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ASTYM - Ignite Physical Therapy

Ignite Physical Therapy

Opening Hours : Mon-Wed 7am-7pm Tue-Thur 9am-7pm Fri 7am-5pm
  Contact : 480-883-0202


What is ASTYM?

ASTYM stands for “a stimulation” of the body’s healing response, which results in the remodeling/resorption of scar tissue and the regeneration of degenerated tissue. The approach is non-invasive and works fast and consistently without the use of medication, injections or surgery.

The ASTYM process is specific and has proven effective through documented, consistent, desirable outcomes. Developed by a team of physicians, physical therapists, and scientists, this protocol-driven system delivers long-term results with short-term, fast-acting therapy. It is often very effective when other treatments have proven unsuccessful. In order to perform ASTYM treatment, therapists must be certified by Performance Dynamics.

Both Joseph Poloni PT, DPT, CIDN and Alex Garay PTA, CKTP are certified ASTYM clinicians. While patients will usually experience mild soreness following the first 2 treatments, significant improvement is reported in just 3 treatments in 95% of cases at Ignite Physical Therapy making it a very effective and efficient treatment modality. Patient’s are required to complete stretches 4 times/day during the course of treatment to ensure proper healing of tissue. Tissue heals in a functional pattern allowing freedom of movement and freedom from pain. Once patient’s are painfree, signs and symptoms are healed permanently and will not return.

Commonly Treated Conditions and Ailments

The following are some of the many injuries that have demonstrated excellent clinical results when treated with the ASTYM system:

Achilles tendinopathy

Ankle sprain

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS)

DeQuervain’s tenosynovitis

Groin sprain/strain

Hamstring strain

Rotator Cuff Impingement/tendonitis

IT band syndrome

Joint restriction

Patellar tendonitis

Lateral epicondylitis

Medial epicondylitis

Overuse injuries

Decreased ROM following surgical procedure

Plantar fasciitis

Scar tissue/adhesions

Shin splints

Thumb/finger sprain

Wrist sprain

And much, much more!

Call Ignite Physical Therapy @ (480) 883-0202 to request a treatment today for a special discounted introductory price.

Other Therapies that may ease your discomfort:

Myofascial Cupping

Myofascial Flossing

Dry Needling


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