in-home Physical Therapy Services

Orthopedic Care- Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist

Orthopedic Therapy is a form of physical therapy that aims to improve weakened or injured components within the musculoskeletal system through non-invasive treatments such as exercise and stretching. This type of therapy works with all of the bones, joints, tendons, ligaments, and muscles throughout the body. Commonly used in sports medicine to improve recovery, orthopedic physical therapy is an important part of post-surgery rehabilitation. Orthopedic therapy also helps ease symptoms of chronic joint or bone ailments such as arthritis. 

 Neurological Care- Board Certified Neurological Specialist 

Conditions affecting the nervous system can profoundly impact bodily functions, turning everyday activities into challenging tasks and jeopardizing personal independence. The nervous system is integral to muscle control, joint movement, balance, and coordination. However, it’s crucial to recognize that appropriate therapeutic interventions can significantly enhance functional abilities, alleviate pain, and improve balance, contributing to safer mobility. The onset of a neurological disorder, or events like strokes or spinal cord injuries, can be daunting. Yet, our team of physical therapists is here to support you through the recovery process and assist in adjusting to a new way of life, ensuring that you receive the highest standard of care. 

Dry Needling Services

Dry needling is a physical therapy technique used to treat musculoskeletal pain and movement issues. It involves inserting thin needles into myofascial trigger points—knotted, tender areas within the muscles. The process aims to relieve pain, improve range of motion, and aid in muscle recovery by stimulating the muscles to contract or twitch, which can reduce tightness and increase blood flow.

Vestibular Rehabilitation


Vestibular Rehabilitation (VR) is a specialized form of physical therapy designed to alleviate symptoms caused by vestibular disorders, such as dizziness, vertigo, and balance issues. The therapy involves exercises that help patients manage these symptoms by promoting the brain’s ability to rely on other senses to compensate for the vestibular system’s deficiencies. VR is particularly beneficial for conditions like Ménière’s disease, labyrinthitis, and benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), and it can significantly improve a patient’s quality of life by reducing the risk of falls and improving balance.

Concussion Rehabilitation

Concussion rehabilitation is a critical component of recovery for individuals who have experienced a concussion. This form of therapy is tailored to address the unique symptoms and challenges that arise from this type of brain injury. The goal is to restore normal function through a personalized treatment plan that may include balance training, vestibular therapy, and cognitive exercises. Physical therapists play a vital role in guiding patients through their recovery journey, ensuring a safe return to daily activities and sports. With a focus on education and evidence-based interventions, concussion rehabilitation helps patients regain their quality of life and minimize the risk of long-term effects.

Manual Manipulation

Manual Manipulation, also known as Manual Therapy, is a cornerstone of physical therapy that involves skilled hand movements to manipulate the muscles and joints of the body. This technique aims to improve tissue extensibility, increase range of motion, induce relaxation, and manage pain. It encompasses a variety of methods, including mobilization and manipulation, to treat musculoskeletal pain and disability. 


Bracing in physical therapy is a supportive treatment that involves the use of braces or splints to stabilize, protect, and correct anatomical structures. It is commonly used for conditions like scoliosis, where it helps to prevent the progression of spinal curvature and alleviate pain. Bracing can also aid in recovery from acute injuries by immobilizing the affected area, allowing for proper healing while minimizing pain and discomfort. Additionally, it can be used to compensate for muscle imbalance and improve joint mobility and function during rehabilitation

in-home Occupational Therapy 

Orthopedic Care

 Occupational therapy in orthopedics focuses on helping patients recover from musculoskeletal injuries and surgeries. Our therapists work to restore function, improve mobility, and alleviate pain through personalized rehabilitation plans that may include exercises, adaptive equipment, and education on injury prevention.

Neurological Care

Neurological occupational therapy aids individuals with conditions affecting the nervous system. Therapists employ techniques to enhance motor skills, cognitive functions, and emotional well-being, facilitating patients’ return to daily activities and improving their quality of life

Dementia Specialist

Occupational therapists specializing in dementia care provide strategies to maintain and enhance life participation for those affected by dementia. They focus on adapting environments, activities, and caregiver support to optimize safety and quality of life for both patients and their families

Hand Therapy

Hand therapy is a niche of occupational therapy that addresses conditions of the upper extremity. Therapists use specialized techniques to rehabilitate the hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder, aiming to improve functionality, reduce pain, and prevent disability

Bracing/ Splinting

In occupational therapy, bracing and splinting are utilized to support and protect joints following injury or surgery. These devices aid in the healing process, prevent further injury, and can also be used to correct physical deformities