Individual Treatment Programs

We are an Occupational Therapy practice specializing in Myofascial Release, specifically the John F. Barnes, P.T. Approach.  We also offer other modalities that are complementary and use them as needed in your care.  They include, but are not limited to:


  • Kineseotaping
  • Movement re-education
  • Therapeutic exercises
  • Sensory integration
  • Strengthening
  • ADL training
  • Body mechanics and ergonomics
  • Active listening and coaching
  • Meditation and body awareness training

Unlike other O.T. or P.T. private practices we devote your entire 45 minute or more of treatment solely to you.  We take pride in the quality of care we provide and we strive to ensure the success of your treatment program. We partner with our clients in their care, and count on them to report back to us the changes that they’ve noticed and as well participate in doing their home exercises.  A thorough home exercise program is given over time to each client so that they have a tool box of techniques they can use to help themselves.  And, it is true that the more you use your home exercise program the quicker you’ll see results, and the more long lasting they will be.

We bill health insurance companies as Occupational Therapists.  We currently bill in network for BCBS, Harvard Pilgrim, Cigna and soon Medicare.  We can also bill any insurance company for out of network benefits and for auto accident insurance. When clients contact us, we will look into their benefits for them, and find out what their coverage is.

Evaluating for fascial restrictions includes


  • a visual assessment in standing, sitting, lying and while moving
  • a tactile assessment of the tissues while treating
  • asking for feedback from the client about connected areas felt during treatment
  • an energetic assessment

Evaluation and treatment work best if you bring a pair of shorts and a workout top to change into.

Assessing is an ongoing process during treatment as the therapist is attuned to feeling the restrictions release and moving into the next barrier.