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Quality care relies on experienced and well educated professionals. At Sound PT all care is provided by Physical Therapists who are passionate about their care and their professional development. On average we have 15+ years of clinical practice, with advanced training in the areas of differential diagnosis, manual therapy techniques, exercise and movement re-education, pain management, adolescent care and sports medicine, ergonomic and body mechanic education, and return to work and sport.

As an independent, physical therapist owned business, Sound PT encourages and supports ongoing clinical education through participation in the following: CE classes, online learning, attendance at national and local meetings and conferences, symposiums and Grand Rounds, monthly in-services, and discussion with colleagues and other health care providers. We belong to both local, state and national Physical Therapy organizations, and many of us sit on local or national committees.

As you know, one size does not fit all when it comes to rehabilitation and working with pain. Which is why we are committed to be learning and then applying a wide variety of techniques and approaches, applying what is appropriate for each patient.

Examples of techniques include soft tissue mobilization, joint mobilization, McConnell and Kinesio taping, PNF and instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization.

Approaches that we apply include those of the North American Institute of Manual Therapy (NAIOMT), Shirley Sahrmann, Gary Gray, Institute of Physical Arts, Ola Grimsby, Robin McKenzie, Stanley Paris, Jenny McConnell, Postural Restoration, Joseph Pilates, Gray Cook - Functional Movement Systems, Diane Lee, Jones Institute - strain/counterstrain and Brian Mulligan

In addition, we are pleased to offer a wide variety of specialty care. Please refer to the “Our Services” heading above for details on each of these programs.

Our care is grounded in the belief that movement is joy, and we are here to help our patients regain optimal movement and return to the activities they enjoy.