MS.PT.OSC.MTCFounder and practicioner
At Rebalance, we look at your WHOLE body to get to the root cause of your pain or dysfunction. We act as your bodyworker, movement specialist and gentle spinal mobilization therapist all in one. We understand your body, how to treat it and how to teach you to take care of it.READ MORE
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Founder and clinician Hina Sheth gives an introduction to Rebalance Physical Therapy including their philosophy of treatment, areas of specialty and even a walk-through of one of their clinics. At Rebalance Physical Therapy, our mission is to help you be as active as you can be and take control of your body by providing individualized, evidence-based physical therapy evaluation and treatment.
For Back Pain, Pelvic Pain & More...
Clients are often surprised by our extensive evaluation process. Often their injuries have been viewed as isolated symptoms without a holistic diagnosis. We tailor a customized treatment plan to address the full scope of your condition.
In order achieve your best alignment you have to release the right muscles and fascia that is creating the imbalance in your body.
In order to give you muscles the best platform to work most effectively then you need to have your joints and body in it's most optimal alignment.
Pain-free movement is what we strive to accomplish at Rebalance. However for you muscles to work correctly they have to have optimal body aligned to correctly.
"I was referred to Hina for treatment of a chronic knee injury. During our time together, Hina rehabilitated and strengthened … Continue reading "
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Posted March 13, 2019by Katherine Tancredi
Pain during intercourse is a symptom of pelvic pain. Pelvic pain can occur in anyone, including women who: –are postpartum … Continue reading Event: Do You Have Pain With Intercourse?Read More