Clients will receive between 50 minutes to an hour of one-on-one time for each session. Treatment will include various forms of manual therapy and body work. Therapeutic exercises will range from top physical therapy exercises on and off the mat to using pilates equipment to meet his/her rehabilitation needs. Each client will be addressed and treated patiently to avoid injury that can occur in a “rushed” physical therapy session. Healthcare has changed a lot over the years and so has the therapeutic experience in most physical therapy centers. Here, you will be given the time you need to insure that you are receiving the care that you deserve.
One’s physical, emotional and spiritual health are addressed during sessions, allowing healing on multi-levels to occur. The client begins to feel hopeful and recognizes his/her potential. I aim to target the root cause of dysfunction by looking deeper and by utilizing various skills and modalities to help each individual. Along the healing journey, clients start to feel more alive and becomes an active player in his/her recovery.
Home Care Services Available
For any orthopedic or neurological condition including, manual therapy, soft tissue mobilization, muscle energy technique, myofascial release, therapeutic massage/deep tissue mobilization, therapeutic exercise, neuromuscular reeducation, and PNF. LEARN MORE...
Cranial Sacral Therapy:
Cranial sacral therapy is a gentle hands-on form of body works that works on releasing compression of the bones of the cranium, sacrum and spine which allows cerebral spinal ﬂuid to ﬂow more easily. Cerebral spinal ﬂuid is the liquid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord and when the ﬂow of this ﬂuid gets blocked and is unable to pump in its natural state, the body is likely to be in a compromised state of health. The goal of cranial sacral therapy is to release these blockages . LEARN MORE...
Physical Therapists are starting to use pilates equipment because it is great for core strengthening, posture and rehabilitation. Is there an advantage of doing pilates training with a Physical Therapist who has pilates certiﬁcation versus a pilates instructor who is not a PT? Yes, when dealing with injury or post surgical rehabilitation, PT’s are trained to look at the body with a different eye to prevent injury and promote ﬂexibility where needed. Depending on the person’s injury and diagnosis, certain movements may be contraindicated and can exacerbate symptoms or cause further injury. When dealing with issues of pain, post surgery, osteoporosis, inﬂammatory conditions etc., pilates can be a great tool for rehabilitation if done carefully and with the knowledge and intuition of an experienced physical therapist. Benefits of Pilates include; improved posture, strengthening of the deep core muscles, ﬂattens the abdominals, increases energy and ﬂexibility. It can be adapted to all levels of ﬁtness promotes better sleep, can help with weight loss and increases awareness of the mind body connection. Rehabilitation with Pilates can help with, back pain, muscle pain and spasm, neck pain, shoulder impingement, post orthopedic surgery, osteoporosis, Parkinson’s, MS, CVA, and scoliosis. LEARN MORE...
Post orthopedic surgery and spinal surgeries
Neurological disorders such as MS, CVA, PD and balance disorders
Low back pain, sciatica, spinal stenosis, herniated discs chronic pain syndrome, ﬁbromyalgia
TMJ- temporal mandibular joint dysfunction
Drop foot, sacroiliac dysfunction
and much more…….
Home Care Services
Visualization/Guided Imagery for Healing
I am a Medicare provider and an out of network provider for physical therapy for most insurances plans. Being an out of network provider allows you as the patients to receive the one on one care you deserve so that you can improve quickly. My treatment sessions last between 45-60 minutes depending on your condition and what is needed. I also accept self pay for patients who do not have out of network insurance benefits.