At Fusion Wellness & Physical therapy, we emphasize the highest quality of care by only using licensed physical therapists to provide your treatment in a comforting, one-on-one setting. All of our physical therapists also hold additional advanced training certifications, including lymphaedema certification, pilates certification, massage therapy and stretch therapy. All visits are 60-90 minutes and unlicensed support staff are never used for any portion of your treatment session.
We offer a large range of orthopaedic services and treatments for acute, subacute and chronic injuries of bone, joints and muscles, including injuries sustained during sports or other activities.
Our experience solving a wide range of pelvic floor issues is unmatched in our field, including incontinence in men and women, painful intercourse issues, chronic pelvic pain and more.
Fusion Wellness is proud to offer a comprehensive cancer survivor rehabilitation program for men and women, including Lymphaedema therapy (complete manual decongestive therapy / manual lymphatic drainage), post radiation dilator use for pelvic area cancers, post-prostatectomy biofeedback for incontinence, garment recommendations, and more. On staff we have Laureen McVicker, PT, CLT, a Certified Lymphaedema Therapist with over three decades of experience and oversees our cancer rehabilitation program.
InTone is a home biofeedback and electrical stimulation device used to conservatively treat stress, urge and mixed urinary incontinence. Bladder leakage, even just a few drops is NOT normal. Bladder leakage can get WORSE if not treated. We also carry the InTone MV, for male urinary incontinence and male/female bowel incontinence.
Fusion Wellness PT offers Fascial Stretch Therapy™, an assisted-stretching system that unlocks the flexibility potential in your body! FST™ is a unique system of therapy & training that dramatically improves your flexibility by lengthening your fascia.
Fusion Wellness & Physical Therapy offers Low Level Laser Therapy (also known as Cold Laser therapy or phototherapy) for both acute and chronic conditions. It was approved by the FDA in 2002, after a landmark study proved it effective in treating severe Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.