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"Why Orthopedic Exercise?"

Orthopedic exercise helps to improve posture, balance, strength and functional movement as well as addressing recurring daily pain issues like back, neck and hip pain. The initial assessment will identify both postural and musculoskeletal imbalances. Follow up visits focus on flexibility training and strength and conditioning specific to each person's fitness level.


"Teamwork makes the dreamwork."

We can create a custom fitness profile that will be available 24/7 on a free app for that can be easily downloaded on your smartphone. You will have complete access to all the detailed information regarding each session, video tutorials, exercise descriptions and in-home workout plans.

"What should I expect?"

Follow up visits take place in a private training space and typically last 50 minutes to 1 hour. One-on-one training helps you to focus on performing the targeted orthopedic stretches and exercises with our specialist, adding new challenges to your fitness profile with each session.


Is Orthopedic Exercise Physical Therapy?

Both physical therapists and orthopedic exercise specialists help clients alleviate muscle/joint pain and improve their movement capabilities. Physical therapists are licensed health care professionals whose services are used by clients to treat a medical diagnosis, physical trauma, or a specific injury. Orthopedic exercise specialists assess and evaluate a client’s musculoskeletal system for soft tissue and movement restrictions, imbalances, habitual patterns, and muscle dysfunction that may affect that person’s ability to move well, exercise effectively and/or perform daily activities 

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