A variety of tools and services are used in the rehabilitation process in order to allow and encourage the body to move in its fullest potential
Movement is necessary for life and therefore exercise is a keystone of rehabilitation. Each program is designed specifically for the patient’s needs and stage of recovery.
Manual Therapy and Soft Tissue Release
Hands on treatments including mobilizations and manipulations as well as soft tissue release can be beneficial in improving quality of movement and range of motion.
Proper posture and body positioning in both daily life activities and in sport is important in creating a solid base for movement and in preventing further injury from occurring.
Pre- and Postoperative
Preparation for surgery through strengthening and mobilization as well as post surgical strengthening, range of motion, postural and gait training
Pre- and Postnatal
Core and pelvic floor engagement as well as postural and overall stability training for women leading up to or just after giving birth.
Online assessments and consultations, group or individual classes, original presentations and trainings are all available upon request.