• Therapeutic exercise
  • Pre-work/Post Offer Lift Testing
  • Manual/Hands-On Therapy
  • Conditioning/Reconditioning
  • Soft tissue mobilization/Myofascial release techniques
  • Sport performance training
  • Posture/Ergonomic assessment
  • Neurological Re-education
  • Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization
  • Myofascial decompression (cupping)
  • Movement Re-training
  • Modalities including: electrical stimulation, ultrasound, paraffin wax, heat and cryotherapy


  • Musculoskeletal injuries
  • Orthopedics
  • Joint replacement
  • Chronic Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Post-surgical Rehab
  • Occupational/work Injuries
  • Sports Injuries/Return to sport
  • Vestibular conditions
  • Neurological conditions
  • Post MVA
  • TMJ
  • Headaches



  • Improve the way you move
  • Restore functional mobility 
  • Reduce pain
  • Increase athletic performance 
  • Set and achieve long term health goals 
  • Help patients live healthier lifestyles
  • Avoid surgical intervention 


What is the process to starting Physical Therapy?

After obtaining a Medical Diagnosis and referral from your Physician, you will be scheduled for your Initial Evaluation. The Initial Evaluation is when your Therapist takes a thorough history and performs physical tests and measurements in order to determine your Physical Therapy Assessment. Based on the P.T.'s Assessment, we will develop a treatment plan which we will adjust and progress with each visit according to your progress. 

How long will my first visit take?

Your Initial Evaluation/Assessment usually takes 60 minutes, after you have filled out the appropriate paperwork.

How long can I expect each visit after the Initial Assessment to take?

Usually, about one hour. 

What should I wear to Physical Therapy?

Please bring the appropriate clothes to expose the extremity we will be treating, i.e. Shorts for ankle/knee/hip; Loose fitting sweats for back, etc.