Services to Meet Your Needs

Comprehensive Spine Care

In our comprehensive approach to back pain, we teach you proper body mechanics, stabilization exercises and self treatment techniques to supplement the hands on treatment you will receive at our clinic. With our total back fitness plan we can address your unique needs, stabilizing your spine and strengthening your core, whether you are recovering from back and/or spinal surgery or if you simply experience pain from sitting for a long time at work.

Total Hip and Knee Rehabilitation

Total hip replacements and total knee replacements are among the most commonly performed surgical procedures and physical therapy rehabilitation is standard and essential treatment. We work with you to maximize your movement and capabilities and minimize complications. Our physical therapy rehabilitation routine has 4 components: strengthen primary, secondary, and supporting musculature, normalize range of motion, maximize function and minimize post surgical pain.

Sports Performance and Strength Conditioning Training

Overall strength and flexibility personal training is available for non-injured individuals and patients who have completed their physical therapy. We analyze posture and muscle length to develop a sport-specific and customized exercise program. The In Motion therapist will perform an analysis for all motions and any sports, including (but not limited to!) running, golf, tennis, ballet, baseball, basketball, cycling, rowing or what ever else it is that fires your passion!

Home Exercise Programs

From day one, we teach you a customized home exercise program. Whether you have strength deficits or decreased mobility in an muscle or joint, we will design a program that will decrease pain and removing movement dysfunction. Our goal is to empower you to manage your injury and continue to improve your health after treatment is complete!

Video Gait Analysis

We analyze your walking or running gait to help identify inefficient biomechanics and asymmetrical movement patterns that lead to pain. By finding biomechanical faults, we can help treat an injury, prevent future injuries and help you move more efficiently.

Manual Therapy Techniques

We use manual therapy techniques such as soft tissue massage, myofascial release, stretching, and joint stretching to alleviate your pain and balance asymmetries in your body. Along with removing these restrictions, manual therapy will promote relaxation, improve flexibility, strengthen tissue, and help improve movement patterns.

  • SOFT TISSUE MOBILIZATION is a manual technique performed to break up any adhesions that are causing restrictions in the body. These adhesions can consist of fibrous tissue (scar tissue), inelastic tissue, tissue fluids or any other tissue that is misaligned. The goal of this treatment is to realign the tissue and remove restrictions.
  • MYOFASCIAL RELEASE TECHNIQUE is a highly effective manual technique that focuses on applying pressure to myofascial restrictions in order to restore efficient movement patterns and decrease pain.
  • JOINT STRETCHING TECHNIQUES are based on the theory of reciprocal inhibition: the muscles on one side of a joint will relax when the muscles on the other side of the joint contract. This is done through application of manual pressure by the physical therapist. It can be used to increase range of motion, lengthen muscles in spasm or shortened and strengthen muscles


Depending on your stage of injury, modalities such as ultrasound, iontophoresis, electrical stimulation, hot and cold packs, and traction are used to alleviate symptoms and speed recovery.

  • ELECTRICAL STIMULATION uses electrical current to stimulate nerves and muscles, reduce pain and swelling, increase blood flow, prevent scar tissue, and help wound healing.
  • ULTRASOUND waves pass through the skin to cause a vibration of the local tissues. Ultrasound can relax tissue, break down scar tissue, promote blood flow, and relieve pain and/or inflammation. It may also be used to heat a muscles prior to treatment or exercise.

Pilates Based Rehabilitation

In order to maximize your rehabilitation, we utilize a variety of mat exercises and pilates equipment to develop core strength and body symmetry.



In-Network vs. Out of Network Benefits

“In-Network” physical therapy providers typically use a managed care model, where the licensed therapist will treat you for 15 to 20 minutes, and a non-licensed physical therapy aide supervises the remainder of your appointment. You are billed for the time spent and modalities performed regardless of whether they are performed by a fully trained, experienced and licensed therapist.

What does this mean to you and your recovery?

You will have an advantage over most other patients who are limited to the traditional managed care “In Network” programs. Your rehab and recovery can in most cases be managed with fewer appointments as your treatment plan is completely customized to your needs, and therefore, more can be done during your appointments.

Out of Network Options

In-Network and Out of Network plans usually have deductibles, which must be met before your plan pays for services. The deductible is amount you must pay out of pocket. Please check with your health plan to determine what this amount is, and what you have met to date. Also check what percentage of billed charges are covered for outpatient physical therapy. Deductibles must be met once per year, and not always by the calendar year. Again, please check with your insurance for your plan details; each plan is unique.