Physical therapy includes evaluating and treating musculoskeletal and movement disorders. Physical therapy can help if you have difficulty walking, standing up, getting in and out of the bed, shower, or car, poor balance, frequent falls, post-surgical rehabilitation, if you get short of breath easily, have difficulty completing your daily tasks, or have joint pain.

Physical Therapy


Personal training visits include strength training, endurance training, flexibility/stretching, overall fitness improvements, and promoting an active lifestyle. We have packages to fit all needs! Our personal training is provided by a Physical Therapist Assistant who is well-versed in injury prevention and rehabilitation.

Personal Training


Dry needling is a form of therapy in which fine needles are inserted into myofascial trigger points (painful knots in muscles), tendons, ligaments, or near nerves in order to stimulate a healing response in painful musculoskeletal conditions. This helps us remove the muscle knot from the inside.

Dry Needling


During our massage visits, our therapist targets problematic muscle tissues and helps release tension and increase relaxation. Your massage is customized to you - you choose the area and the pressure you prefer. Adding cupping or hot stones to your massage can enhance your experience and increase relaxation.

Massage Therapy


Balance screening and fall prevention are essential in home safety today. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 1 in 4 people over age 65 fall each year. Help lower your fall and injury risk by participating in fall and injury prevention training.

Balance & Fall Prevention


Home safety evaluations include assessing your current environment and making recommendations for necessary equipment or adjustments to make your life easier and safer. Home safety evaluations can also help you be better prepared to return to your own environment after having surgery.

Home Safety Evaluations