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Performance Physical Therapy

Our team can help you get out of pain, back to life, and enhance your performance.

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Our treatment approach is individualized for your exact pain, injury, deficits, and goals.

We emphasize a hands-on approach that includes a thorough biomechanical assessment of how the body moves and functions to determine what specific muscle imbalances and movement impairments may be leading to dysfunction or limiting your performance.

 

Whether coming off of a surgery, dealing with a sports injury, or old nagging aches and pains, our goal is to determine and fix the cause of your injury.

We are trained in many of the latest assessment, treatment, and manual therapy techniques, including:

  • Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFR)

  • Tooling/Scraping Techniques (IASTM)

  • Active Release Technique (ART)

  • Static and Massage Cupping

  • Trigger Point Dry Needling

  • Dry Needling with Electrical Stimulation

  • Muscle energy techniques

  • Active isolated stretching

  • Joint mobilization and spinal manipulation

  • Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)

  • Kinesiotaping

ELITE LEVEL PHYSICAL THERAPY

Our team excels at helping you feel and perform at your best

PERFORMANCE BASED THERAPY

We focus on optimizing how well you move and perform, not just your injury

INDIVIDUALIZED ATTENTION TO DETAIL

Our individualized approach gives you the hands on time you need without being rush or overcrowded

INTEGRATED THERAPY AND FITNESS

Our team provides an entire approach to health, fitness, and performance that assures you get the care you need

We work with anyone looking to get the most out of their bodies.  Our clients range from high school athletes, to weekend warriors, to those just looking to getting back to doing their daily activities without pain.

How Can We Help You?

RETURN FROM AN INJURY OR AFTER SURGERY.

Return from injury or surgery, restore function, and get back to your past activities even better than you were before. We’ll help you have less pain, but also address the underlying causes of your injury to prevent it from occurring again.

By providing 1 on 1 care, we're able to give you the time you deserve in order to achieve the best outcome.

Most Common Post-Surgical Patients

  • Knee

    • ACL Repair​

    • Meniscus Repair

    • Knee Scopes

    • Total Knee Replacements

    • Other Ligament and Joint Repairs

  • Shoulder

    • Rotator Cuff Repair​

    • Decompression

    • SLAP Repair (Labrum)

    • Biceps Tendon Surgeries

    • Shoulder Replacement

  • Hip

    • Hip Replacements​

    • Labrum Repair

    • Hip Scopes for arthritis/FAI

  • Neck/Back

    • Fusions​

    • Discectomies

    • Arthritis Removal

  • Elbow

    • Tommy John​

    • Triceps Tendon Surgeries

    • Tendon Repair

  • Ankle

    • Ligement Reconstruction​

    • Achilles Tendon Repairs

    • Arthritis Removal

    • Tarsal Tunnel Surgery

FAQ

DO I NEED TO SEE MY DOCTOR BEFORE STARTING PHYSICAL THERAPY?

  • No.  You are allowed to see a physical therapist without a referral from a doctor.  You can just call and make an appointment with us. Many times this saves time and money, and helps you feel better faster.  We will recommend you see a physician at times as needed.  If you have seen your doctor already, you can bring in the prescription they have given you for physical therapy. 

DO YOU ACCEPT MY INSURANCE?

  • We are currently an out of network provider, meaning we do not directly accept insurance.  However, you can call your insurance company and ask them “what are my out of network physical therapy benefits?”  It’s usually a quick call to the number on the back of your card.  Many times they may reimburse you for all or some of your PT services, especially if you have a PPO (instead of an HMO).  We’ll give you all the information you need to get reimbursed. WE ARE CURRENTLY WORKING ON BEING IN NETWORK WITH ALL MAJOR INSURANCES.

Will I have to stop participating in my sport/exercise while getting treatment?

  • Not if we can help it. Occasionally, some degree of rest is needed. However, it's often possible to continue your sport or exercise to at least some degree while we are treating your injury. There are certainly a lot of factors that go in to this. But, ideally we would like to have you continue with as much as possible while making progress with therapy. After all, nobody wants to completely stop doing what they love.