Our Equipment

We use state-of-the-art equipment for your therapy needs. Science and research, along with our own experience have led us to develop therapy sessions that work. We focus on real-world needs so you can have the independence you desire.

Dynavision D2

One of the most basic needs is to have accurate hand-eye coordination. The Dynavision D2 is used to help you retrain this skill and give you the foundation to develop many daily tasks you need to live the independent lifestyle you want.

Used For:

  • Medical
  • Rehabilitation
  • Athletic
  • Tactical

Evaluates and Trains:

  • Visual, cognitive, and motor function
  • Reaction time
  • Peripheral visual awareness
  • Active range-of-motion
  • Dynamic balance

Sports Training:

  • Improved reaction time
  • Visual awareness
  • Hand-eye coordination
  • Improved performance

Gaitkeeper Treadmill

Use of a Gaitsens analyses real-time movement when you are on our treadmill. It measures, generates reports, and gives our therapists feedback about your gait and balance. Multiple sessions with this equipment allow tracking of progression over time.

Used for:

  • Real-time data
  • Graphical representation of data
  • Records videos to correspond with feedback


  • Speed
  • Cadence
  • Swing time
  • Step length
  • Base of support
  • Weight-bearing dynamics


  • User selects parameters
  • Simple to understand
  • Visual and auditory cues
  • Records treatment for playback
  • Generates printable report

Universal Exercise Unit

A universal suspension system uses belts and elastic cords to give the client the support that is needed to maintain a position without assistance. This enables the client to perform exercises with full or partial weight-bearing.


  • Strength and flexibility
  • Balance
  • Post-traumatic rehabilitation
  • Motor learning
  • Movement
  • Sensory integration


  • Increase muscle strength
  • Prevent atrophies and contractures
  • Increase passive and active range of motion
  • Improve balance and coordination
  • Improve muscle flexibility


  • Crawling
  • Standing
  • Jumping

Stott Reformer

A reformer is used in pilates-style therapy. The reformer offers support to the client during their therapy session. This movement-based approach has improved accessibility and adaptability in your treatment session.


  • Latest research in exercise science
  • Newer fitness practices
  • Biomechanics
  • Functional fitness
  • Core-integrated bodyweight training
  • Mindful movement

Exercises for:

  • Injury prevention
  • Rehabilitation
  • Full-body therapy
  • Systemic approach


  • Observe and understand ideal movement strategies
  • Analyze inferior movements
  • Correlate movement with pain and pathology
  • Layer exercise to design effective programming

Surface Electromyography

A sEMG is used when a client has symptoms of a muscle or nerve disorder. This helps determine if there is a muscle disorder, a nerve disorder, or findings related to inflammation from an injury.


  • Tingling
  • Numbness
  • Muscle weakness
  • Muscle pain or cramping
  • Paralysis
  • Twitching

Underlying Conditions:

  • Muscle disorders
  • Motor neuron disorders
  • Radiculopathies
  • Peripheral nerve disorders
  • Nerve disorders


  • Electrodes measure nerve signals
  • Evaluates signal communication
  • A computer translates signals into graphs or numerical findings

Augmented Reality

Virtual reality is quickly becoming a mainstream activity. Using this in therapy is an engaging way to treat clients in their recovery and rehabilitation. Our therapists can customize the therapy session to the clients needs with this virtual tool. The success of the therapy involves two elements: Extended therapy practice and Progression of difficulty.

Functional Goals:

  • Eating
  • Oral hygiene
  • Sit to stand
  • Standing endurance
  • Balance
  • Range of motion
  • Activity tolerance


  • Tailors to client needs
  • Track progress
  • Documents gains
  • Automated data
  • Demonstrates the value of therapy
  • Enhance functional outcomes

Enhances Therapy:

  • Increases engagement
  • Enhances outcomes
  • Automates reporting
  • Enjoyable experience for clients

MediTouch HandTutor

Used in physical and occupational therapy, this gives our therapists information about the function of your fine motor skills in your fingers and wrists. An apparatus connected to a glove gives data related to your limitations.


  • Stroke
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Parkinsons disease
  • Head injuries
  • Regional pain


  • Evaluates speed
  • Range of motion
  • Motion analysis
  • Documents and reports data
  • Real-time performance feedback
  • Motivates and challenges the client

Enhances Therapy:

  • Increases active movement ability
  • Assisted active practice
  • Improves fine motor movement
  • Improves sensory movement
  • Improves cognitive impairments

Giger MD

The Giger therapy session is a highly effective technique that uses full-body movements. The coordinated movements will engage more than 30,000 joint articulations giving amazing results. Significant improvement is seen in motor, vegetative, and higher mental functions.


  • Damages to the central nervous system
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Circulatory disorders
  • Joint and back problems


  • Best physiological position for the clients needs
  • Limbs are kinematically connected to each other
  • Guided body movements


  • Changes neural network through relearning
  • Utilizes phase and frequency for organization
  • Stimulates and controls the formation of new nerve cells
  • Central Nervous System re-learning

Dry Needling

A dry needling session treats muscles and trigger points that are causing pain or discomfort. Filiform needles are used by the therapist, inserting the needles into the trigger points of your muscle tissue. This can be used to treat painful conditions systemwide.

Provides Relief:

  • Muscle pain
  • Stiffness
  • Improved flexibility
  • Increased range of motion
  • Normalizes dysfunction


  • Underlying myofascial trigger point
  • Oxygen-deprived scar tissue
  • Twitch reflex to decrease muscle contraction
  • Reduces irritation
  • Improves blood circulation
  • Activates the immune system
  • Reduction in inflammation throughout the body


  • Fibromyalgia
  • Sports injuries
  • Muscle pain
  • Migraines
  • Carpal tunnel
  • TMJ
  • Tendonitis


Posture and weight-bearing assistance in your therapy session are possible with our LiteGait treadmill system. Overhead straps control posture and provide support for clients of all functional and disability levels.

Therapists Are:

  • Hands-free
  • Focus on quality and quantity of practice
  • Bodyweight supported where needed
  • Symmetric upright positioning
  • Postural control

Progressively Challenging Activities:

  • Lower extremity pain
  • Lower extremity and trunk weakness
  • Weight-bearing restrictions
  • Amputation
  • Diminished cardiopulmonary function
  • Poor activity level


  • Controlled balance activities
  • Real-time feedback
  • 360 degrees rotation
  • Smart controller for self-adjustment

Get Started

Walk The Line - Recovery Therapies