Enfield Health & Wellness Center
Enfield Health & Wellness Center

The healing experience is a very positive one at Enfield Health & Wellness. I highly recommend it to patients with musculoskeletal injuries.

Jesse Grant Eisler, MD, PhD
Orthopedic and Spine Surgeon
Connecticut Back Center


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Enfield & Suffield Connecticut Physical Therapy

Download the Referral Form PDFResources For Physicians

The Health & Wellness Centers of Enfield and Suffield have a number of resources geared to the interests and needs of the prescribers who refer their patients to physical therapy or chiropractic.

Physical Therapy Newsletters for Doctors around Enfield and Suffield Connecticut            See the Chiropractic Research Notes

Suffield Connecticut Physical Therapy


Research Bulletins for Doctors and Other Medical Referral Sources

The Health & Wellness Centers of Enfield and Suffield routinely mail newsletters to physicians to explain treatment options available through referral and to highlight the most current thinking in physical therapy. Here we have posted a few of these newsletters for your perusal. (see more on the physician newsletter page)


Prolotherapy: Addressing Ligamentous Healing Deficits for Improved Musculoskeletal Outcomes

Ligamentous laxity, or enthesiopathy, can be a primary cause of chronic musculoskeletal pain. Even a year after a ligament injury, a large percentage of patients still have objective mechanical laxity and subjective joint instability. Prolotherapy, also known as regenerative injection therapy, stands apart as one of the few conservative treatments known to improve gila-ment strength and function over and above that available through exercise therapy.
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Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy: Corticosteroids, Rehab, Prolotherapy, or Surgery?

Physical therapy produces results on par with surgery when used as the first-line treatment. Prolotherapy adds to the results of physical therapy alone. Ultrasound-guided corticosteroid injections may improve short-term pain relief for patients.
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Success With the Most Common Form of Vertigo in Two Treatments

The Vestibular Disorders Association estimates that 42% of the adult population reports episodes of dizziness or vertigo to their physicians and that in 85% of those cases, vestibular dysfunction causes the patient’s problems.  Left unaddressed, the occasional dizziness or dysequilibrium can lead to injury falls, auto accidents, work accidents, or fear of performing normal activities of daily living.
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A Uniquely Qualified Team at Your Service

When you refer to the Health & Wellness Centers of Enfield and Suffield, you are giving your patients access to a therapy team with more than 80 years’ combined experience. We use many manual therapy techniques and have certifications signifying advanced training above and beyond the average physical therapist. For instance, our physical therapy team has certification in the physical therapy treatments listed in this article.
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Non-Specific Low Back Pain - Not Specific Enough
Classification Improves PT Results

Authors have suggested that, while this broad category may be useful in medical practice, it can be deleterious to clinical research, clinical guidelines, and, resultantly,  physical therapy practice. The assessment-based therapy treatment plan, delivered promptly after injury, produces results superior to strictly interpreted AHCPR “evidence-based guidelines.”

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Is Back Pain an Injury?
What is the More Cost Effective Model?

In this article, we explore a promising alternative to the misguided acute vs. chronic model and explain why most cases of low back pain should not be treated as an injury.  Low back pain (LBP) ranks as a leading cause of disability among Connecticut’s adults.  Despite increased attention to the problem over the past three decades, annual healthcare costs related to LBP continue to rise at rates exceeding inflation.  Research has shown some cost-effective approaches for prevention of low back pain and LBP disability, and these approaches are available to you through the Health & Wellness Centers of Enfield and Suffield.

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