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Physical Therapy

Musculoskeletal Pain · Sports & Performance Injuries · Overuse Injuries · Post-Surgical Pain · Ergonomics · Urinary Incontinence · Pregnancy Related Hip & Back Pain · Pelvic Organ Prolapse · Diastasis Recti 

Physical Therapy at The Healthcare Gallery & Wellness Spa
Group Personal Training Classes at The Healthcare Gallery & Wellness Spa
Strength Training Classes at The Healthcare Gallery & Wellness Spa


re-store (verb) - return to a former condition.


The advantage of having a physical therapist who is also an ergonomic specialist on our team is validating the saying that, one size does not fit all. What works for a tall person may not work for someone short, what works for an athlete may not apply to a couch potato. Whatever the body size, shape and personal limitations, the goal of ergonomics is to evaluate the total human being, both mental and physical, then apply sound principles to each individual's needs. Whether you're in the kitchen, working heavy machinery or sitting at a desk, the practice of good ergonomics will provide health benefits now and in the long run helping you feel more invigorated, comfortable and productive.
Combining the knowledge of ergonomics with restorative therapy has had a profound effect on clients who are looking not only for a proactive way to recover quickly, but also a way to stay healthy and prevent further injuries as we live our best life.

By the way, did you know that a prescription from your primary care physician is no longer required for a consultation with a physical therapist? So feel free to make a date with our therapist today.


An orthopaedic evaluation includes a comprehensive review of your medical history/present symptoms and a musculoskeletal evaluation (An assessment of your movement patterns, strength, flexibility, range of motion and other specific tests depending on the area of injury.) A treatment plan is developed based on the findings. 

Conditions Treated:
  • Musculoskeletal pain: shoulder, elbow, hand, neck, back, hip, knee, ankle/foot.
  • Sports & performance injuries. 
  • Overuse related injuries such as tennis elbow.
  • Post - surgical pain. 

Women's Health

Postpartum preventative health assessments include postural, ergonomic, movement and flexibility assessments, muscle strength testing, optional pelvic floor examination, and instruction in a personalized exercise program.

Conditions Treated: 
  • Urinary incontinence.

  • Pregnancy related hip and back pain.

  • Pelvic organ prolapse.

  • Diastasis recti. 

Gallery Hours:
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday/Sunday - CLOSED
Studio Hours:
Monday - Friday 5:30 AM - Late
Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM