Integrative Physical Therapy

The philosophy of Integrative Physical Therapy is firmly built on the belief that Your Body works In Perfect Unison when in balance… with all its inner systems working as a whole. These systems are interwoven by fascial networks surrounding and connecting structures like muscles, joints, nerves, arteries, and viscera (organs).

Residual scar tissue build-up from old injuries, surgeries, trauma and repetitive motions (i.e., work, driving, sports) disrupt the balance of your body’s fascial networks and can have a destructive effect on different parts of the body.

What Can Integrative Physical Therapy Do?

  • Optimize the effects of PRP and other regenerative medicine techniques
  • Enhance circulation for optimal healing
  • Restore balance of strength and flexibility to treat biomechanical dysfunction
  • Break down scar tissue
  • Rehabilitation from surgery and injury
  • Introduce a pathway out of injury and pain
  • Help you regain function from injury
  • Provide a whole body/being approach
  • Learn about pain science and how it affects your pain

Our Practitioners Who Specialize in Physical Therapy

Danél Lombard, MPT, PhD

Integrative Physical Therapist

A graduate of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia in 2002 with a master’s degree in physical therapy, Danél Lombard is a licensed physical therapist on a mission to help her patients live pain-free. Her passion is to help people optimize the musculoskeletal mechanism of their bodies utilizing both the scientifically proven techniques of physical therapy and the wisdom of Yoga.

Danél’s physical therapy experience ranges from acute care settings – such as acute rehabilitation, geriatrics, and pediatrics – to patients who want to maximize the strength of their musculoskeletal system to combat pain. Through her work of the last 16 years, Danél has experienced firsthand how profoundly nutrition influences health and well-being.

This Whole Body Approach

When a new injury occurs or an old injury resurfaces, it can cause an interruption of smooth function in that structure, which may create an unhealthy domino effect on the other structures of our body. Thus, for the most effective healing treatments it is important to assess any injury from a “Whole Body” point of view.

This Whole Body approach allows us to discover and treat the involved structures necessary to help the body heal and restore its inner equilibrium. This is where the combination of regenerative medicine and physical therapy is an optimal approach.

Treatment: What to Expect

  • A thorough intake and physical evaluation
  • Whole-body, hands-on treatments focused on myofascial and trigger point release
  • Therapeutic exercises to support the hands-on treatment and correct biomechanical dysfunction
  • An interactive experience: Your goals are our goals
  • A noticeable change: Improved strength and flexibility
  • A customized home program to help you optimize your recovery

Whether you prefer to receive treatment in the clinic or in your home, you will be guaranteed quality treatments that will result in decreased pain and return to optimal function.