PT Description


initial conversation

Let's get to know you, who you are, and how yo've come to the point where you're at.

Is this something new? Have you been dealing with injury from some time?

Any healing journey begins with a collaborative conversations and hearing your story so we can meet you where you're at.

dance|prehab evaluation

Let's start you strong in your rehab, or perhaps fill in the missing gaps in your healing, with your DANCE|PREHAB evaluation.

Your first session is where we can continue to dive deeper into your concerns with respect to your human AND dance performance needs.

plan for success

Everyone's process is going to be a little different, so what is yours? After establishing your baseline, we'll see how we need to approach your healing plan with your training and performance goals in mind.

Aside from rehab, we're also going to find ways to keep you moving with and around your healing process.

rehab is training in the presence of injury.

60 min
one-on-one care

dance-specific considerations

re-establish self confidence and trust

here for long term success

Year-round training program? College considerations? Let's craft a healing and learning experience make sense for your dance goals now and for the future.

Addressing your pain and injury is only the beginning. Building up your trust in your body and mind is a staple part of the DANCE|PREHAB healing process. Let's give your healing process a lifelong purpose.

work with and around your injury

Your healing begins now. Work with your injury to provide good stress so your body recognizes the demands of dance. We also work around your injury - building up the rest of your human foundations to further support your healing process to set you up for future training and performance.


Including, but not limited to...


  1. Spondylolisthesis
  2. Spondylolysis
  3. Disc Herniations
  4. Scoliosis
  5. Muscle spasms
  6. Stress fractures


  1. SI Joint Pain
  2. Labral tears
  3. Snapping hip syndrome
  4. Hip instability / Hypermobility
  5. Sciatica
  6. Hip Impingment / FAI
  7. Hip flexor tendinitis / strains
  8. Hamstring tendinitis / strains


  1. Meniscus tears
  2. Patellar dislocation/subluxation
  3. Hyperextension injuries
  4. Patellofemoral Pain
  5. MCL/LCL sprains
  6. Patellar tendonitis
  7. Osgood-Schlatters
  8. ITB syndrome


  1. Lateral/medial ankle sprains
  2. 5th Metatarsal Fracture
  3. Achilles tendinitis
  4. Sever's Disease
  5. Turf toe
  6. Lisfranc Injuries


  1. Thoracic pain
  2. Scapular instability
  3. Rotator cuff tears / tendinitis
  4. Shoulder dislocation / subluxations
  5. Scoliosis


  1. Muscle strains
  2. Concussions
  3. Cervicogenic headaches
  4. Whiplash
  5. Balance