Injury Rehabilitation

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We Are Movement Specialists 

Body In MOTION knows the mechanics of the human body. Our Injury Rehabilitation and Prevention Program is done in our facility with a hands-on approach that is imperative to your short term and long term recovery. Restoring your athletic lifestyle back to normal following an injury requires thorough examination, proper diagnosis, and a specific rehabilitative exercise program. Correcting any major muscle injuries before beginning your rehabilitative exercise program is vital. Muscle imbalances prevent your joints from aligning and functioning properly. Poor joint function will disrupt your ability to move — putting you at greater risk for injury, chronic muscle pain, and joint pain. 

We provide a range of services including: 

  • Sports Injury Clinics 
  • Running Coaching and Assessment 
  • Massage Therapy for sports massage and soft tissue repair 
  • Prehabilitation, a specialized program that helps decrease the incidence of acute and overuse injuries


The expert trainers and sports rehabilitation professionals will first look at how your body is functioning as a whole before developing custom rehabilitation exercises. Movement is a coordinated effort involving your brain, spinal cord, and muscles. Our rehabilitation experts assess your movement and any muscle imbalances during a comprehensive, hands-on sports injury examination.

Whether you’re a weekend sports lover or a triathlete, suffering from a bad back or recovering from a specific injury, you know how impaired movement and pain can keep you from doing the things you want and need to do. Body In MOTIONS’s rehabilitation exam pinpoints your body’s weak points and injuries. Based on the examination’s findings, we will design a corrective exercise routine tailored to your exact needs. And once your body is balanced, and more stable, a total fitness program can be designed to keep you performing properly. Let the physical therapy professionals at Body in MOTION help you get you back on your feet and back in action.