Helping you to recover, function and perform at your best
Take charge of your health
Pain and injury can slow you down and keep you from living fully. Let us help you optimize your recovery, prevent re-injury and perform at your best. Our goal is to help you surpass yours.
Physical therapy is a conservative (non-surgical) way to recover from injury, reduce pain, improve mobility, and optimize function and performance. We work with you to develop a plan to meet your goals. Let us help you to feel and move better so you can return to the activities you love!
We have advanced training in managing spinal deformities, including scoliosis and kyphosis. Christine is Schroth certified and SEAS (Scientific Exercise Approach to Scoliosis) trained. Both approaches have proven effectiveness to reduce pain, minimize dysfunction and prevent surgery in some cases.
A golf fitness evaluation takes you through assessments of flexibility, stability, balance, and coordination as they relate to your golf game. The results are used to design a customized program that suits your body. Learn how to improve the way you feel and play by improving the way your body performs.
Learning how to breathe efficiently, effectively and with ease requires understanding the traits of dysfunctional breathing, and learning or re-learning how to breathe in a way that minimizes poor patterns. Christine is Buteyko certified and has over a decade of experience in yoga breathing techniques to better manage pain, anxiety and nervous system dysregulation.
While breathing instruction is often part of a physical therapy session, breath training on its own may be all you need to improve your health and quality of life.
The practice of yoga offers strategies to improve mind, body, and spiritual health. You do not have to be flexible or have the latest yoga gear to practice yoga. True yoga meets you where you are. You can invest as little or as much time as you want into learning how to apply yoga concepts in your life.
Learning from a physical therapist who is also a yoga therapist is ideal if you have underlying concerns that make a group session intimidating.
We are in the process of offering a variety of courses to help you help yourself. (Stay tuned for our course page!) In the meantime, if you sign up for our Be Well newsletter, you’ll receive updates on our progress, get free resources, and healthy tips on staying well. The newsletter is published once a month, and we will never spam!
In this month’s newsletter, I revisit the latest blog Posture, Pain, and the Healing Powers of Breath which shares how our posture is just one contributing factor of pain. I also touch on altitude sickness and offer suggestions to mitigate this phenomenon. Finally, some tips on managing plantar fasciitis. If you’d like to receive our monthly newsletter, just sign up below! Or, you can check out the latest newsletter by clicking the button.
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A physical therapist for over 20 years – with advanced certifications in orthopedics, manual therapy, and yoga – Christine has developed an integrated approach to assessing and treating clients. She considers all body systems, your goals, your story, your state of health and potential barriers to recovery. Her strategy is to uncover the non-optimal patterns and habits that may have led to your injury, and address them at the core, not just treat your symptoms. She will guide you in the most efficient and effective way she knows to move you towards your goals and optimal performance so you can return to doing what you love.