Spinal area pain

Back pain can be caused by prolonged positions of bad posture, muscle imbalances and weakness. Even the most basic activities of daily living are affected when dealing with problems of the spine.

Hip, knee, & ankle pain

The hip, knee, and ankle all work together to provide stability and movement for the lower body. When one of these joints is compromised, the rest will compensate and symptoms can worsen. Sprains and strains are common especially with active people. While arthritis, or inflammation of the joints, is a long term result of wear and tear.


A lot of our daily activities involve the upper extremity. The most common factors of shoulder pain are overuse, falls, frozen shoulder, and improper body mechanics.

Neck pain

In the modern day of computers and mobile phones, pain and discomfort around the neck and upper back is usually a concern. Bad posture and muscular imbalances are the main culprits. The pain is usually felt at the end of the day or upon waking up.

Sports injuries

Getting injured in sports is inevitable. Athletes simply cannot avoid getting injured during high impact activities. Proper recovery and prevention is your best defense against injuries.

Neurological Rehabilitation

Weakness and loss of function is commonly associated with stroke. Parkinson’s disease decreases balance and coordination of the body. Other conditions that concern our nervous system deeply affect our motor and sensory skills.

pre- and post-operative care

Surgery may come with prolonged bedrest or period of immobility which can cause weakness and decrease in function. Rehabilitation before surgery can help lessen the negative effects that may follow after the operation. It can also help you return to optimal function faster after surgery.


Living a sedentary life has a number of negative effects on our body. Muscle strength and size is decreased, energy is low, and the mind isn’t as sharp as it would be.