Path To Recovery

Walk The Line has come a long way from our humble beginnings as a spinal cord injury recovery program. In just over a decade we have evolved to a full-service facility that provides recovery-based physical therapy for individuals with neurological injuries or diseases, orthopedic physical therapy, and occupational therapy. 

The neuro PT program has a unique protocol that utilizes principles of neuroplasticity, principles of motor learning, and mechanisms of full load-bearing to encourage the recovery of function in individuals with neurological impairments. 

The orthopedic PT program utilizes traditional rehabilitation protocols for more typical orthopedic injuries but also has a unique back pain relief protocol and offers dry needling with a manual therapy component. 

The occupational therapy program works with a variety of injuries and modalities to bring about functional improvements in activities of daily living.

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How We Are Different…

We offer therapy practices you won’t find anywhere else.


Therapy using our Dynavision system focuses on our ability to use our eyes to track our movements, also known as hand-eye coordination. Depth perception, peripheral vision, and functional mobility are the type of skills refined and rebuilt with this technique. Visual, cognitive, and motor deficits pose challenges in our daily activities and it is our goal to help you become independent again.

Functional Mobility Exercises

Limited mobility can lead to joint deterioration and muscle atrophy. Limited mobility also causes extra strain on the body as it needs to compensate for the restricted areas. Muscles may lose function, causing aches and pains. This can be avoided by working with a physical therapist using a targeted exercise routine.

Wireless Surface EMG

Therapy using this type of sensor is especially valuable in those affected by spinal cord injuries (SCI). The sEMG device will be used in conjunction with other therapies to assess the myoelectric output of a muscle, providing objective answers to questions about your abilities and limitations.


Pilates is not only an exercise that strengthens your core through training the muscles. It is also a mind-body connection that gives mental focus to the physical movements we are working on. You will not work on the amount of exercise you have, but more on the quality of movements, stability, and control over the movements as you are working on them. 

Strengthening Exercises

Strength training using resistance to improve muscle function is a vital part of your therapy process. Improving strength will give you endurance and stability to bring you back to optimal function. Following an injury or surgery, you should always consult with your medical doctor and a qualified therapist prior to starting any strength training routine.


Biofeedback involves using sensors to get information about your body, movements, pain triggers, and other valuable information while you are active. This helps you to alter your movements, using different muscles to achieve the desired goals. 

Dry Needling

While similar to acupuncture, dry needling has a different goal. Dry needling treats muscle tissue for pain reduction, trigger point therapy, and restoring function. It can be used to treat musculoskeletal issues in the shoulders, neck, heel, hip, and back. Dry needling penetrates the skin treating neuromusculoskeletal pain and movement impairments by inserting the needle into muscle tissue at points where there is a contracted or tightness in the muscle tissue, called trigger points. The application of this therapy decreases tightness, increases blood flow, and reduces local and referred pain patterns, while posture, impaired movement, and function are restored.

Core Strength and Stability

You may have heard about core strength and stability exercises. Working with the bodys core develops the foundation for all other therapies. In this therapy, we target the back and pelvic muscle groups. Ensuring your core is strong and healthy reduces some acute and chronic overuse syndromes.

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