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Physical Therapy Services


The Graston Technique is a form of manual therapy known as soft-tissue instrument-assisted mobilization. It is one of a number of manual therapy approaches that uses instruments with a specialized form of massage/scraping the skin gently.

The therapy is designed to help identify areas of restriction and to break up scar tissue.  The general goals of the therapy are to reduce the patient’s pain and increase function

Dry Needling

Dry needling is a skilled intervention, based on Western Medicine, that uses filiform needles and other apparatus or equipment to stimulate a myofascial trigger point for the evaluation and management of neuromusculoskeletal conditions, movement impairments, and disabilities. “Myofascial trigger points” are an irritable section of soft tissue often associated with palpable nodules in taut bands of muscle fibers.

McKenzie Technique

The McKenzie Method is a biopsychosocial system of musculoskeletal care emphasizing patient empowerment and self-treatment. This system of diagnosis and patient management applies to acute, subacute and chronic conditions of the spine and extremities. It offers a reliable and practical approach that focuses on “what patients need” and not on “what therapists want to do”.  Backed by years of research, evidence and clinical practice.

-Known to show results in as little as two to three visits.
-Assessment driven and individualized treatment plans.
-Active, not passive, therapy strategies for more successful management
-Cost efficient treatment without expensive tests or procedures.
-Non-invasive, no needles, no scalpel.
-Self-directed and managed, we work with you and teach you.
-Preventative lifelong knowledge and skills.


Mat Pilates is a strengthening and lengthening form of exercise that focuses on your core (trunk) muscles while also training your arms and legs. Mat Pilates is based on the original exercises Joseph Pilates developed to strengthen his own body as a young man.  Pilates incorporates integrative core stability training for back and neck pain as well as hip/gluteal and knee pain/injury.

Mat Pilates focuses on strengthening muscles, lower back, pelvic floor, hips, glutes, and abdominals through a series of exercises. Likewise, floor Pilates can improve your posture as stretching is a vital part of this exercise.

Orthopedic Rehab

Pre/post-operative total knee, total hip, total shoulder, ACL’s, meniscal repairs, rotator cuff  injury and repairs, ankle sprain acute care and longer term rehabilitation to prevent re-injury, shin splints, elbow and wrist injuries and pain, carpal tunnel. 


Fall prevention, balance Vestibular rehabilitation, BPPV, cervicogenic causes of dizziness/vertigo.

Muscle Energy Technique

Treatment of sacral iliac dysfunction, gluteal and sacral pain, various spinal rotations resulting in neck, middle and low back pain.

Myofascial Release

MFR I, MFR II trained – to treat myofascial and trigger point pain, fibromyalgia  and muscular pain throughout the body.


Initial Evaluations – $85.00

One Hour Treatments – $80.00

Half Hour treatments – $45.00

Yes, I will provide you with all the paper work and medical codes necessary for you to submit to your insurance provider.

Yes, I am able to run any debit or credit card for payment.

Yes, I will provide you with all the paper work and medical codes necessary for you to submit to your FSA provider.

The State of Florida has approved direct access to physical therapists, meaning you do not need to go to a doctor first when you are seeking physical therapy.

However, you will need a doctor’s script for any treatments after thirty days. 

All treatments are scheduled by appointment.  I try to accommodate each patient’s schedule when creating a treatment plan.

Either call me at phone number 321-412-9144 or email me at

Yes, please download and fill out the New Patient Forms and bring the completed forms to your first appointment.  The forms are linked on my home page.  Click the “New Patient Forms” button and the forms should download into your computer’s “Downloads” folder automatically. 

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