You’re in good hands when a talented therapist rolls up his or her sleeves and uses all the tricks of the trade—that’s when the magic happens. And we’re passionate about that kind of hands-on approach.
Patients receive:

  • Thorough, careful evaluation
  • Comprehensive treatment program
  • Home exercise program
  • Resources to help prevent further injury


Orthopedic rehabilitation focuses on problems of the musculoskeletal system: your body’s muscles, bones, ligaments, and tendons. Our highly skilled therapists specialize in therapy using the most advanced and appropriate techniques to help your body heal and restore function.


People with a diagnosed neurological condition such as Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis or ALS (Lou Gherig’s disease) require specialized rehabilitation.

We create and carry out the best course of treatment for people with these conditions. The patient and therapist goal is to remain as functional as possible for as long as possible. Understanding the importance of exercise in the course of your disease will help you have control over your symptoms and allow you to stay strong and to function independently. There is a vast amount of evidence that indicates the positive impact of physical therapy and exercise on delaying the progression of certain diseases.

Cancer Rehabilitation

Whether you are newly diagnosed with cancer or finished with cancer treatment, physical therapy can greatly improve the symptoms brought on by the condition and/or its treatments. Our compassionate, trained physical therapists will gently guide you through an individualized program designed to improve your overall well being, alleviate pain and fatigue associated with chemo and radiation and allow you to have control over your symptoms.

Education is provided regarding safety with mobility, modifications needed to remain independent while undergoing treatment and importance of remaining active, even at a minimal level.

Amputee Rehabilitation

An amputation is a traumatic event. Each individual who undergoes an amputation has her own timeline for recovery. It is important to begin seeing a physical therapist experienced in amputee rehabilitation as soon as possible to achieve maximum function.

Work-Related Injury or Workers’ Compensation Rehabilitation

Many on-the-job injuries require physical therapy to achieve a full recovery, including neck, back, foot, ankle, knee, shoulder, and elbow injuries. We focus on rehabilitating you so you can get back to work as soon as possible.

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