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Rehabilitative Services 

Our Physical Therapists are highly trained health care professionals, that create personal treatment plans to meet the patient's healthcare and post-operative rehabilitation needs. Our rehabilitation services keep patients moving forward, so they can return to day-to-day work and recreational activities and remain at their optimal health without further risk of injury. 

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Pre and Postsurgical

We can treat many issues before surgery is required.  Our therapists will do a thorough evaluation and determine what is necessary to get you back to normal activities.  A thorough postoperative assessment is essential.   Muscle weakness and scar tissue result too often due to a delay in rehabilitation program. If surgery is required, you should discuss when it is appropriate to start rehab with your physician.  Once your doctor releases you, we can begin a program immediately.

Our therapist have gone through extensive study of orthopedic procedures from prosthesis to repair. Through open communication with you and your physician, we will tailor a program that is suited for your needs and the specific orthopedic procedure that you are planning to have completed. 

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Our vestibular rehabilitation program offers relief of dizzy symptoms, including positional vertigo (BPPV), gait instability, and motion sensitivity. 


Treatment options include: 

  • Canal Repositioning Maneuvers (Epley) 

  • Habituation Exercises 

  • Instructions in Compensatory Techniques

  • Instruction in home modifications 

  • Exercises to improve balance

Temporomandibular Disorder (TMD)

TMD is an acute or chronic inflammatory condition of the temporomandibular joint. The disorder and resultant dysfunction can result in pain and impairment. 


Symptoms of TMD include

  • Bitting or chewing difficulty or discomfort 

  • Clicking, grating, or popping sound when opening or closing the mouth

  • Dull, aching pain in the face 

  • Earache

  • Headache

  • Neck and shoulder pain 

  • Reduced ability to open or close the mouth



Pilates is a method of exercise that consists of low-impact flexibility and muscular strength and endurance movements. Pilates emphasizes proper postural alignment, core strength and muscle balance. Pilates is named for its creator, Joseph Pilates, who developed the exercises in the 1920s.


Practitioner Assisted Stretching

Assisted stretching can increase your mobility more than you can achieve on your own.  The benefits range from improved sport performance and recovery, increased flexibility for ease of daily activity, reduced muscle and joint pain.

If you feel your mobility limitations affect your daily activity you may qualify for a PT evaluation covered by insurance. 

Stretching is beneficial if performed consistently, therefore the care plan for Practitioner Assisted Stretching is recommended 1-2 times per week. You will also be provided with written instructions on stretches you can you on your own. 

Private Pilates

Pilates taught by a licensed Physical Therapy can be covered by you insurance. Call us for more information. 303-954-9889

Yoga Stretch

Private Pay Physical Therapy 

First Session/ Evaluation: $95

Subsequent sessions: $85 

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