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Conditions & Treatments


Spine Pain- back, neck, sacroiliac joint pain


Joint Pain- hips, knees, ankles, shoulders, elbows


Pelvic Floor Dysfunction- pregnancy/postpartum, menopause, urological and gynecological procedures


Running/Sports Injuries - hip & groin pain, recurrent hamstring strains, IT band syndrome, plantar fasciitis


Pre/post Surgery - including lumbar, cervical, joint replacement, amputation


Neurological Conditions- spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, stroke


Gait & Balance Dysfunction- frequent falls or instability, difficulty walking after surgery

Start Healing Now

With DPT direct access, there's no need to get a referral or visit a primary care physician first.  Call and start your treatment process today!

Doctor Holding Patient's Hand


Evaluating symptoms and medical history is a crucial step of any rehabilitation plan​. Pairing a thorough assessment of posture, breathing, strength, and mobility with your goals is the best recipe to help you get back to your best self. 



Stands for Neuro-bio-electric-stimulator.  This innovative technology gets results 30%-70% faster than traditional therapy by reactivating muscles and reprogramming the neuromuscular system.  

Cupping Treatment


Myofascial connective tissue that is bound down or stuck can respond well to lifting/separating techniques with dynamic cupping or increasing blood /lymphatic flow with static cupping. 

Child Physiotherapy


Dynamic taping can be an excellent way to train the body.  It can offload and support strained tissue while training muscles for improved movement patterns.

Anatomical Model


Understanding the WHY behind your pain and limitations is a vital step in healing and sustainable recovery.  Education on the physiology and tools for continued success directs current rehab programs and prevents future issues.


Dry Needling

A treatment using fine needle insertion into myofascial trigger points, muscles, ligaments or near nerves in order to stimulate a healing response to pain conditions.  Dry needling can be added to large variety of  treatment plans


Therapeutic Exercise

Movement is medicine.  Understanding the RIGHT movement for your body is where therapy comes in, sticking to the plan and seeing results is where you come in!


Manual Therapy

Hands-on techniques such as joint mobilization and soft tissue release can help improve range of motion for better function.

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