Through Physical Therapy, we focus on optimizing physical function, mobility, and quality of life. This involves the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of individuals with injuries, illnesses, or disabilities through targeted exercises, manual techniques, and therapeutic modalities. Each session is personalized and specific to the individual needs with one-to-one direct private sessions. Vastly different from typical offices, in which numerous patients are seen together with limited observation and communication.
- Shockwave, Laser, Electrical Stimulus, and Hot/Cold Therapies
- Instrument Assist Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)
- Postural and Other Corrective Training
- Instructive Stretching Techniques
- Recovery Programs and Therapies
- & more
We are a private physical medicine office where a patient's individualized needs come first with customized treatment across multiple disciplines generating far superior outcomes.
We are an out-of-network facility and practice free of the limitations set by joining a healthcare network.
We offer the best and most modern approaches to physical therapy and chiropractic. Our physical therapy is always one-on-one direct care with one patient seen per hour.
We practice chiropractic almost exclusively with the Cox technique which is a very gentle low-force method. This technique requires specialized equipment and certification making it a coveted option. The entire State of Florida has less than 40 Chiropractics certified in this technique, and it has been proven safe and effective through many studies including several funded by the National Institute of Health.
Proven to be a highly effective treatment, shockwave therapy involves sending high pressure pulses into target areas of the body to break up scar tissue and adhesions, as well as increasing circulation. Shockwave has been shown to accelerate the healing process and aid in pain relief for a multitude of conditions from shoulder pain to sciatica.
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Meet the Team
Chiropractic, Functional Medicine
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Physical Therapist Assistant