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Physical Therapy

Precision Physical Therapy provides unique one-on-one physical therapy sessions. Your therapist will meet with you to assess your problems and provide you with an effective treatment program focused on the injury or issue. Our expert therapists are dedicated to providing you with customized service by using a combination of manual therapy, mobilization, dry needling, massage, strengthening exercise, and Pilates exercises. We emphasize active participation in the rehabilitation process focusing on exercise. Your therapist will also provide you with a personalized routine to help aid you through your daily activities and continue your therapy at home.​


Pilates is a full body exercise program designed to improve strength, flexibility, balance, control and muscular symmetry. Pilates exercises promote elongated and toned muscles while engaging the core. These exercises are the foundation of Precision’s lumbar stabilization program. What makes Precision’s Pilates unique is that our classes and individual sessions are only taught by licensed physical therapists. Our therapists have found Pilates to be a great way to transition patients from rehabilitation exercises to fitness exercises. For patients currently in physical therapy our instructors can slow things down or customize the exercises to your needs.

Our small classes are taught on Balanced Body reformers, towers and chairs. Precision’s Pilates classes are scheduled by reservation only. To make a reservation you must contact the instructor who is teaching the class you are interested in. They will be able to tell you whether it is an appropriate level for you. 

Personal Training

Precision's Personal Trainers can take you to a new level of fitness with our hour long sessions. At Precision we provide you with a personalized workout routine that will meet your needs and help you acheive your goals. 

Dry Needling

At Precision, all of our Physical Therapists are certified in a therapy technique called Dry Needling. Dry Needling is a Physical Therapy modality that uses very thin disposable needles to inactivate the taut bands found in myofascial trigger points. A myofascial trigger point is an area of hyperirritability within a muscle that can cause pain, weakness, and restrict motion. 

Concussion Testing & Management
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The purpose of a baseline concussion test is to measure the normal functioning of the brain in multiple areas.  If an athlete suffers a concussion, a comparison can be made to their pre-injury state.  An individualized care plan can then be developed for the athlete based on their pre-concussion and post-concussion scores.

Vision Training

Vision training, also known as vision therapy, can be used to help improve a person's vision skills such as eye coordination and eye movement. This therapy, done under the supervision of one of our professional physical therapists, involves carrying out a series of procedures/exercises in both home and office settings. Successful completion will improve an individual's visual-motor and/or perceptual-cognitive deficiencies.

Balance Training

Balance training is used to help individuals improve their ability to recover balance or base of support (BOS) from postural sway. It involves performing exercises that will strengthen muscles and in turn, improve stability and prevent falls.

Conditions We Treat
  • Ankle Injury

  • Arthritis

  • Back Disorders

  • Back Sprain

  • Balance Disorders

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Head and Neck Conditions

  • Headache

  • Hip Pain

  • Knee Injuries

  • Knee Pain

  • Orthopedic Disorders

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Sciatica

  • Scoliosis

  • Shoulder Pain

  • Sports Injuries

  • Sprain

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