What We Treat
Our staff has experience and specialty interests in treating a wide variety of diagnosis. Due to the extensive and diverse expertise of our staff, it is not possible to list all of the diagnosis we treat. However, here are some of the common specialty areas we service. Choose a specialty category for a more specific list of conditions that we treat.
Orthopedic Conditions: These are conditions affecting the muscles, ligaments, bones and soft tissues like cartilage.
Neurological Conditions: This includes conditions affecting, the brain, spinal cord, nerves, and balance.
Pediatric Conditions: This can include developmental delay, growth problems, orthopedic injuries and persistent pain disorders.
Senior Care: Therapy aimed at maintaining independence for seniors to help them thrive in their golden years.
Sports Therapy: Athletes have unique physical demands depending on their sport which requires added expertise.
Telehealth & Concierge Services: If you are unable to come to our office, we offer alternative options for you to receive services.
Wellness Services: If you are looking to improve or maintain your health, we offer a variety of services to meet those needs. We also offer programs for injury and disease prevention.
Chronic Pain Conditions: Living with persistent pain of any kind can be frustrating and exhausting. Physical therapy seeks to help patients to better manage their pain and get back to doing the things they love.
Dizziness Services: This can include vestibular problems like vertigo or BPPV, as well as concussion and other conditions that can cause dizziness.
Ehlers Danlos: EDS and HSD are complex connective tissue disorders with a wide range of symptoms.
Gastrointestinal Disorders: This includes visceral mobilization of structures like the esophagus, stomach, and intestines.
Long Covid Recovery: The after affects of COVID-19 have caused a wide variety of challenging symptoms for patients. Many of these symptoms can be improved in physical therapy.
Pelvic Floor Conditions: This includes diagnosis related to bowel, bladder, and sexual function as well as pregnancy and fertility related issues.
POTS Services: Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome can be difficult to manage due to it's effects on multiple body systems. Physical therapists are ideal healthcare providers to treat this condition and empower patients to live full and healthy lives with POTS.