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Physical therapist performing manual therapy on a patient
  • Urinary Incontinence

  • Urinary Urgency/Frequency

  • Constipation

  • Fecal Incontinence

  • Interstitial Cystitis

  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse

  • Pain with Intercourse

  • Pelvic Pain 

  • Vaginismus/Vulvodynia

  • Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome

  • Pre/Post Prostatectomy

  • Diastasis Recti/Core Weakness

  • Sciatica

  • Pelvic Health Dysfunctions

    • Urinary Incontinence and/or Urgency

    • Pelvic Pain

    • Painful Intercourse

    • Pelvic Organ Prolapse 

    • Fecal Incontinence

    • Constipation

  • Episiotomy or C-section Scar Pain

  • Orthopedic Pain:

    • Lower back, neck, hip, SI Joint and pubic symphysis pain

Physical therapist with a patient exercising
Physical therapist correcting a patient's form
  • Return to Run

  • ​Strength Training Program​

  • Orthopedic Conditions:

    • Hip/Groin Pain

    • Low Back Pain

    • Foot and Ankle Pain/Injuries

    • Neck/Jaw pain

    • Headaches


Dry needling uses a thin, filiform needle that is inserted through the skin into the muscular layer to address myofascial and neuro-trigger points. This technique is beneficial to decrease local pain but also systemic pain caused by these neuro-trigger points. 

Although the "dry" needles are the same as used for acupuncture, it is not the same. Acupuncture is based on the laws of Traditional Chinese medicine while dry needling is based on the laws of modern medicine.  

Dry needling the leg
Physical therapist performing cervical body work and craniosacral therapy

Craniosacral therapy is a manual therapy that uses a very light touch to release restrictions and restore balance in the body's craniosacral rhythm. The goal of this balance is to improve the function of the central nervous system. Craniosacral therapy can be used also to promote total body and nervous system relaxation for optimal health and wellness. 


Rolfing® Structural Integration

A specific bodywork protocol which addresses pain and dysfunction that arises from the fascia tissue in the body. The manual pressure and stretching used in this technique loosens up tissues and muscles which helps reduce pain and improve function in that area and throughout the whole body.

Physical therapist and Rolfer performing Rolfing to a patient.

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Traverse City, MI  49684


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