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Physical Therapy

At DNA we use a functional and dynamic approach to patient care using both active and traditional manual therapy, along with therapeutic and corrective exercise interventions. These techniques are based on research and the expertise of our therapists working with athletes at every level.

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Small Group Training led by a Licensed Physical Therapist

Small group training is a natural extension and complement to physical therapy. Our classes utilize the expertise of a licensed physical therapist to lead the training, providing the athlete with a truly unique experience.

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Performance Training

At DNA our performance training provides you a one-on-one experience when you are not in need of physical therapy. Using the principles of functional training, you are able to enhance your athletic execution and learn to prevent potential injuries.

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Our goal is to develop, enhance and maintain your natural skills as an athletic person. This empowers you to live an active and healthy lifestyle while achieving athletic endeavors safely and competitively. Everyone that comes to our facility is defined as an athlete regardless of their background, experience or level of athleticism. There is a Dynamic Natural Athlete in all of us. Let us inspire you to UNLEASH your DNA!

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What people are saying about DNA small group training ...  "Was that a class targeting my low back pain? It feels so much better and I feel stronger since doing class!"

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Upcoming Events at DNA Physical Therapy & Athletics

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Exercise of the Day!

Functional Movement of the Week!

*Always consult a healthcare professional before beginning any exercise. If you experience any pain or difficulty with these exercises, stop and consult your healthcare provider.

Quadruped T-Spine Rotation Lumbar Locked

This is a self-stretch with the low back in a firm position to increase t-spine rotation while stabilizing one side.

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Get into a quadruped position and sit the buttocks on the heels with the elbows and forearms placed firmly in the floor.  Place one hand on your low back, palm facing away from the back.  Then, look toward and rotate that shoulder toward the ceiling.  Return to the starting position and proceed to take the shoulder toward the floor.  Keep the post arm firm. Next, place one hand behind the head and on the neck and repeat the exercise leading with the elbow.  Return to the starting position.