We Specialize In:

  • Sports Medicine and Rehab
  • General Orthopedic
  • Post Surgical Recovery
  • Performance and Wellness 
  • Dry Needling 
  • Golf Performance 
  • Chronic pain 
  • General Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • Deconditioning 
  • Cupping Therapy


Our physical therapists use a variety of therapies to help patients recover from injuries and manage chronic conditions.  The specific therapy used depends on the individual patient’s needs and goals.  

Dry Needling or Trigger point dry needling (TDN) use of a small needle to penetrate a “trigger point” in an area of muscle that is tight or causing pain or decreased performance. Dry needling causes the muscle to contract, then relax, therefore releasing the trigger point resulting in improved muscle flexibility and performance and decreased pain.

Manual therapy is applied to a total knee patient to facilitate an increase in knee flexion and extension.  Measurements are applied pre and post-treatment

TRX – We have 2 TRX suspension trainers in the clinic to help patients learn to squat, lunge or even push up again. 

Balance Bar – Here a patient steps up on a 12 inch box.  While most steps are 6-8 inches, we want our patients to be ready for any challenge life throws at them

Parallel Bars – Parallel bars provide our patients with just enough safety to practice those every day balance issues people run into in their lives.  One on one treatment is typically indicated for our neurological and balance patients.

Balance Exercise – Whether a patient needs to Learn to balance while carrying heavy items or relearn how to step around objects, we provide as many day-to-day challenges a patient may encounter in their lives as our treatment process. 

Resistance Training – We use an assortment of bands ranging from light to heavy for resistance training.


Core and Trunk Stability – There are plenty of ways to work core and trunk stability.  Not just sit-ups and planks. 

Shoulder Pain – The shoulder blade plays a huge part in shoulder movement.  Here we are working on scapula/shoulder blade stability to decrease a patient’s shoulder pain.


Post-Operative Therapy– Wall-assisted shoulder range of motion is an effective therapy for post-operative rotator cuff repair.