Physical therapy sessions begin with a comprehensive musculoskeletal examination to determine the root cause of your symptoms or injury. We will go through relevant past medical history that may be affecting your condition. From there, your physical therapist will work with you to develop a specialized treatment plan including therapeutic exercise and manual interventions that will facilitate your healing. Sessions range from 45-90 minutes, depending on your needs.
Jackie has specialized training in Women’s Health including pelvic floor assessment/treatment, pregnancy and postpartum care. She is also certified in dry needling and LSVT BIG for the treatment of Parkinson’s Disease.
Wellness visits are intended to bridge the gap from formal physical therapy to independent exercise. They are hands-off sessions focusing on higher-level exercise and training to improve muscle strength and fitness. With the guidance of a physical therapist, you will perform exercises with proper mechanics and reduce the risk of injury. These sessions can also be done outside.
These sessions are intended for current or past patients who only need dry needling, or for someone who wants to try it out for the first time. These are shorter sessions and usually scheduled for 30 minutes.
FITNESS AND ENDURANCE PROGRAMING
Are you training for your first marathon, triathlon or bike race but don’t know where to start? A customized training program allows you to work one-on-one with a physical therapist to determine the best training plan to meet your fitness goals. Jackie has years of experience training and competing in endurance sports. After you meet and discuss your current fitness level and goals, she will create a personalized training schedule. These sessions also include running, biking or swimming analysis.
We offer free 15 minute phone consultations to discuss your current injury or condition and determine if physical therapy may be right for you. Your physical therapist will provide advice on how to treat your condition and guidance on when to seek medical attention.