A Body at TheraMotion, stays in Motion.

Trouble sleeping? Try some yoga.

Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritual discipline, originating in ancient India, with the goal of the attainment of a state of perfect spiritual insight and tranquility. The word is connected to practices in meditation throughout Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism. The word for ‘yoga’ was introduced by Patanjali in the...

Read More

Why try Personal Training with Theramotion?

Personal training is one of today’s most common ways to get into shape. As its name implies, personal training involves working one-on-one with a certified professional who also details a diet and exercise plan for their client to implement in order to reach their fitness goal. In fact, personal training...

Read More

What is Fibromyalgia?

Fibromyalgia is a neuromuscular disorder that affects millions of Americans. On average, fibromyalgia tends to be more common amongst women than in men, and seems to peak between the age range of 35-45 years old. It is a complex disorder, and causes widespread pain throughout the body. However, the most...

Read More

Theramotion presents: Taping, Bracing & Splinting

For athletes taping, bracing, and splinting are some of the most common ways to prevent and protect from injury. Depending on each individual’s specific injury, professionals may advise to use one of the aforementioned methods to assist with injury. When to use Tape Tape is generally considered to be an...

Read More

Relieving common neck pain

Neck pain, also known as cervical pain, is a common problem faced by many. The cervical spine consists of multiple vertebrae, the spinal cord, nerve roots, intervertebral discs, and muscles & ligaments. Because the neck is a complex and highly mobile structure, it is at greater risk for pain and...

Read More

Theramotion presents: Video Motion Analysis (Dartfish)

Video Motion Analysis (Dartfish) What is video motion analysis? Video motion analysis is the study of motion in humans, observing past what the naked eye is able to see. Despite similar walking patterns, individuals still have different joint and muscle properties. Based on video motion analysis findings, a doctor or...

Read More

Health Benefits of Pilates

In the 1920s, Joseph Pilates the designed an exercise method to strengthen the mind and body. Pilates realized that by using springs for resistance and/or assistance, he was able to help those who were bedridden complete an efficient exercise routine, which later became known as the modern-day Pilates method. Pilates...

Read More

Muscle Energy Technique

Muscle Energy Technique (MET)

Muscle Energy Technique (MET) is a manual therapy that uses the gentle muscle contractions of the patient to relax and lengthen muscles and normalize joint motion.   To define it specifically, it is “a direct manipulative procedure that uses a voluntary contraction of the patient’s muscles against a distinctly controlled...

Read More



Cryotherapy uses extreme cold to freeze and destroy tissue. It has been used for decades to treat common skin lesions, such as warts. How is cryotherapy performed? During an outpatient endoscopy, the endoscopist will place a catheter through the endoscope to deliver pressurized carbon dioxide (CO2), which cools the lining...

Read More