Our physical therapists have over 103 years of combined experience serving clients of the Main Line, Delaware and Chester Counties.
Our skills include the specialty areas of orthopedics, sports medicine, women and men's health, oncology, lymphedema treatments, biomechanical foot and ankle examinations, orthotic fabrications, peripheral joint and spinal mobilization, cranio-sacral, myofascial release and manual therapy techniques.
Each member of our physical therapy staff is also state certified as "Direct Access Providers" for physical therapy services.
Under direct access, a patient may be evaluated and treated in physical therapy for up to 30 calendar days without a prescription from a physician first. Medicare patients are the only exception to this rule at present and still require a prescription from a referring physician at the onset of care. For more questions regarding direct access, please feel free to contact our office.
Our integrated approach values communications between practitioners and your physician which we feel is essential to optimize health and well-being.
Our holistic practitioners are aligned with traditional medicine to support each client physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.
Integrated Healing Center services scheduled with each practitioner on an appointment only basis.
Monday 7 am - 7 pm
Tuesday 10 am - 7 pm
Wednesday 7 am - 4 pm
Thursday 10 am - 7 pm
Friday 7 am - 4 pm
Christine F. Hayes, PT, BBSH, ART Certified - Spine
Christine graduated from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy.
Since that time, Chris has practiced in a variety of settings to include acute care, orthopedics, sports medicine, home care and private practice. She opened The Office of Christine F. Hayes, PT, PC in Chester County in June 1999 with dual specialities in the areas of orthopedics and oncology. Chris has attended many continuing education courses in orthopedics and oncology, pedorthic evaluations and orthotic fabrication, myofascial release and more. She has been a practicing physical therapist for 27 years working on the Main Line of Philadelphia, Delaware, Montgomery and Chester Counties.
Chris is also a graduate of The Barbara Brennan School of Healing, a 4 year internationally renowned healing program.
Chris' extensive training in Brennan Healing Science, an energetic mind body and spiritual approach to healing, compliments her work as a physical therapist. This extensive healing approach allows Chris to offer her patients the unique ability to integrate both a traditional and complementary approach to healing in her physical therapy practice and integrated healing center.
Chris became Certified in Active Release Techniques for the spine (ART) in 2014.
This state of the art soft tissue system/movement based technique treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves. Chris' certification specifically addresses the soft tissue of the back, neck and trunk. Active Release Techniques (ART) is an amazing addition to our manually- based practices currently being offered at The Office of Christine F. Hayes, PT, PC and The Integrated Center.
National Recognition for Cancer Rehabilitation
Chris is also very passionate in her work with cancer patients and has developed a comprehensive cancer rehabilitation program to address cancer- related fatigue. Additionally, The Office of Christine F. Hayes, P.T., P.C. served as The Chester County Satellite for The Wellness Community of Philadelphia from 2000-2004 for Oncology-Related Workshops in Meditation, Nutrition, Exercise and Lymphedema Management. Chris' specialty niche cancer rehabilitation programs gained national recognition in December 2002 as the cover, " A New Lease on Life" in the Physical Therapy Advance Magazine. Chris designed and implemented a study with the Main Line Hospitals entitled " Managing the side-effects of chemotherapy in non-metastatic breast cancer women with Brennan Healing Science". This study was designed to analyze both the severity of chemotherapy-induced side-effects and the potential for support physically, emotionally, spiritually and psychologically with Brennan Healing Science. Patients completing the study found the Brennan Health Science work extremely positive, beneficial and supportive during exceptionally challenging times.
Chris is an active member of The Private Practice Section, Orthopedic Section and Oncology Section of The American Physical Therapy Association. She is also a member of The Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Section of the APTA.
Holistic Approach to Healing
In June 2007, Chris opened The Integrated Healing Center located in The Offices of Christine F. Hayes, PT PC, in Chester County, specializing in a Mind, Body and Spirit return to wellness. Our integrated healing center programs include: brennan energy healing, massage therapy, nutrition, acupuncture, myofascial release and pilates.
Kate Biles, DPT, CLT
Kate Biles, DPT, CLT has been practicing physical therapy for 30 years since graduating from the University of Scranton in 1984.
She is a certified Direct Access Provider in Pennsylvania which enables her to evaluate and treat patients for 30 days prior to having a referral from a physician. She earned a doctoral degree in 2010 at Stockton University.
Kate has extensive training in many areas of manual therapies and is considered an expert regarding myofascial release, cranio-sacral therapy
muscle energy technique, joint mobilization and soft tissue mobilization. She has trained extensively with John F. Barnes PT, and worked in his clinic as chief therapist for 5 years. She is certified in Manual Lymphatic Therapy (from the Norton School) and also Pediatric Neuro-Developmental Treatment. Kate specializes in Pelvic Floor Dysfunction for both men and women of all ages. Her multidimensional expertise in myofascial release and pelvic floor pain, urinary incontinence and spastic bladder syndromes is transformative for patients trying to manage this condition on their own. (Women's and Men's Health)
Kate teaches seminars on myofascial release and handling techniques so that therapists can improve their assessment skills
manual therapy skills and movement re-education strategies.
She is highly experienced with complex pain patients and has a passion for working with those people who have not responded to traditional physical therapy
such as failed spinal surgery patients, those with chronic headache, pelvic pain, frozen shoulders, and chronic back and neck pain. She is very interested in helping patients with postural dysfunction syndrome and scoliosis so that they have less pain and easier movement to function more efficiently each day.
Kate is currently in private practice in Malvern, Chester County, where, for the past 18 years
she has been working with children and adults with varied movement and pain problems. Her personal interest in holistic healing and integrative medicine is what brought her to join The Office of Christine F. Hayes PT, PC in 2007. She is a welcome addition to both the physical therapy practice and integrated healing center. She is available 2 days per week.
She is a member of the APTA and the PPTA.
Advanced Myofascial Release and Cranio-Sacral; Women's and Men's Health; Complex Pain Syndromes; Manual Lymphatic Drainage/CLT; Neurology; Post-Mastectomy Care; Direct Access Provider.
Sue Garrity, MPT, CLT
Sue Garrity received her Bachelor's Degree at Rutgers University, followed by a Masters in Physical Therapy from Hahnemann University, graduating in 1997.
Sue began her professional career at Abington Hospital treating a variety of conditions including neurological diseases, post surgical cases, acute traumas and more. Additionally while at Abington, Sue completed extensive training in lymphedema evaluation and manual lymphatic drainage, commonly utilized in cancer care, with Dr. Robert Lerner, Steve Norton and Guenter Klose with Lerner Lymphedema Services, PC.
In 2000, Sue joined The Office of Christine F. Hayes, PT, PC located in Chester County, utilizing her skills in both orthopedics and oncology.
Sue worked with many oncology physicians communicating on behalf of our lymphedema clientele in the practice. Additionally, Sue has performed several speaking engagements on the subject of lymphedema prevention, diagnosis and treatment to the local support groups of our community and Main Line Health.
After the birth of her second child, Sue left the practice in 2004 to pursue Homecare while balancing an active family.
Her homecare experiences included geriatric care, lymphedema in the home setting and a variety of orthopedic and neurological disorders. She rejoined Christine F. Hayes, PT PC in 2011 contributing her expertise in orthopedics, sports medicine and lymphedema management. Sue recently completed a course in Myofascial Release and is looking forward to additional studies in manual therapy. Sue is currently working part-time in the practice and is a "Direct Access Provider".
Sue loves to work with people, and is especially interested in travel, having grown up in South Africa.
She did ballet for many years and now enjoys several different sports such as skiing and tennis, which have further directed her attention towards injuries related to sport and balance. She lives in Blue Bell with her husband and two boys.
Stephanie Bean graduated from University of the Sciences in Philadelphia in 1989 with a Master of Physical Therapy degree.
She obtained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Temple University in 2010. Stephanie has worked in outpatient physical therapy in Berks, Montgomery, Delaware and Chester Counties for the majority of her career and continues to enjoy treating all body parts, pre/post surgical, orthopedics and sports injuries.
Stephanie enjoys participating in continuing education classes to learn new evaluation and treatment techniques.
This helps her find creative ways to meet each patient's goals. Stephanie will be attending Myofascial Release hosted by John Barnes, in December 2013. She has also attended courses on Osteoporosis and is looking forward to working with this patient population and developing this specialty niche in The Office of Christine F. Hayes, PT, PC.
Stephanie has been active with the University of the Sciences Alumni Association since 1989 and has held many positions on the Board of Directors.
She is currently on the University Board of Trustees. She also enjoys public speaking and has given presentations for the public and at senior centers.
Orthopedics; Osteoporosis; Myofascial Release; Spinal Manipulation; Direct Access Provider.
Sara Fortunato PTA, CLT-UE
Sara joined The Office of Christine F. Hayes, PT, PC, located in Chester County, in 2007 as a massage therapist and physical therapy aide.
After practicing massage therapy and learning extensive exercise techniques and anatomy as an aide, Sara was inspired to complete the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Harcum College in Bryn Mawr. In May of 2012, Sara received her Associate in Science Degree and her Professional Licensure as a Physical Therapy Assistant. Since graduation, Sara has gained her Indirect Supervision License as a PTA after a required 2000 hours in the field which enables her to treat patients without the direct supervision of a Physical Therapist.
Sara completed her certification for upper extremity and truncal lymphedema in February of 2013 under Guenter Klose (Klose School of Lymphedema)
which has been a tremendous asset for the oncology patients treated in practice. Sara combines a variety of manual techniques including soft tissue/deep tissue, scar release, joint range of motion, and myofascial release in every session and enjoys working with the orthopedic and oncology population. Sara is a provider for oncology- based massage for the "Unite for Her" breast cancer voucher program.
What is Active Release Techniques (ART) to Individuals, Athletes, and Patients?
ART is a patented, state of the art soft tissue system/movement based massage technique that treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves. Headaches, back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, shin splints, shoulder pain, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, knee problems, and tennis elbow are just a few of the many conditions that may be resolved quickly and permanently with ART. These conditions all have one important thing in common: they are often a result of overused muscles.
How do overuse conditions occur?
Over-used muscles (and other soft tissues) change in three important ways: Acute conditions (pulls, tears, collisions, etc.); Accumulation of small tears (micro-trauma); Not getting enough oxygen (hypoxia). Each of these factors can cause your body to produce tough, dense scar tissue in the affected area. This scar tissue binds up and ties down tissues that need to move freely. As scar tissue builds up, muscles become shorter and weaker, tension or tendons cause tendonitis, and nerves can become trapped. This can cause reduced range of motion, loss of strength, and pain. If a nerve is trapped you may also feel tingling, numbness and weakness.
What is an ART treatment like?
Every ART session is actually a combination of examination and treatment. The ART provider uses her hands to evaluate the texture, tightness and movement of muscles, fascia, tendons, ligaments and nerves. Abnormal tissues are treated by combining precisely directed tension with very specific patient movements. These treatment protocols over 500 specific moves - are unique to ART. They allow providers to identify and correct the specific problems that are affecting each individual patient, ART is not a cookie-cutter approach.
What is the history of Active Release Techniques?
ART has been developed, refined, and patented by P. Michael Leahy, DC, CCSP. Dr. Leahy noticed that his patient's symptoms seemed to be related to changes in their soft tissue that could be felt by hand. By observing how muscles, fascia, tendons, ligaments and nerves responded to different types of work, Dr. Leahy was able to consistently resolve over 90% of his patients' problems. He now teaches and certifies healthcare providers all over the world to use ART.
Brennan Healing Science
Christine F. Hayes, PT, BBHP - Physical Therapist & Brennan Healing Practitioner Michele Mallon, BBHP - Brennan Healing Practitioner. Fee for service $90
Brennan Healing Science is a therapeutic approach designed to promote physical health and well-being.
As a form of "complementary medicine", this energy based healing technique is often used in conjunction with traditional medicine to support clients physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually as clients journey through illness seeking optimal wellness and recovery.
As graduates of The Barbara Brennan School of Healing
a 4 year internationally renowned healing program, our practitioners work multi-dimensionally on the physical body and its related energy fields. This holistic and integrative medicine approach is based on highly specialized skills performed by laying hands-on the physical body. Treatments generally range 60-75 minutes based on the therapist's assessments, healing skills performed and tolerance of the client. The client may relax and/or fall asleep while the healing work is being performed with equal results.
Seekers of Brennan Healing Work include those recovering from physical ailments, orthopedic injuries
side-effects related to cancer treatments, chronic fatigue syndrome, addictions and recovery, stress management and much more. Others may chose this complementary healing approach for emotional, spiritual and psychological support for many life stressors. Brennan Healing Practitioners also assist in uncovering energetic blocks, often unconscious, which may hinder physical healing and recovery. Utilizing this comprehensive approach is a collaborative experience between the client and the practitioner and often an extremely valuable tool in the holistic healing process.
Christine utilizes her medical expertise as a Physical Therapist and Brennan Practitioner in the areas of orthopedics and oncology.
Her passion supports cancer patients emotionally, physically and spiritually through and beyond cancer treatments in the management of cancer-related side-effects and cancer-related fatigue. She is also honored to support terminally ill clients and their caregivers in their transitional and transformational journey.
Michele has been with the Integrated Healing Center since it's inception in May 2007.
Working closely with the team of physical therapists at The Office of Christine F. Hayes, P.T. P.C., Michele has been able to support the additional challenges that arise as a result of injury and/or surgery. Michele's hope is to create a safe and supportive environment to assist in the clients overall healing. Michele is a Brennan Practitioner and celebrates 30 years of addiction recovery in the Twelve Step Program. In addition, to supporting physical therapy clients and the community, Michele's interest extends to the Twelve Step Communities for recovery and sobriety. Brennan healing sessions help clients to deepen their own recovery process and support the individual's intention for growth and well-being. Michele is also a provider for Energy Healing for the "Unite for Her" breast cancer voucher program.
Sara Fortunato MT,PTA, CLT-UE
Sara graduated from the Pennsylvania School of Muscle Therapy (now Cortiva Institute at PSMT) in February 2006 with certification in Therapeutic/Swedish sequence.
She has taken further classes to enhance skill in deep tissue, Reflexology, and hot stone therapy. Since her completion of school, she has embraced the world of medical massage and works as a Physical Therapist Assistant in The Office of Christine F. Hayes PT PC and The Integrated Healing Center. Sara sees physical therapy clients for massage as well as private clients referred from the community at The Integrated Healing Center located within The Offices of Christine F. Hayes, PT, PC in Paoli, Pa. Her work as a PTA enables Sara to enhance her hands on work with knowledge of anatomy, kinesiology and positioning to maximize the benefit of massage therapy and healing experience. Sara customizes every massage session to fit the client's needs and is versed in a variety of massage techniques including soft tissue, deep tissue, trigger point release, myofascial release, reflexology, and hot stone therapy.
Reflexology, a modality traditionally done solely on the hands and feet, s based on the belief that every organ and body system had a corresponding point on the hands and feet.
by working these areas with a specific series of passes, both the area of massage and its corresponding are receive the benefits.
Hot Stone therapy is similar to Therapeutic massage in its style and sequence.
Polished volcanic rocks are heated and hen used to soothe the entire body. Hot stone therapy is especially beneficial for stress relief, muscle soreness/tightness, cramping and trouble sleeping.
Hot Stone Therapy
Nutrition Solutions: A guide to living longer and stronger
We are currently expanding our nutrition program to meet the changing needs of our clientelle. Please check back soon for information about our exciting new nutrition program.
Our pilates program was designed as a safe transition from injury to rehabilitation and fitness. Your pilates experience will be a medically guided approach utilizing specific rehab principles recommended by our physical therapy team combined with the guidance of your pilates instructor. Pilates training emphasizes posture, motor control, flexibility, and precise movement for body awareness, health and healing.
Improved Posture; Strength Training; Flexibility; Balance/Proprioception; Core Stability; Sport Specific Training: Golf, Tennis, Skiing, Basketball & Baseball.
Talia is one of only a handful of acupuncturists in the country trained in the Dong Han Korean lineage. She has been in practice in the Philadelphia area since 1985, and has been practicing acupuncture for 20 years. Talia has been a long time student of the 73rd head of this medical lineage beginning her training in 1990. This training has included Taoist spiritual practices for longevity, meditation, breathing and dietary rejuvenation. Through this training, Talia developed extensive knowledge of pulse diagnosis, which gives her unique skills to treat physical, emotional, and spiritual issues within her patients. Talia attended Tri-State Institute of Traditional Chinese medicine graduating in 1993. She has been trained in Toyahari, a form of Japenese acupuncture, as well as Chinese herbology. Talia began her career as a myofascial body worker 30 years ago treating sports related injuries and has continued to pursue that direction with her training in Sports Medicine Acupuncture. Talia specializes in the treatment of: Preventive Health Care, Sports Related Injuries, Myofascial and Muscular Pain Syndromes, Muscular Imbalance, Postural Assessment, Auto-Immune Diseases, Cancer Related Problems, Thyroid, Mood Disorders, Anxiety and Depression and many other health and wellness concerns.
Orthopedic acupuncture blends Chinese Medicine with the knowledge of western Sports Medicine to create a comprehensive view of neuro-muscular injuries. Sports Acupuncture addresses the injury from a holistic perspective. Talia assesses the overall postural imbalance both from a static and functional perspective, addressing the balance between agonist and antagonist muscle groups, muscle spindle dysfunction, and pin-pointed rehabilitative exercise. This blends with an overarching Chinese Medical view of the body that looks at the movement of Qi and Blood, the meridian pathways and inter-relationships, and the overall health of the individual.
Chinese medicine utilizes a concept of universal life energy called Qi that is present in every living creature. This energy circulates throughout the body along specific pathways called meridians. As long as this energy flows freely throughout the meridians, health is maintained, but once the flow of energy is blocked, the system is disrupted and pain and illness occur. Acupuncture utilizes thin needles inserted into points along the meridian system. The aim is to free up the disruption of Qi and allow smooth flow of blood so that normal function is restored.
Pulse diagnosis was historically the main diagnostic tool used in Chinese Medicine. The Pulse can give very detailed information on the state of the internal organs, emotions and the nervous system response, while also assessing the overall constitution of a person. Pulse diagnosis is a very subtle skill. The pulse is taken on the radial artery and is read in three positions and multiple levels that reflect the movement of energy between different systems in the body.
Programs and Services
We offer an extensive array of programs and services
Orthopedic evaluation and treatment
Neck and Back Specialty Programs
Worker's Compensation Injuries
Motor Vehicle Injuries
Cancer Rehabilitation Programs
Lymphedema Evaluation and Treatments
Complex Pain Syndromes
Women and Men's Health
Integrated Healing Center Services
To support each client physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually in our intimate environment, sensitive to the specific needs of each individual. To assist each client in their journey towards wellness and transformation through education and exercise.
Cancer Rehabilitation Program
Patients with cancer are excellent candidates for exercise. Physical Therapy Programs are individually designed to maximize physical potential and emotional well-being through and beyond cancer treatments.
Physical Therapy and Personal Training programs emphasize
Overcoming fatigue issues
Promoting overall sense of well-being
Prevention and treatment of osteoporosis
Enhancing Immune System Function
Minimizing the effects of bone loss and muscle atrophy due to brief or prolonged periods of immobilization
Strength, flexibility and muscular endurance
Post Mastectomy and Breast Reconstruction, Axillary Web Syndrome (cording) TRAM FLAP, Latissimus Dorsi Flap Reconstruction
Women and Men's Health
Women's Health Programs and Male Urinary Incontinence - Kate Biles, DPT
At Christine F. Hayes, PT PC we offer comprehensive physical therapy programs in Women and Men's Health.
Specialty programs for women include pre and post natal care. Our physical therapists evaluate and treat women during and after pregnancy for low back pain, incontinence issues, sacroiliac dysfunctions, pelvic floor pain and core weakness especially common following cesarian section. Our educational programs also address proper body mechanics training for the care of your newborn and toddlers.
The office of Christine F. Hayes, PT PC also evaluates and treats women with a variety of pelvic floor dysfunctions including Levator Ani
(hypertonus of the deepest pelvic diaphragm) Vaginismus (an inability to penetrate the vagina due to muscle spasm) and Vulvodynia (burning, itching, pain in the vulva) which affects up to 36 million women. Urge and stress Incontinence is also a treatable condition in most cases and affects 10-11 million people of all ages, accounting for $234 million Medicare dollars each year.
Urinary Incontinence issues are common after total joint replacements especially in females.
The female athlete may also experience sacroiliac dysfunction, low back pain and urinary incontinence, which typically respond well to treatment in physical therapy.
Male Incontinence issues may arise with benign prostate hyperplasia (enlarged prostate) or following radical prostatectomy.
Physical therapy can assist in retaining the pelvic floor muscles in prostate cancer patients after surgery, chemotherapy and/or radiation as well as those managing enlarged prostate conditions.
Interstitual Cystitis also known as Painful Bladder Syndrome (PBS) is a condition which often responds well to physical therapy.
Goals of physical therapy include relaxing the pelvic floor muscles and treating pelvic floor dysfunction. Urinary urge and stress incontinence and interstitular cystitis, though more common among the female population, can also be experienced in males.
Our treatment approach includes a comprehensive mechanical evaluation of the lumbo-pelvic hip complex
an internal pelvic floor muscle assessment when indicated, patient education on the anatomy of the pelvic floor and manual techniques to facilitate coordination of the pelvic floor muscles. Our therapists also incorporate the use of a bladder diary, physiological quieting, biofeedback, and desentization/activation of the pelvic floor muscles. Our techniques also teach stabilization of the pelvic floor muscles and supporting structures, postural training, and a comprehensive home exercise program.
Rehabilitation of the pelvic floor complex can be life changing and most patients have a good prognosis.
A comprehensive physical therapy program should be considered before complicated surgeries are given to treat pelvic pain or incontinence issues.
What is an orthotic shoe/sneaker insert?
What is an orthotic shoe/sneaker insert? An orthotic shoe insert is sometimes simply called an orthotic, but may also be called an arch support or even an orthotic devise. An orthotic fits into your shoe/sneaker - preferably a lace-up' style - after it is molded and shaped by your physical therapist. An orthotic insert can reduce the stresses and strains of standing and walking so that your leg or foot ailment has a better chance to heal and eventually stop hurting. Not all shoe inserts (or shoes for that matter) are created equal, however. Since foot types and foot problems vary substantially between individuals, even between your own feet, selecting an orthotic shoe insert that is most appropriate for your specific needs is the key.
How do I know if I need custom-made orthotics?
You may benefit from using orthotic shoe inserts if you have the following: flat feet or high arches; knees that turn inward or bow outward; heel/arch pain, ankle pain; shin pain (shin splints); knee or hip pain not associated with an injury; bunions; thick calluses on your feet; sacro-iliac dysfunction or unexplained low back pain; Uneven show wear; off the shelf orthotics do not relieve symptoms. People of all ages and activity levels may benefit from orthotics, including runners and those who must stand for long hours during the day. Many of the conditions listed above may be a result of faulty alignment from the ground up.
Consulting an expert is key!
CHRISTINE F. HAYES PT PC Physical Therapy is uniquely qualified to assess and treat your lower extremity dysfunction. Our expertise and extensive training in anatomy, kinesiology, injuries, orthotic fabrication and rehabilitation make our holistic approach the best choice in healing, wellness and optimal athletic performance! Our 1 hr. evaluation will assess posture, gait analysis, strength, flexibility, balance, shoe wear assessment, special testing for orthopedic injuries, orthotic screenings and casting when applicable.
Your next step
Call our office to set up your Physical Therapy Evaluation at 610-695-9913, covered by most insurances. As a "direct access provider", we do not need a physical therapy prescription for your evaluation or treatment with the exception of Medicare patients. Please allow 1 hr. for your evaluation which will include an orthotic casting, if warranted, and a home exercise program for any troublesome areas discovered in your evaluation.
OUR FULL LENGTH "REACTION ORTHOTICS"
are the best on the market and affordably priced for $275 (most insurances do not cover). Comparative orthotics range $400 to $500.
OUR 3/4 LENGTH ORTHOTICS
are perfect for dress shoes, narrow athletic wear such as cleats, biking shoes etc. This product is fabricated in-house and client's leave with this product the same day! Reasonably priced for $100.
disclaimer:pricing and availability subject to change.
Our physical therapy practice and integrated healing center was newly renovated in May 2007 and is structured out of an old stucco home over 100 years of age. We believe this setting is not only an extremely intimate and comfortable environment for healing but also supports our dedication to a one-on-one approach to physical therapy.
Our physical therapists and integrative practitioners offer the best of both traditional and complementary approaches for the holistic benefit of the client. What sets us apart and defines our services is by far our dedication, expertise and unparalleled standard of care. Our manually-based practice affords us the opportunity to attune to your individual needs, continue to reassess and problem solve your condition until it is resolved and to provide the maximum hands-on care you need for healing.