Movement therapy can result in greater ease and range of movement; increased balance, strength, and flexibility; improved muscle tone and coordination; joint resiliency; pain relief; and relief of rheumatic, neurological, spinal, stress, and many other issues. In our Movement Therapy Room, we provide functional movement assessments, individualized rehabilitation plans for patients, instruction on at-home exercise programs, and informative sessions on the benefits of exercise in relation to pain and overall health. Modalities and therapeutic exercise will be used to improve strength, stability, flexibility, range of motion, postural control, and enforce proper movement patterns.

Exercise Physiologist Julianne Speeney will help you get moving.