Accessory Programming:

Accessory programming is a great option for those who are self-motivated to perform exercises and accessory work on their own. Oftentimes, many injuries can be completely fixed by performing specific, targeted exercise to strengthen a weakened region of the body. This is best supplemented with monthly check-in physical therapy sessions to ensure the client is making adequate progress and to make any adjustments that are needed to the exercise program.

Additionally, accessory programming is a great option for those who want to prevent an injury from occurring in the first place. If you feel like there might be an injury starting to accrue in a certain part of your body, accessory programming is a great option to help strengthen that certain area to protect against an injury from occurring. This is also known as prehab.

Dry Needling:

Dry needling is a modality that can be provided outside of a formal physical therapy plan-of-care. It can be done as often as the client would like without having to commit to a formal physical therapy plan of care.

Spinal Manipulation:

Spinal manipulation is another tool that can be provided outside of a formal physical therapy plan-of-care. It is a technique that provides a quick-stretch to the tissues surrounding a certain portion of the spine. Although the term “adjustment” is commonly used by healthcare practitioners, this is misleading as bones are not being put back into place.

Spinal manipulation is a great way to quickly restore range-of-motion to a stiff portion of the spine while simultaneously decreasing pain in the same region. Spinal manipulation is best followed-up by active exercise to help strengthen the manipulated region.

Recovery Sessions:

Recovery sessions are not formal physical therapy. They are focused on soft-tissue work in one or multiple regions of the client’s choosing and are intended primarily to decrease muscle soreness, improve blood-flow to a specific area of the body, and decrease recovery time so that you can attack your next workout with more confidence and less soreness.

Any of the following tools or components may be included in a recovery session:

Hands-on soft tissue work


Dry Needling


IASTM (instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization):

  • Cupping
  • Scraping
  • Theragun

    Electronic Muscle Stimulation (E-stim)


    Spinal Manipulation

    Billing FAQ


    Although I do not accept insurance, at the client’s request, I can provide them with a “superbill” that the client can submit to their insurance company to see if any reimbursement will be provided.


    You CAN use your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and/or Health Savings Account (HSA) dollars towards covering the cost of treatment.


    Payment plans ARE available to those who can’t/prefer not to pay everything upfront at once.