The Functional Manual Therapy® (FMT) philosophy and structured system of patient care is founded on the recognition that all tissues of the body are intricately interconnected and that efficient balance and movement requires a dynamic interaction between the mechanical, neuromuscular and motor control systems. We believe that every person has the existing potential for improvement. We strive to unlock that potential by providing specialized care for individuals suffering from acute and chronic pain, neurological disorders, and complex sports related injuries. Using manual (hands on) therapy, we are trained to identify specific underlying dysfunctions leading to the root cause of your symptoms. Therapists continuing education is critical in remaining at the top of our game so you can remain at the top of yours. Our therapists hold advanced certifications in multiple specialized services and techniques including Functional Manual Therapy, Dry needling, and Kinesio Taping.
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Dr. Weldon is amazing. He has helped me with several different ailments as well as rehab after surgery. In my opinion, there is none better!
I was involved in a car accident about 1 1/2 years ago, and since I have developed severe neck, back, shoulder and arm pain, numbness and tingling. I am "only"... read more
I meet John through one of my clients that I care for and brought in for Pt, so my experience is with my clients progression and I have to say... read more
This is a genuine and honest testimonial. I didn't know Dr. Weldon prior to being treated by him. I was actually referred to him by another PT with... read more
Very helpful and patient. Extremely knowledgeable and it shows. Quickly experiencing positive changes in my feet and back. I am so glad I made the decision to come here. My... read more
Fantastic staff! Detail given to deep tissue issues ahead of PT exercises specific to the client's needs. They gave me confidence when I was struggling through the initial healing &... read more