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Welcome to Healthy Focus PT

At Healthy Focus Physical Therapy we are dedicated to serving you with compassion and skill. Years of experience and professional education demonstrate a commitment to excellence by each member of our staff. Treatment at HFPT is quality rehabilitation where extended appointment times make us unique and allow us to provide integrated treatments in a relaxed
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Talk With Your Doctor

A referral from your doctor is usually required by your insurance company to see us. Your doctor will evaluate your condition and may do additional testing before determining whether physical therapy may be helpful. You can start the referral process by asking your doctor if physical therapy is right for your condition. If you want
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About Us

Healthy Focus Physical Therapy opened in 2004 with the purpose of providing physical therapy care to women struggling with symptoms unique to them. On the journey to providing better care for women our physical therapists have developed skills to treat problems of the pelvic floor muscles, pelvic pain, bladder and bowel control problems, painful intercourse, and breast cancer recovery.


After surgery or injury we can help you return to health by finding the cause of your symptoms. Examination of bone alignment, muscle strength, tone, and nerve tissue is a process of observing the whole body. We use an integrated, hands-on approach to treatment directed at the tissues causing pain. Exercise, functional retraining, and manual therapy are combined to get you back to daily activity or performance without pain.

Women’s Health

Symptoms that are caused by conditions specific to women – such as pregnancy, caesarean section, hysterectomy, breast cancer, or hormone changes – are categorized as women’s health problems. Dysfunctional pelvic floor muscles cause symptoms in both men and women. Because of child birth, women tend to have more pelvic floor symptoms. Physical therapy offers skills and training to help you manage or resolve these symptoms.

Try Physical Therapy First

Physical therapy is a conservative approach – before medications or surgery – to managing muscle and joint conditions, nerve pain, women’s health conditions of the pelvis or pelvic floor muscle, as well as following breast cancer treatment.

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