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Come See Dr. Michael Wendrow And The Entire Care Plus Team At 1125 N.E. 125th Street Suite 100
North Miami, Florida 33161

At Care Plus Injury Rehabilitation, we offer high-quality comprehensive physical therapy, chiropractic care, message therapy, injury rehabilitation and spinal decompression in a caring, comfortable atmosphere, emphasizing prevention and wellness. We treat all musculosketal and orthopedic disorders, including work-related injuries, sports injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation, automobile accident injuries, and geriatric rehabilitation. We have been in practice in North Miami for over 25 years.

Care Plus is a particpating provider for Cigna, AvMed, United Health Care / Humana, Coventry, Blue Cross, Blue Shield and Medicare. All PPO’s are accepted. We offer a staff that is not only trained in english but Spanish and Creole. We now offer extended hours Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m until noon. To learn more about Care Plus Rehabilitation, read “about us”.

Massage Therapy
Massage is the treatment and practice of soft tissue manipulation with physical, functional, and in some cases psychological purposes and goals. The word comes from the French massage “friction of kneading,” possibly from Arabic massa “to touch, feel, handle” or from Latin massa “mass, dough”. (In distinction the ancient Greek word for massage itself was anatripsis , and the Latin was frictio.) An older etymology may even have been the Hebrew me-sakj “to anoint with oil.”

Massage involves acting on and manipulating the client’s body with pressure (structured, unstructured, stationary, and/or moving), tension, motion, or vibration done manually or with mechanical aids. Target tissues may include muscles, tendons, ligaments, skin, joints, or other connective tissue, as well as lymphatic vessels, and/or organs of the gastrointestinal system. Massage can be applied with the hands, fingers, elbows, forearm, and feet. There are over eighty different massage modalities. The most cited reasons for introducing massage have been client demand and perceived clinical effectiveness.

In professional settings massage involves the client being treated while lying on a massage table, sitting in a massage chair, or lying on a mat on the floor. The massage subject may be fully or partly unclothed. Parts of the body may be covered with towels or sheets. Please take time to browse trough the various conditions we treat.

– Arm and leg numbness and tingling
– Automobile Accidents
– Brachial plexus syndrome
– Bulging discs
– Calf sprain
– Carpal tunnel syndrome
– Cervical myofascitis
– Cervical spine disc herniation and lumbar spine disc
– Degenerative disc disease
– Dequevrain’s disease
– Elbow sprain, lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
– Foot injuries
– Gait abnormalities
– Hamstring strains
– Headaches
– Heel spurs
– Hip sprains.
– Hip tendonitis and bursitis
– Intercostals neuralgia
– Knee ligament injuries
– Knee meniscus injuries
– Knee sprain
– Knee tendonitis
– Low back pain
– Lumbar myofascitis
– Lumbar sprains
– Muscle injuries
– Neck pain
– Plantar fasciitis
– Post stroke patients
– Post surgical disc injuries
– Post surgical knee ACL and meniscus injuries
– Post surgical shoulder rotator cuff tears
– Radiating pain into the arms and legs
– Rib contusions
– Sacroiliac sprain
– Sciatica
– Shin splints
– Shoulder injuries to include sprains and rotator
cuff injuries and tears
– Shoulder tendonitis biceps tendonitis
– Slip and Fall Injuries
– Spinal stenosis
– Thoracic myofascitis
– TMJ syndrome
– Upper and middle back pain
– Workers Compensation Injuries.
– Wrist sprain and tendonitis

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