Our Services

Personalized programs for rehabilitation, performance, and balance.

Dry Needling

Dry Needling is a form of therapy in which fine needles are inserted into myofascial trigger points (painful muscle knots), tendons and ligaments, as well as near nerves, to stimulate a healing response for those suffering from painful musculoskeletal conditions.

Dry needling is NOT acupuncture, a non-science-based procedure that’s concerned with altering the “flow of energy” for the treatment of disease and ailments. Rather, dry needling is a modern, science-based intervention for the treatment of pain and dysfunction.

Commonly treated conditions
Dry needling has been proven in effectively treating conditions such as:

  • Neck and Back Pain
  • Knee Pain
  • Shin Splints
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Headaches
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Shoulder Impingement
  • Tennis Elbow

How does dry needling help me manage pain?
Oftentimes, dry needling will be used alongside other treatments, such as exercise, to help restore mobility, reduce pain and put a client back on track toward a life of improved function. Contact us today to get started!

Sports Rehabilitation

As experts in movement, physical therapists serve as your first line of care when you experience pain, discomfort or injury while training or competing in your sport. A thorough evaluation from a physical therapist will determine what caused your injury, setting an optimal course for treatment, healing, prevention, and performance enhancement.

Spine Care

Less back and neck pain, improved long-term function

About 8 in 10 of us will experience back or neck pain at some point in our lives, and for some it can be severe, debilitating and reoccurring. It’s our body’s core, after all. So when the muscles and nerves near the spine are pinched, pulled or twisted, the pain and discomfort can make it difficult to get up – let alone work and do the things we love.

Experts in spine health and getting clients back to their everyday lives, our Quantum Rehabilitation team focuses not just on treating the pain or discomfort, but determining and treating the cause. We’ll also show you how to prevent its re-occurrence so that your focus can return back to life.

Commonly Treated Conditions

  • Chronic neck and back pain
  • Headaches
  • Work-related injuries
  • Post-surgical care
  • Herniated disc
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Scoliosis

If you’re having trouble bending or twisting your head, or your spine discomfort is making it difficult to get out of bed or focus on your day, visit us for a thorough spine assessment. Our team will start you down a path toward pain-free recovery.

Pre and Post Surgery Therapy

Hip and knee replacement surgeries are some of the most common operations performed in the U.S., with about 1 million completed each year. And each one of these patients share one thing in common: their desire to get back to the level of work, play and function they enjoyed before first experiencing joint pain. The physical therapy team at Active Care can get them there.

Working with a physical therapist before these and other surgeries can vastly improve your strength, education and confidence going into such a major procedure. In turn, these “prehabilitation” efforts can improve the speed, success and cost of your rehabilitation experience post-surgery, getting you back to doing the things you love – free of pain.

Common Surgeries

  • Total and partial joint replacements
  • Knee surgeries
  • Back or neck procedures
  • Shoulder/rotator cuff surgeries
  • Hip surgeries
  • Ligament or tendon reconstructions

If you face the possibility of surgery and wish to learn more about what physical therapy can do (pre- and post-surgery) to make you stronger, heal faster and get you back to life quickly, call us to schedule and evaluation. We’ll work with your physician to chart a path that’s right for you.

Women’s Health

From pregnancy to pelvic dysfunction, physical therapy can help

From work to recreation, pregnancy to menopause, and throughout the entirety of a woman’s life, physical therapy empowers women to take control of pain and dysfunction related to a variety of conditions. Do you “leak” when you sneeze or laugh? Are you pregnant and suffering through back and hip pain? Has intercourse become painful? Let us help you.

Quantum Rehabilitation has a physical therapist, Dr. Brittany Reeves, that is trained in pelvic health through the CAPP-OB and CAPP-Pelvic programs through the APTA’s Section on Women’s Health. Our women’s health program addresses musculoskeletal issues that are unique to women, providing proactive treatments that improve function, decrease pain, and allow clients to achieve their fullest potential. We treat women of all ages to restore confidence and function for a variety of issues.

Commonly Treated Conditions

  • Complications from pregnancy and childbirth
  • Chronic pelvic pain
  • Urinary incontinence, or “leaking”
  • Painful intercourse
  • Coccyx (tailbone) pain
  • Flexibility and imbalances
  • Athletic performance/enhancement

While these are common conditions, you don’t have to suffer through them. A thorough evaluation from our physical therapist is your first step in taking control of the pain and dysfunction that’s holding you back. Contact us today to schedule your first appointment.

Make an appointment

(870) 234-7604 

1016 N Jackson
Magnolia, AR 71753

Did you know?

Medical costs for fall-related injuries total $34 billion annually in the U.S.
Source: CDC

Meet your PT

Brittany is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Section on Women’s Health, and the Arkansas Physical Therapy Association. She has a particular interest in the role of physical therapy in the areas of obstetrics and pelvic floor rehab.