Physical Therapy

Comprehensive physical therapy examination and treatment

Manual treatment

Pre and post surgical rehabilitation

Balance & vestibular training

Modalities: electric stimulation, ultrasound, traction, iontophoresis, ice and heat

Osteoporosis education and exercises

Pre and post natal education and exercises

Spinal stabilization

Running analysis

Home exercise program

Referral to other medical specialists as needed


Pool Therapy

At PSMRC we believe in the many benefits of aquatic therapy. All of our therapists are specially skilled in aquatic exercise. 


Unique benefits of pool therapy include

Early weight bearing after injury or surgery

Strengthening through water resistance

Taking the load off of spine and extremities

Pain management through movement


Minimizing edema




Sports Physical Therapy


Running and Cycling, Return to Sport, Surfer’s Circuit. As athletes ourselves, we offer practical and safe recovery from your sport’s injury and instruction in the use of specialized strengthening programs that will help you return to your favorite sport.


Yoga & Pilates


If you are an avid pilates or yoga student, our therapists can help you prevent and recover from any injuries sustained in your practice.  Several of our therapists have been practicing yoga and pilates for many years and are familiar with common injuries that can occur in the regular practice or yoga or pilates.


Post Surgical Treatment


Surgery can be an intimidating proposition; our job is to make it less so.  To accomplish this we will do three things; listen and explain, assess you and your surgery site and answer any questions you have. A large portion of the first day is spent talking. This allows us to understand why you had to have surgery, explain what happened during your procedure and set expectations, both yours and ours. Then we will begin to assess you.  Step one is to sure there are no complications from your surgery.  Then we will attempt to make you comfortable, adjust braces and slings and talk about ways to position yourself for comfort in order to rest.  Then we’ll take a look at the non-operated extremity, to establish normal for you.  After this we will gently move the operated part to see where we are starting.  Lastly, there will be homework for you, to begin the rehab process.