Nationwide Leaders in Therapeutic Outcomes

With 14 specialties and treatment programs, you are sure to be working with an expert on your condition.

  • Orthopedic Rehab

    From head to toes, if you or someone you know has had a surgery or has an ache or pain that involves your muscles, joints, bones, ligaments, tendons, or any movement of your body is affecting how you feel, how you move or getting the way of doing your daily activities, then a physical therapist can help get you back to doing what you love. Learn more>>

  • Pregnancy and Post-Partum Care

    Pregnancy causes many changes to the body, some exciting and some not-so-much. All of these changes in the body can really aggravate common orthopedic issues. You should be able to enjoy this special time in your life without the interference of pain. You need a specialist knowledgeable about what your body is going through. Learn more>>

  • Balance and Vestibular

    Numerous body systems work together to achieve proper balance. You need a specially trained therapist to decipher the root cause of your symptoms to ensure you regain the confidence you need to move about safely at any age. Learn more>>

  • Sports Medicine

    Are you looking to return to your sport as soon as possible? You need an expert in biomechanics to develop an individualized treatment plan to get you there. You’ll return to your favorite sport with a lower risk of re-injury having worked with the right professionals. Learn more>>

  • Running Sport-Specific Rehabilitation

    We know you love to run so let us help you get back on the road. You need a runner-specific program and a physical therapist who understands a runner’s needs. We understand all of these things and many of us are even running right alongside you. Learn more>> 

  • Concussion Management

    A concussion is a brain injury that occurs when the brain is shaken inside the skull, causing changes to the brain’s chemistry and energy supply. You might be feeling dizziness, less stable, less able to balance or experiencing headaches that can also bring on these symptoms. Since no two concussions are the same, you need a physical therapist who can develop an individual treatment plan for you and your concussion. Learn more>>

  • Female Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

    Pelvic floor dysfunction can result in many different symptoms and limitations that are difficult to accept as dysfunction or to discuss with your provider. Many of these symptoms are so common that women are made to believe the symptoms are normal. You need a specialized physical therapist who can work with you in our private pelvic floor clinic. Could you benefit from Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy? Learn more>>

  • Decompression Therapy

    Have you tried what seems like every non-surgical option for your neck or back pain? Are you trying to avoid surgery? If so, you might be a candidate for spinal decompression therapy, a non-surgical and drug-free therapy that helps relieve the symptoms of low back and neck pain from herniated, bulging, degenerated, and slipped discs.  Learn more>>

  • Hand Therapy

    The hands and arms are amazing and complex parts of the human body. They are essential for self-care, work, and leisure activities. An injury to a hand or upper extremity can really set you back. You need a highly specialized approach to get you back to normal function. Learn more>>

  • The Meeks Method for Osteoporosis

    This trademarked 12 step approach to realigning the spine was developed for those suffering from Osteoporosis, but has been shown to be beneficial for individuals with other spinal conditions as well. If you have scoliosis, spinal stenosis or general back pain, this program is “Skeletically Appropriated for Everyone”, or S.A.F.E. Learn more>>

  • Male Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

    Pelvic floor dysfunction can result in many different symptoms and limitations that are difficult to accept as dysfunction or to discuss with your provider. Many of these symptoms are very common in men of all ages. Listen to your body and don’t wait for things to get worse in the hopes that they will get better on their own. You need a specialized physical therapist who values your health and your quality of life. Learn more>>

  • Functional Movement Screens

    Whether you are looking to start your fitness journey, join a new gym, an athlete returning to sport, or just simply looking to take your fitness routine to the next level… a functional movement screen can help you safely reach your goals. You must move well, before moving often. Did you know that a movement could be dysfunctional even if it’s not causing pain? You must move well, before moving often. Learn more>>

  • Running Gait Analysis

    There are many deviations that can occur with running that impact a runner’s risk for injury and ability to perform at their peak. Whether you’re a seasoned runner, a new runner, or looking to return to running, Running Gait Analysis will identify improvements to your form to optimize your performance and prevent injury. Hop on our treadmill with some markers and we’ll use our certified GaitOn Analysis Software to take you from good to great.  Learn More>>

  • The Gait and Balance Center

    The Gait and Balance Center is equipped with specially trained therapists and the technology required to deliver more effective treatment of gait and balance disorders, protecting against falls both in the home and within rehabilitation programs. You need the peace of mind to challenge yourself within your sessions without the fear of falling. Learn more>>

  • Temporomandibular Disorder Therapy

    You might have heard this be referred to as TMD or TMJ. But general jaw pain is also treatable within this specialty program. You need a specially trained therapist to conduct a thorough evaluation of the structures in your head and neck to find muscle imbalances and pain referral patterns. This combined with a a multi-disciplinary approach and communication with your dental provider will get you back to life without pain. Learn more>>

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