Applied Functional Science

Ability to observe, manipulate, and identify dysfunction. We create assessments, treatments and customized programs based on your individual needs and goals. 

Blood Flow Restriction (BFR)

BFR allows you to receive the benefits of strength training without the stress to your tissue that may be healing during a recent injury or surgery.

BFR has been utilized with athletes who want to improve performance and many other scenarios to increase strength and prevent atrophy

Dry Needling

We use dry needling as one part of larger treatment plan for our patients. Dry needling helps speed up our patient’s return to active rehabilitation.
We use a threadlike needle that penetrates the skin and stimulates underlying myofascial trigger points and muscular connective tissues. The needle allows us to target tissues that are not tangible. 


A taping technique to provide support to muscles and joints without restricting your body’s range of motion.
The tape helps relieve pain and provide support exactly where you need it. It will also lengthen the benefits of manual therapy administered within at our office.

Graston Technique

Graston technique is a faster and more effective way of relieving your pain than a massage. We use specially designed stainless-steel instruments with unique edges and angles to deliver an effective means of therapy. It’s an alternative technique to manipulate soft tissue. Graston generates a response from your cells to repair and strengthen muscle tissue. This helps you get back to pain-free movement and function.

OptoGait (Gait Analysis)

Discover issues in your stride and improve with treatment and corrective exercises. In 30 minutes we can measure your running or walking pattern objectively and accurately. An easy to read report displays data from your movements. The data allows us to identify asymmetries between your legs instantly. From there, we can develop a plan to correct movement patterns and treat imbalances and begin a proactive approach to prevent pain and injuries.