Physical Therapy and Coaching Services
Physical therapy uses tests and measures related to, but not limited to strength, range of motion, balance, endurance, postural assessment and joint stability to evaluate and treat each client individually.
We use an integrative balance training approach that incorporates all 3 balance systems (vestibular, somatosensory, and vision) along with other lifestyle interventions including but not limited to guided meditations, mindfulness, breathing techniques, and education to optimize your balance regardless of diagnosis.
We go beyond traditional physical therapy to give you the personalized attention and support you need to heal. Coaching is integrated into the House of Balance programs to provide you with support in areas that may be holding you back in your recovery.
Dry needling is a technique sanctioned under the physical therapy licensure and permitted only by certified individuals. Dry needling uses thin needles to “reset” the musculoskeletal system and can be very helpful in breaking the tightness-pain cycle with people with chronic pain.
Yoga is a practice accessible to all levels of mobility that can help with balance, transitional movements, regulate breathing, and incorporate more awareness to the body-mind connection through movement.
Claim Your Free Physical Therapy Screen
Fill out our form in order to claim your free physical therapy screening call. This is the first step into getting a customized physical therapy plan.
What We Treat
We’d love to join your health team to optimize movement and pain.
Here are some of the conditions we treat:
A desire to optimize balance and coordination
Generalized balance Issues
Physical manifestations of stress/anxiety
PPPV (Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness)
Frequent falls due to balance issues
Physical manifestations of digestive autoimmune or chronic disease
A diagnosis of the Vestibular System (i.e., Meniere’s, Labyrinthitis)
Physical manifestations of digestive health issues
Feeling "not quite right"
BPPV (Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo)
Neurodegenerative Disease (i.e., Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s)
Increased Muscle Tension