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At Bodyworks Physical Therapy, we are passionate about personalized patient care. We take the time to find the source of your problem and return you to living your life as quickly as possible.

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Aquatic Therapy at Bodyworks

At Bodyworks Physical Therapy, we know that certain conditions and injuries are best treated while you are in water maintained at therapeutic temperatures. Aquatic or water therapy provides a safe, effective environment to positively impact movement, strength, and function.  Aquatic therapy uses buoyancy to support your weight, reducing the pain and stress placed on specific muscles and joints and enabling greater freedom. Warm water also allows muscles to relax and blood flow to be increased to injured areas.  Aquatic therapy can also help you function at levels not possible on land, without the fear of falling, which affords physical gains and positive reinforcement.

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Our Services

Lower Back & Neck Pain

Gentle manual therapy and spinal stabilization techniques for long-term solutions to neck pain, back pain, sciatica and herniated discs.

Orthopedic Conditions

Treatment for injuries, pains and strains in all areas of the body – shoulder, neck, back, hip, knee, elbow and wrist.

TMJ Dysfunction

Manual therapy to increase range of motion, repositioning the disc, decrease muscle tightness and reduce stress on the jaw joint(s).

Vestibular & Balance Rehabilitation

Corrective treatment for Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV).

Flywheel Training

Strength training using Flywheels, disc-based machines that spin to provide resistance.


An alternative form of ascial release. This therapy can help with pain, relaxation, muscle “knots” and more!

Muscle Activation Technique®

This non-invasive technique assesses and corrects muscular imbalances.

Dry Needling

Effective therapy utilizing very fine needles to relax trigger points or “knots” in muscles

Women’s Health

Compassionate and comprehensive therapy for women of all ages and stages of life.

Post-Surgical Rehab

Following a procedure, our commitment is to return a patient to their prior physical function.

Manual Therapy

Specific evidence-based techniques used to evaluate and treat soft tissue imbalances & joint injuries.

Massage Therapy

The well-known benefits of massage include reducing pain, stress, and muscle tension.

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I recently had knee surgery and did my physical therapy with Greg at Bodyworks. He used Blood Flow Restriction Training as part of my treatment, and it was amazing! I feel like my strength came back so much more quickly than if we hadn’t done BFR. Greg did a great job with my therapy, and I am so happy that I chose a facility with state-of-the-art equipment like BFR!

Julie Ketterling

All of the staff and therapists have been very friendly and helpful. The therapist’s skill and treatments have been a major reason for my continued successful recovery from the three surgeries I have endured this past year. Actually look forward to my PT appointments!

Charles Canning

As a runner & a mother of a now 2 year old, I had been struggling with injury for over a year. I went to the chiropractor, physical therapy, deep tissue massage & did strength training. After many unsuccessful treatment plans & options, I was referred to Amanda at Bodyworks & went to my first appointment on May 7th. At the time, I was just over a month out from Grandma's Marathon & had really no hope of even finishing it. Amanda was amazing! She instantly knew what was wrong & how to treat it. We weren't expecting such a fast recovery, especially since I amped up training in the last month while being treated. I was able to finish the marathon & qualify for Boston. This would not have been possible without the help from Amanda & referral to Bodyworks!

Tanya Haas

I have been to Bodyworks on and off for almost two years following the birth of my twins. Sara Metzger is an incredible physical therapist! She is fun, kind, patient, and effective. Support staff are incredible as well. If you’re looking for personalized and personable care, come here!

Katie Nylander

My experience here has been top notch! The team here is always a joy to see, always friendly and happy! They worked with me to find the root cause of my issues (lower back pain for many years), and where able to explain everything to me In a way that I understood. The knowledge I gained helped me to prevent further issues and the constant need to always go see the chiropractor every year.

Shane Bruns

Over the years, I have been the recipient of remarkable skill and care from various therapists at Body Works. When I was referred to physical therapy for extreme foot pain, though, I was seriously skeptical. Tight feet? Really?

WELL! Drew's work with me and my feet literally changed my life! I was even awakened in the night with foot pain, and now I have virtually none. Who knew? I am deeply grateful and would go nowhere else the next time I need physical therapy. They are fabulous!

Susan Fuglie

I used the flywheel trainer at Bodyworks for a few exercises to strengthen my shoulder muscles. I really liked how I could not only feel my muscles working while I was pulling it, but also as I was straightening my arm as well because there was still tension there. It was also a very useful tool because I was able to do multiple different exercises with just one piece of equipment!

Rachel Mitchell


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