What We Do

Justin Sullivan, physical therapist at Move Physical Therapy works on a patient's knee pain.


At Move Physio, we strive to offer high-quality care for a variety of conditions. We take pride in not only resolving pain, but also addressing what contributing factors caused it.

While most Physical Therapists have goals of restoring patients to their previous level of function, we aim much higher. By assessing and treating the contributing factors to a condition, we can not only restore function, but enhance it and prevent future problems.

Radial Pulse Therapy

Radial Pulse Therapy

Radial Pulse Therapy (RSWT) is a newly FDA-approved treatment technique. It uses Shockwaves to mobilize the soft tissues of the body to achieve effects that are difficult or impossible to achieve by hand.

We can achieve more in a single RSWT treatment than 4-8 manual therapy sessions in some cases. This means better, faster results.

Physical Therapist performs manual therapy on the abdomen of a client

Pelvic & Abdominal PT

Abdominal and pelvic conditions require special intervention. At Move, we have clinicians who have undergone advanced training in manually treating the components of the pelvis and abdomen through an external approach.

In addition to the muscular and bony structures, we regularly assess and treat mobility dysfunctions of various organs.

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Integrative Nutrition

MOVE is excited to team up with Nourish Your Mind to provide our community with the most comprehensive, supportive and informative Integrative Nutritional services to help you discover your true potential.

Integrative Nutrition is a form of both preventative and restorative healthcare which allows us to identify the root cause of ailments. By identifying root causes, rather than just “fixing” symptoms, we can work towards restoring the body to an optimal state of functioning.

John Denoyelles, a physical therapist at Move, examines a patient who has recently had a concussion.

Concussion Management

A lot has changed in the past 5-10 years regarding concussion management guidelines. Conventional wisdom on how to best recover is now being questioned.

At Move Physio, we strive to stay up-to-date with the latest evidence regarding concussion-related assessment and treatment. We want you back to your best in the quickest and safest way possible.