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Therapy Services

Our PCMH physical and occupational therapists treat a variety of ailments and conditions. They work as a team and treat patients at all stages of life—pediatric through geriatric. They create a comprehensive plan to help you feel and function better. 

Physical Therapy

Our skilled physical therapists help patients of all ages overcome challenges to return to normal function, whether at home, the workplace, school or athletic competition.

Physical therapists design custom treatment plans to improve range of motion, muscle weakness, gait and balance, aerobic capacity and endurance, orthopedic issues, and more.

Some specialties and treatments include:

Sports Medicine

Personalized return-to-sport strengthening and conditioning programs for athletes of all levels


Pelvic Health
Evaluation and treatment for pelvic muscle dysfunction including pain and incontinence


Certified Spine Manual Therapy

Up-to-date, evidence-based evaluation, reasoning and treatment skills related to spinal disorders. Hands-on techniques to help improve motion and decreasing pain in the spine.



Personalized treatment to decrease symptoms related to dizziness/vertigo as well as strategies to decrease fall risks


Graston Technique

Instrument-assisted soft tissue treatment used to reduce pain and restore functional movement.



Custom built shoe inserts to alleviate foot pain as well as assist in proper alignment of the knees and hips.



A taping technique used to inhibit a muscle to reduce pain or facilitate a muscle to increase function.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy helps people of all ages lead independent and productive lives. "Occupations" are daily activities, which range from getting dressed to completing work tasks. Our therapists help people gain or regain these skills.

Who Benefits from Occupational Therapy?

Occupational therapists help patients who have sustained injuries, including injuries from stroke. Occupational therapists help children and adults with physical, developmental and social disabilities, and they help older adults experiencing physical and cognitive changes.

Patients receive an individualized mix of the following services.

  • Individualized evaluations, with time for patients and their families to help determine treatment goals
  • Customized treatment programs to improve the patient's ability to perform daily activities
  • Comprehensive home and job site evaluations, with recommendations on how to make environments better suited to the patient's abilities
  • Recommendations and training in the use of adaptive equipment to replace loss of function
  • Instruction for your family members and attendants in safe and effective care
  • Outcome evaluations that ensure goals are being met