- Acute care
- Aquatic therapy
- Balance therapy
- Falls Clinics
- Incontinence therapy
- Jaw pain therapy
- Lymphedema therapy
- Manual therapy
- Muscle energy technique
- Occupational rehab
- Oncology rehab
- Pediatric therapy
- Postural restoration
- Temporomandibular joint
- Vestibular rehab therapy
- Wound care
Meet our therapists
Acute Care PT – Provided to patients during their hospital stay. This may be the first time getting out of bed after surgery, or the first encounter after a new diagnosis where modifications and new strategies are taught to accommodate for acquired deficits.
Aquatic PT – The practice of skilled therapy in an environment where the properties of water assist the patient in meeting their rehab goals.
Falls Clinics and Balance Therapy – Offers comprehensive evaluations by a physical and occupational therapist to help reduce the risk of falls and also to prevent falls.
Incontinence PT – Skilled therapy specifically designed to re-train the pelvic floor muscles to help people return to regular activities.
Kinesiotaping – A rehab taping technique that is designed to facilitate the body’s natural healing process while providing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting range of motion.
Lymphedema Therapy – Helps maximize circulation of fluid and reduce the risk of infection associated with fluid build-up or retention in soft body tissues.
Manual Therapy – Delivered with the hands, putting pressure on muscle tissue and manipulating joints to decrease pain caused by muscle spasm, muscle tension and joint dysfunction.
Muscle Energy Technique – A manual therapy that uses gentle muscle contractions to relax and lengthen muscles and normalize joint motion.
Occupational Rehab – The practice of returning injured workers to a level of work activity that is appropriate to their functional and cognitive capacity.
Oncology Rehab – The skilled practice of physical therapy creating specific, individualized treatment plan for cancer patients, both during cancer treatment and for years thereafter.
Orthotics – Provides a custom orthotic after a biomechanic assessment of the foot or feet with one of our Physical Therapists.
Pediatric Therapy – Focuses on evaluation and treatment for children who are experiencing functional limitations, delayed milestone achievement or disability.
Postural Restoration – A holistic, posture-based rehab approach that works to restore faulty posture by decreasing unwanted tension.
Temporomandibular Joint / Jaw Pain Therapy – Evaluates posture, habitual patterns, teeth alignment, and history of trauma to help develop a treatment approach that addresses the source of jaw pain
Vestibular Rehab Therapy (VRT) – A form of physical therapy that uses specific head exercises and movements to improve balance and reduce dizziness-related problems.
Wound Care – Entails the use of a Physical Therapist as the front line of wound management in either the hospital or in outpatient settings to maximize healing.