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Physical Therapy

Catering to Aspiring Champions at Rehabletics, we specialize in comprehensive care for a spectrum of injuries and conditions that young athletes and active adults face. Our physical therapists bring a wealth of experience working with top-level athletes from leagues like the NFL, MLB, NBA, and Olympic disciplines, extending to sports such as tennis and Crossfit.

Our focus at Rehabletics is to precisely identify the source of discomfort and create a customized treatment plan for a smooth, pain-free return to sports and daily activities. Tailoring our approach, our therapists guide each individual through specialized exercises, aiming to enhance flexibility, build strength, and improve endurance. This is more than rehabilitation; it’s a journey to restoring and elevating your physical prowess to its full potential.


  • Blood flow restriction
  • Cupping
  • Dry needling
  • Kinesiology Taping
  • Red Light
  • Graston/IASTM
  • Manual Therapy

Cupping Therapy:

At Rehabletics, cupping therapy is a key component of our athletic treatment repertoire. This ancient technique, renowned for its effectiveness, is used to alleviate muscle stiffness, enhance blood flow, and promote faster recovery from intense training and competitions. Athletes particularly benefit from its ability to target deep tissue layers, easing pain and improving mobility. By integrating cupping into our comprehensive care plans, we offer athletes a proven method to maintain peak physical condition and reduce injury downtime.


At Rehabletics, we utilize shockwave therapy as a cutting-edge solution for our athletic clientele. This advanced treatment accelerates healing, particularly effective in addressing tendon and soft tissue injuries common among athletes. Shockwave therapy works by stimulating the body’s natural repair mechanisms, reducing pain and enhancing recovery speed. It’s an integral part of our approach to keep athletes at their peak, ensuring they return to their sport stronger and with reduced risk of re-injury.