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Welcome to Restore Physical Therapy and Wellness Center

We’re a holistic and integrative physical therapy practice. Our treatments are centered on patients’ bodies, minds, and emotional health. We know we can achieve the best outcomes by caring for the whole patient, not just their bodies. In each of our hands-on sessions, our clinicians work privately with patients to ensure an individualized, patient-centered experience. Before discharge, we progress each patient into a customized exercise program to ensure continued success after treatment.


Our goal is to empower patients to take charge of their own well-being and we know that a cooperative relationship between patient and clinician promotes and fosters healing. We rely on the principles of trustworthiness, support, collaboration, and empowerment in treating our patients. Our clinicians realize the impact of trauma and its effects on treatment and recovery and use a trauma-informed approach to actively avoid re-traumatization.

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Got brain fatigue? Get outside!

If you’ve ever become listless in front of a computer screen, incoherent during a meeting, or overwhelmed in traffic, you’ve experienced it: brain fatigue. Brain fatigue can leave you distracted and forgetful, and its cause is all around us in the form of too much information. Well, not just information, but excessive stimulation. Information technology, urbanization, and fast-pace workplaces all put too much strain on our brains. A study conducted last year in Edinburg...
Posted on 2014-03-10

Why everyone should walk 30 minutes a day

We’ve posted here before about the great benefits of walking – especially walking outdoors. This short piece from MindBodyGreen gives even more reasons to get out there and walk – and how to get the most out of your walk. The greatest piece of knowledge it shares is that in Japan, Shinrin-yoku — translated as “forest bathing” — is the act of walking in nature to manage stress and relax. And that is exactly how it should feel when you go for ...
Posted on 2014-03-07

When flexibility goes wrong

This post from the New York Times Sunday Review reveals a little secret that physical therapists have known for a long time: that being too flexible can be about as bad as being too tight – especially when you’re pushing your body to the limits in an activity like yoga. While people who are too tight can benefit from stretching exercises and taking up yoga, it is important that hypermobile (overly flexible) people do strengthening exercises to counterbalance their elasticity. ...
Posted on 2013-12-09
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