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Orthopedic Rehabilitation

We treat al injuries that limit one's movement and thus affect function and lifestyle.


Our main objective is to provide integral rehabilitation to the patient as a whole.

We treat all orthopedic referrals, including but not limited to:


  • Lumbago

  • Muscle spasms

  • Sprains

  • Carpal tunnel

  • Scoliosis

  • Whiplash syndrome

  • Epicondylitis

  • Adhesive capsulitis

Adult Rehabilitation

According to the World Health Organization, the elderly population is growing. This increase in life expectancy goes hand in hand with active lifestyles and a quest to be independent for longer.  We design programs with these goals in mind, taking into account the special needs this population has such as decreased reaction times, strength and flexibility.

Sports Rehabilitation

The special needs of athletes are met, taking into account the particular skills required for the sport or dance activity they practice.  The rehabilitation focus is not only on the reintegration, but also on prevention of future injuries. 


Each patient is assessed to correct any negative impact from sources such as muscle imbalances, lack of flexibility or poor shoe wear.


Among the injuries are treated, we can mention:


  • Sprains

  • Muscle fatigue

  • Tibial periostitis

  • ACL injuries

  • Achilles tendonitis

  • Rotator cuff injuries

  • Metatarsalgias

Home Health

We provide our Physical Therapy services at home to patients whose decreased mobility keeps them from coming to the Clinic.

One to One Pilates

Private classes allow for personalized exercise prescription to each participant. Exercises can be progressed and tailored according to need and fitness level. These classes, on our Balanced Body Reformer, can be enjoyed by those who want to maximize their physical potential such as elite athletes to those with back problems, or those who are looking to start to become physically active.

Some of the many benefits of Pilates training are:


  • Improves flexibility

  • Prevents injuries

  • Strength training

  • Combat stress and muscle fatigue

  • Improved circulation

  • Core Stability

Circuit Classes

Circuit training is born at the University of Leeds, England, in 1953.  It was developed by RE Morgan and GT Anderson as a form of fitness training that combines aerobic with strength training to create a complete workout.


These classes last 50 minutes and combine cardio (using treadmil, cycles and or rower machine) with strength training (using weights, elastic bands, body weight and or Pilates) and stretching.  The duration and intensity of each exercise is personalized to each participant, as each group is no larger than three participants.


What are the benefits?


  •  Improved aerobic capacity

  •  Increased muscle strength

  •  Improves muscle tone

  •  Improved tolerance to fatigue

  •  Postural hygiene

This type of training is recommended for those who wish to strengthen, tone, improve flexibility and boost their aerobic capacity in a safe manner.



Pilates is a system of physical training that emphasizes control of the mind over the body. It focuses on principles such as: breathing, core activation, control, precision and fluidity of movement. This method was developed by Joseph Pilates at the turn of the twentiethcentury. He called it "Contrology" as it is designed to harmonize the body and mind.


Postoperative Rehabilitation

The last decade has been witness to a growing number of new rehabilitation protocols due to new surgical techniques, and increased involvement in competitive sports in our population. 


Postoperative rehabilitation at our Clinic is focused on return to regular activities and sports. We work closely with the surgeons involved to ensure the best results.


Our most important objectives are maintain close communication with your surgeon to ensure adequate progress of surgery.


Examples include:


  • Partial or total hip replacement

  • Partial or total knee replacement

  • ACL reconstruction

  • Rotator cuff repair

  • Repair labrum in the shoulder

  • Hand surgery with and without splints

  • Spinal surgeries

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