Orthopedic Programs

Back & Neck • Hand & Wrist • Shoulder & Elbow • Foot & Ankle & Hip • Knee & Lower Leg

Many orthopedic conditions require physical therapy in order to achieve the most positive outcomes. Genesis Physical Therapy provides the most effective, most experienced care available to treat these orthopedic problems with a customized therapy program that your therapist and your doctor agree is right for you.

Neurological Rehabilitation

Neurological disorders, which affect the body's nervous system, can occur in people of all ages. At Genesis Physical Therapy, our experienced clinicians work with those who suffer from common neurological conditions.

Sports Programs

Whether you are a casual or competitive athlete, participating in sporting activities is important to you. At Genesis Physical Therapy, we know you want to get back to doing what you love to do. Our skilled clinicians offer comprehensive physical therapy to help injured athletes like you get back to your game quickly and safely.

Sports injuries vary according tot he type of sport in which you participate. We treat all kinds of the most common injuries and even rare injuries as well.

Aquatic Therapy

At Genesis Physical Therapy, we specialize in aquatic therapy, providing patients an ideal atmosphere for progressive early intervention with activities and exercises designed to achieve positive treatment results.

By reducing gravity's effect, water reduces pressure on joints, relieving physical stress and increasing your flexibility for a faster recovery. Because the water provides support for weight-bearing joints, treatment can begin sooner. There is a full range of benefits to this type of therapy.

Pre-Natal and Post-Partum Therapy

Throughout pregnancy, a woman's body experiences a number of physiologic and physical changes. Changes in hormones and weight affect your ligaments and joints, while the growing baby will change your posture and stretch your pre-natal pelvic and abdominal muscles, challenging them in the post-partum months.

That's why more women are turning to physical therapy to help them cope with and minimize the common complaints during pregnancy and after delivery.


Pilates is a form of exercise that utilizes breathing techniques to help build strength, balance and flexibility. Pilates is a non-impact type of exercise that can be performed by people with limited physical ability, pregnant women, and those who use wheelchairs or are rehabilitating from injuries.

When you begin Pilates, your therapist will evaluate you and create a program uniquely for your needs. You will perform exercises, stretches, and use exercise machines to strengthen your muscles and improve flexibility to build a stronger core.

Balance Disorders - Vestibular Therapy

Your vestibular system, located in your inner ear, is needed for balance and sense of position. Coordinated muscle movements continually move your body and keep it in an upright position. If any of the systems are disrupted, balance problems and dizziness can occur. Our vestibular rehabilitation program offers an effective, non-invasive and drug-free treatment for people who suffer from inner ear disorders.

Independent Exercise Program

Many patients want to keep on an exercise and strengthening program once their formal treatments are completed. But many of these people are apprehensive because they think they may revisit their previous condition.