Wellness Program


Continuation of Care

Once you have completed your physical therapy plan of care you may feel the motivation to continue an exercise program with continued guidance, your physical therapist can help bridge the gap between injury rehabilitation and continued wellness exercise.
Our programs for continuation of care are available for anyone from our school athletes to our motivated and active senior patients. Every patient and their goals are significantly different, and we provide an option to serve as adjunct of support to keep you living an active lifestyle.

Direct Wellness Program

Our wellness program sessions are available one on one or in a group setting with a licensed physical therapist who is also a certified athletic trainer. On your initial visit, a functional mobility screening (FMS) will be performed, and you will have the opportunity to discuss your goals with our physical therapist who will design your wellness program. Group wellness sessions are also available, and are a great way to work toward your fitness goals alongside others with a similar vision.
Exercises and activities during group sessions can be modified keeping each client’s mobility limitations in mind. Our goal is to provide you with a safe fitness plan that continuously challenges you to achieve your fitness goals and to have fun while doing it.

What’s the difference between a personal training session with a physical therapist and a personal trainer?

While thinking of starting a physical fitness program you may be asking yourself why should I see a physical therapist over a personal trainer. That is a fair question as many of their roles do have similarities. They both assess your fitness goals and are motivated to help improve your health and wellness. The answer comes down to taking a further look into what each profession provides and determining what makes most sense for you.

Personal trainers are specialized in helping to improve strength, performance, and overall athletic abilities. They play a vital role in helping clients achieve their fitness goals. On some occasions personal trainers work closely together with physical therapists with the common goal of assisting clients improve functional performance.

The difference; a physical therapist is a state board licensed healthcare professional who has extensive training in the anatomy and physiology of the body. If you are someone who is hesitant to get in the gym because you have pain that is preventing you from feeling motivated, it would be a good idea to see a physical therapist. It is often a misconception that you only go see a physical therapist after an injury, but the rule of thumb is to see one before to establish a preventative plan of care. Physical therapists have a doctorate level education and expertise in the movement and function of the human body. In addition to proactively assisting clients with achieving their wellness goals, a physical therapist has specialized training to differentially screen clients for potential problems requiring a referral to the appropriate physician for further evaluation.

If you are suffering from pain or recovering from an injury, our physical therapist can build your strength where you can then advance to begin or continue your personal training pain free.