, our low back, our abdomen. This frequently causes restricted movement and pain which is especially strong at trigger points. We find ourselves using extra energy just performing daily activities. In Myofascial Release, the therapist uses the hands to apply a prolonged force to these tissues. The result is a “release” of restriction and a realigning of fascia. Patients experience an ease in chronic tightness, reduced pain and increased energy.
Therapist applies sustained pressure to deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue with goals of breaking up scar tissue, promoting blood flow and reducing inflammation.
Deep Tissue Massage
Soft Tissue Mobilization
Hands-on technique for treatment of muscle, tendons, ligaments and nerves with aim of improving the mobility of stiff, immobile soft tissues and those with poor circulation due to inactivity or increased tension.
Fees for Service
Adam Field Physical Therapy is an “out-of-network” provider for all insurance carriers. This allows us to concentrate on your health and healing process and determine an individualized plan according to your needs. The fee for the initial one-hour session is $90, and follow up 50-minute treatment sessions are $80.
Adam Field Physical Therapy accepts cash, checks, Flex, HAS, and FSA as well as all major credit cards. You pay for treatment the same day you are seen in the office and the payment may be reimbursed by your insurance carrier.
Adam Field Physical Therapy will gladly provide you with the documentation and assistance you need to submit a claim to your insurance provider. Once you meet your “out-of-network” deductible, your insurance provider should send you a reimbursement check for all approved reasonable and customary treatments. While we do everything we can to assist you, we cannot guarantee that you will receive reimbursement.
We request 24 hours notice for cancellations. Monday appointments must be cancelled by 4 p.m. on Saturday. Cancellations or “no shows” without advance notice will be charged $75.