top of page

Services - What to Expect

A comprehensive evaluation designed to identify the cause of your pain and specific dysfunction that is contributing to your symptoms. 


 A full one hour examination during which you and your therapist design an individualized treatment program to meet your needs in order to fulfill your goals.  This treatment protocol will address both your structural and functional needs and will be ongoing throughout each of your treatment sessions.  You will be supervised exclusively by one therapist, allowing you to develop a strong patient-therapist relationship that will enhance both your treatment and overall experience.  


As structure dictates function, your sessions will address structure through the use of manual physical therapy, which is a hands on approach to restore your structural alignment and in turn reduce pain and improve your tolerance to all of your functional activities.  Functional needs include your ability to sit, stand, walk, run, lift, bend over, lift overhead, get dressed, perform work duties, and engage in sports activities.


Functional movement training uses corrective exercise strategies to help improve muscle imbalance, movement capabilities, and decrease the risk of injuries.


Functional Training:
Structural Alignment Protocols:
Personal Training/Wellness Visits:
  • Postural re-education

  • Spinal stabilization

  • Neuromuscular re-education

  • Balance and gait training

  • Strength and flexibility training

  • Ergonomic assessment/risk analysis/modification

  • Orthotic evaluation, fabrication and fitting

  • Comprehensive home exercise program

  • Pilates/matwork/core stabilization

  • Kinesio taping

  • Muscle energy technique

  • Joint mobilization

  • Soft tissue mobilization

  • Jones strain/counter strain

  • Craniosacral therapy

  • Myofascial release

  • Mobilization with movement (Mulligan)

  • How to proceed when formal rehab has ended

  • Demonstrate safe and effective ways to train and prevent re-injury

  • Evaluate current exercise program and create an individualized graded exercise progression

  • Utilize weights, balls, bands, sport cord, and rollers


bottom of page