Aquatic Therapy: Therapy performed in water in order to reduce impact forces on joints and allows for early mobility.
Chronic Pain Physical Therapy: Therapy to help patients gain control over their pain.
Hemophilia Physical Therapy: Therapy for individuals with bleeding disorders
Lymphedema Therapy: Therapy for people with impaired lymphatic or venous systems.
Neurological Rehabilitation: Therapy for individuals with movement problems due to disease or injury of the nervous system.
Orthopaedic and Sports Rehabilitation: Therapy for individuals with musculoskeletal and sports related conditions.
Prosthetic Physical Therapy: Therapy for individuals who have undergone an amputation.
Pulmonary Rehabilitation: Comprehensive, interdisciplinary rehabilitation program designed for those who experience lung problems.
Vestibular Rehabilitation: Therapy to reduce dizziness-related symptoms and improve balance.
Women's Health Physical Therapy: Therapy to address pelvic pain, abdominal pain, or incontinence.