Every therapist is trained to manage rehabilitation for all orthopedic injuries and conditions.
PT: Licensed Physical Therapist
MPT: Master’s degree in physical therapy
DPT: Doctoral degree in physical therapy
ATC: Certified Athletic Trainer
CSCS: Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
OCS: Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (APTA Board Certified) SCS: Sports Clinical Specialist (APTA Board Certified)
PTA: Physical Therapy Assistant
Our physical therapists and athletic trainers evaluate and treat patients who have functional limitations related to injury or disease. They work with you on a one-to-one basis to educate you on your injury, analyze your functional abilities, and provide the most effective treatment. Before creating a treatment plan, our therapists fully assess any limitations you may have in strength or mobility.
Aquatic Therapy Utilizes water’s natural therapeutic properties: buoyancy, resistance, and warmth, to create a gentler environment for exercise.
Cycling Program Designed to assist recreational and competitive cyclists in managing their current injuries and prevent future injuries.
Pilates Program Utilizes specific Pilates exercises designed to improve physical strength, flexibility, posture and enhance movement awareness.
Return to Throwing Program A comprehensive program, including collaboration with a physical therapist/athletic trainer team and a biomechanical video analysis of your throwing motion to help recover from throwing injuries.
Running Program Designed to assist all runners in managing their past and current injuries through team collaboration and video analysis.
Spine and Pain Program Utilizes manual therapy techniques, exercise, and therapeutic neuroscience education to improve acute and chronic conditions.
Sport Concussion Program An individualized, multidisciplinary concussion care program for athletes with an emphasis on safe return to sport.
TRIA L.E.A.P. A six-week training program designed to teach athletes to control their lower extremities using proper technique and form while performing high level activities after sustaining an injury.
Return to Soccer Program Designed to assist all soccer players in managing their current injuries by incorporating soccer specific training with agility, strength and speed into your rehabilitation program
Fall Prevention and Balance Program A service to help adults over 65 years of age by preventing falls and to improve the fear of falling through balance and exercise training
Additionally, we have providers who offer services specifically tailored for other sports medicine areas including hockey, yoga, basketball, golf, swimmer, soccer, skiing/snowboarding and volleyball.