Why Precision Rehabilitation?

Precision movements are performed with exceptionally low tolerances, are repeatable, and are sustainable over time. Whether you are talking about a machine or your body, the same principles apply.

The basic idea is that your body’s movements obey cause and effect relationships that are within our ability to understand and control, and that there is little that is random about its behavior. Everything happens for a reason and we can manage those reasons. Our goal is to identify and treat the cause to the get you back into the rhythm of your daily life quickly and safely.

We are precisely what you need…

At Precision Rehabilitation, we are dedicated to our patient’s success and well-being. This is a collaborative effort between your physical therapist, doctors, and you, the patient, to develop the most successful treatment plan to fit your individual needs. Our focus is to correct your primary issue by identifying the problems, treating the cause, and educating you on how to avoid a relapse and/or future issue.

Areas We Specialize In

Neck and Back Pain

Pain in the neck and back is the most common complaint that people come into our office with. Sciatica caused by herniated/ bulging discs and stenosis is extremely common and treatable with physical therapy.

Jaw Pain

Popping or locking of the jaw can occur with or without pain. This sensation commonly comes with a headache. It is a sign that the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is not working properly.

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain with movement, especially overhead, is commonly caused by an irritated rotator cuff. We treat tendonitis, partial tears and even complete tears.


Dizziness caused by inner ear canal injury can drastically affect your quality of life and is a common cause for falls in the home. Finding out what is causing the dizziness is the first step to recovery.

Foot Pain

It’s rare to go through life without some form of foot and ankle pain and the main issue we see is heel pain. Stabbing pain (plantar fasciitis) in the bottom of the foot is as a result of poor muscle activation in the foot and hip are usually to blame.


Falls in the home cause 95% of hip fractures in this country. Most of these falls are preventable through our balance improvement program.