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Physical Therapy Services

Manual Therapy:

to decrease pain, muscle spasms, improve joint mechanics by using specialized training in - muscle energy techniques, strain counter strain, myofascial release, joint mobilizations, soft tissue massage, and functional dry needling.

Therapeutic Exercises:

to correct muscle imbalances, gain in strength and control, improve endurance and flexibility. Programs are customized to meet the goals of the patient and the physical therapist.

Neuromusclular Re-education:

to improve muscle function and motor control after pain or injury utilizing neuromuscular stimulation and corrective and proprioceptive exercises

Gait and balance training:

to ensure correct gait mechanics, assess needs for assitive devices and train for safe and efficient walking. For athletes we want to improve balance and mechanics to reduce risk of re-injury when returning to sport.


to decompress the spine that can lead to back pain and nerve impingment, including mechanical cervical and lumbar as well as an inversion table.

Orthotic assessment and fabrication:

we provide semi - custom orthotic fabrication which gives the patient a more affordable option without the wait.


to help with pain reduction and reduce inflammation including electric stimulation, ultrasound, infared light, iontophoresis and taping (Kinisiotape and Leukotape).

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Manual Therapy

private rooms available at Moreland Physical Therapy

Private Rooms Available

balance exercise at physical therapy

Balance Exercise

electrical stimulation at physical therapy

Electrical Stimulation

kinesiotape leukotape at physical therapy

Kinesiotape and Leukotape

infared light physical therapy

Infared Light Therapy

Therapeutic Exercises

Therapeutic Exercises

Strength Training

Strength Training

Some of the conditions Moreland Physical Therapy treats include:

  • Upper extremity injuries including (Frozen shoulder, impingment, rotator cuff tears, tennis elbow and carpal tunnel syndrome)
  • Prosthetic Gait Training
  • Balance Problems
  • Hip, knee and ankle injuries including (sprains/strains, bursitis, ITB syndrome, and Post-stroke)
  • Headaches
  • Auto Accident injuries
  • Post-op and Pre-op therapy
  • Neurological conditions including (Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and Post-stroke)
  • Neck and Back Pain
  • Sports Injuries