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When you come in, we will do a full evaluation, describe to you what is happening and why. Together, we will come up with an individual treatment plan and start working toward that plan during that first visit. The 3 tools we use most are manual therapy, specific movements, or exercise strategies to change the movement patterns that caused the problem; and real education about what you can change to stack the deck in your favor. Occasionally there are findings that require further referral for imaging or consultation with other providers. We will know within the first several visits if that is the path you need to take and work as a team to provide you the best care possible.

We know questions and confusion can come up after your appointments. We will give you our individual email addresses and encourage you to reach out to us between your scheduled appointments to answer any questions and clarify treatment plan directions.

For those experiencing difficulties coming into our office, we offer Telehealth visits. To learn more about this and whether your situation is suitable for a video visit, click the link below.

Treatment Pocess


Chest Cavity

Pain Science Education
We help you understand why you have pain and what your pain is trying to tell you.

Nervous System Balance
We help you understand your nervous system state, i.e. fight/flight vs. relaxation, and how you can use this balance to help you control pain and heal.

Activity Modification
We help you understand how certain activities and life style behaviors have impacted your body and how to adjust your movement to help you find comfort.


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Goal Setting
We will look at where you are and where you want to be, composing a plan to accomplish the goals you have for your treatment.

We will help you with adjusting your needs for modifications at work, school and sports.

We can discuss your current work station and body mechanics, making adjustments to your spaces and behaviors to decrease pain and increase efficiency at your job.


Physical therapy on leg

Osteopathic Techniques:

  • Cranial Mobilization

  • Neural Mobilization

  • Muscle Energy Techniques

  • Manipulation


Soft Tissue Mobilization:

  • Myofascial Release

  • Trigger Point Therapy

  • Strain Counter Strain Technique

  • Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization


Exercising at Home

We emphasize mobility at the joint, muscle, and total body level. Exercises provided will look to increase mobility for functional and efficient movement.

Strength and Stabilization
Strength and stabilization are necessary for activities of daily living, as well as participation in work and play. We can use  a combination of weights, bars, bands and body weight to meet these goals. Getting stronger can not only help you heal from injury but can help you prevent injuries as well.

Proprioception and Balance
Knowing where your body is in space is integral to movement and function. This can be to help prevent falls, coordinate multi-directional motion, control force and speed of movement.

Knowing if you are moving or something else is moving around you is key to daily activities. This type of exercise is common to recover from vertigo, can help you prevent falls and will work with your eyes to keep you looking at what you want to see.

Neuromotor Control
Neuromotor control is essential in optimizing your ability to move and manipulate objects including your own limbs. Rehabilitating neuromotor control can be necessary after surgery or immobilization, but it is also one of the keys to high level sports performance.

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