Whether you’re recovering from an injury or treating chronic pain, tightness or weakness, success means more than just getting back to where you were. Our Physical Therapists are movement specialists who will work one-on-one with you to create a personalized plan to eliminate pain, tightness, and weakness, increase your mobility, unlock your body’s full movement potential, and protect you against future injuries. Depending on your needs and goals, your sessions can include therapeutic exercises, massage, Pilates, dry needling, cupping, and a review of what you can do at home between sessions to keep your progress on track.
Move past pain and reach your goals
Services and Specialties
Orthopedics is a type of medicine specializing in the musculoskeletal system and injuries to ligaments, tendons, muscles and bones.
Professional physical therapy can provide a smoother path to recovery and wellness before and after surgery.
Pelvic floor dysfunction can result from impaired relaxation and coordination of pelvic floor and abdominal muscles.
Concussions are often the result of a direct blow or trauma to the head, but can also occur through whiplash injuries caused by a sudden acceleration and deceleration of the head.
Temporomandibular disorder or dysfunction (TMD) refers to any problem affecting normal use of or causing pain to the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), more commonly known as the jaw.
The vestibular system is a complex neurological network combining both the central nervous system and the peripheral vestibular system within our inner ear to help us maintain balance and process movement and the position of our body in space.
Work Conditioning is a physical therapy care plan specifically designed to help people who are injured on the job heal from their injuries and return to work with the flexibility, strength, endurance and knowledge needed to work safely and avoid future injuries.
Dry Needling, or trigger point dry needling, is a treatment that involves inserting very small, thin needles (the same size as those used in acupuncture) into tight, restricted muscles with the goal of reducing muscle pain and dysfunction.
Cupping is a modern version of a traditional medicine practice that uses negative pressure (a vacuum) to help stimulate the body’s natural healing process, release muscle tightness and improve blood flow.
Pilates as a form of exercise emphasizes posture, flexibility, coordination and strength, with an increased awareness of breathing patterns.
Viverant Physical Therapists
Our professional Physical Therapists (PTs) are all licensed, experienced professionals with thousands of hours of patient care, education, and training. They’re familiar with a wide range of evidence-based therapeutic techniques and treatments, including general orthopedics, pre- and post-operative care, pelvic health, concussion rehabilitation, temporal mandibular dysfunction, and more.