Services Offerred


  • Manual Therapy

Research based hands on treatment provided by the Therapist to facilitate healing of soft tissue and enhanced movement of joints. 

  • Medical Exercise Therapy



Research driven clinical dosage of exercises to facilitate healing of soft tissue related injuries.


Reformer Workout
  •  BodyWeight Supported Treadmill Training (BWSTT)


BWSTT aims to create a safe environment for you to relearn and improve walking again whether you have joint pain or have been afflicted with Parkinson's or Stroke. 

Weight Lifting


  • Pilates

Pilates has been proven to improve low back pain through low impact controlled movement stretching and breathing. 



  • Ultrasound Therapy

An adjunctive modality to promote soft tissue healing through transmission of mechanical sound waves.

  • Electrotherapy

An adjunctive therapy modality that uses electrical energy to minimize pain and also improve muscle function. 

  • Hydrotherapy ( service may not be covered by insurance)

Heat delivery via steam may help promote improved circulation and cardiovascular health, joint/muscle pain relief. Furthermore, according to research,  increased frequency of steam is associated with a reduced risk of Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD), Fatal Coronary Heart Disease (CHD), and fatal Cardiovascular Disease (CVD). 


  • Phototherapy (service may not be covered by insurance)

Vitamin D plays a crucial role in bone health, muscle contraction and immune system and is often lacking in our diet. Exposure to sunlight specifically Ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation has shown to increase levels of vitamin D.   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3491578/

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  •   Virtual Reality (VR)Therapy



Use of Virtual reality may assist in neurorehab, improve balance issues, decrease pain and anxiety.  

VR Headset
  •  Compression Therapy

The lymphatic system aids in transportation of fluid and provides  immune defense for the body. Pneumatic Compression Therapy facilitates movement of lymph fluids to assist in circulation which promotes healing of the body. 

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