Physical therapy for back & neck pain in Indianapolis IN w/Reflex Therapy with TheraflexReflex Therapy for Back Pain Relief!

There’s nothing new about back pain, but now there’s a new (to the U.S.A.) type of therapy! It’s called Reflex Therapy and it’s safe, simple, affordable and effective!

It’s quick, for all ages and most will see results in 5 sessions or less.  Many experience significant immediate relief.

Back pain relief with no meds, no surgery, no forceful manipulation. Reflex Therapy for back pain relief is non-invasive technology that is both preventative and restorative.

For well over a decade, Reflex Therapy has been enjoyed by thousands in England and other parts of Europe and now it’s available in the Indianapolis area including Carmel, Noblesville, Fishers and all of Central Indiana.

If you’ve been suffering with back or leg pain and immobility of the spine, no matter how long, you’ll  want to discover what a difference Reflex Therapy can make.  It sounds too good to be true, but it is true!

Now accepting new traditional, scoliosis, balance, and sports-improvement-focused clients.

Indy Back in Balance

‘Back Flexibility and Mobility at its Best’
Ph. 317-626-9068
11650 N. Lantern Road
Suite 221
Fishers, IN 46038

Located in the Fishers Office Suites Building

These are just some of the many stories of people having successful physical therapy using Reflex Therapy with Theraflex.

  • An elderly couple were due to be put into ‘care’ owing to mobility problems. The wife found it necessary to depend upon a ‘walker’ and the husband could no longer help her to her feet.  After they received treatment, he was able to assist her and she was able to walk unaided again.  This enabled them to remain in their home and retain their autonomy.
  • A 57-year-old man with a prosthetic limb had developed ‘stability’ problems and suffered back pain.  He received a course of treatment and some exercise therapy and regained his stability completely with no noticeable abnormal gait.  His back pain was also completely relieved.  He has maintained this for over a decade with periodic treatment.
  • A mid-50’s brick mason was no longer able to perform his craft.  He was taking methadone thrice daily for pain and had very limited range of motion.  Two orthopedic doctors had recommended lumbar fusions and a third had advised him to ‘live with it’.  Upon completion of the first session of Reflex Therapy, he claimed to have no pain and was moving freely.  He was able to discontinue pain medications and by the time he had completed his course of treatment he could play baseball and golf unhindered.
  • A 62-year-old nurse had developed foot atrophy years after an auto accident had injured her hip nearly 20 years earlier and was unable to perform exercises designed to help her condition.  After her first session, many of her symptoms disappeared and she could do the exercises previously impossible to her.  She finished her course of Reflex Therapy and occasionally has treatment after heavy yard or house work.