Clients we love to see:
Everyone! Especially welcoming to those who have tried therapy elsewhere with little to no improvement in quality of life or pain. Contact us to schedule a free 10-15 minute phone consultation to see if we are a right fit for you to learn to thrive.
Specializing in treating:
-Sacroiliac joint dysfunction (common symptoms include low back pain, sciatica, piriformis pain, IT band pain, hamstring pain, glute pain, hip pain)
-Cervical/ neck pain
-Lack range of motion or power limiting athletic performance in dancing, gymnastics, ice skating, swimming, or any sport involving running, kicking, throwing, hitting or lifting
-Recreational and professional level athletes
-Parents who just want to chase after or play with their kids without pain
-Myofascial pain syndrome
-Unresolved or recurring tendonitis or bursitis (symptoms of plantar fasciitis, patellar tendonitis, Achilles tendonitis, medial/lateral epicondylitis referred to as golfer’s/tennis elbow)
-TMJ/ jaw pain
-Clients wanting a Pilates based exercise program
-Those seeking generalized maintenance/ postural “tune ups”
-Clients seeking preventative care
-Clients wanting to improve or maintain their functional mobility and activities of daily living including those living with neurological conditions affecting balance, strength and coordination.
-Clients who may have been labeled as "plateaued" or whom may have been discharged from their other physical therapy provider after receiving treatment for their neurological or orthopedic conditions such as a stroke, Parkinson's disease or total joint replacements such as a total knee replacement or total hip replacement but whom want to continue to improve their strength, balance, coordination, range of motion and/or to possibly decrease pain associated with their conditions.
Maintenance Physical Therapy:
Free your future thru physical therapy body maintenance “tune ups”, maintenance physical therapy exercise programs, and/or personal Pilates reformer training provided by your Balance Body trained Pilates instructor. Once your acute or chronic injury or dysfunction is stable, you have the option of scheduling maintenance visit sessions which may include any of our manual therapy techniques, modalities, or exercises as determined by your therapist to help you continue to live your best life, move with freedom and continue to thrive in everything that you enjoy, and to “tune up” any problems that may have arisen since your last session. Any treatment occurring within 60 days from your last session for the same issue is covered under your current plan of care and will not require a new evaluation with a new evaluation fee. If an acute dysfunction for something not originally in your plan of care has occurred, a new evaluation may be warranted as required by our state practice act. Many clients find that scheduling a maintenance visit once every 30 days and having it set on their calendar for accountability is a proactive way to continue feeling great, prevent getting injured, and to quickly correct any issues before the acute tissue injury becomes chronic if they did something that caused a “tweak” to their body. One would not choose to drive their car if their tires were out of alignment as they know it would cause wear and tear on their car. The same is true for our bodies- if our pelvis is “out of alignment” it may cause wear and tear on our joints and discs, overuse injuries including tendonitis and plantar fasciitis, impingement syndromes and potential tears in our muscles, tendons and ligaments. If we have poor posture and tight spines we can wear and tear down our shoulders and cervical spine leading to impingements, tears, nerve inflammation, entrapments, disc issues, and headaches. Furthermore, we cannot reach our fullest strength potential when we have muscles that are tight and bound down. Maintenance physical therapy is a great way to stay on top of your game by keeping your body working efficiently allowing you to thrive.