Orthopedic and Sports Injury Rehabilitation

Our specialized rehabilitation programs include:

The Recovery Project is an industry-leading clinic that provides evidence-based, focused, and effective rehabilitation for children and adults living with orthopedic, work-related, or sport injuries.

Orthopedic and Sports Injury Rehabilitation. The Recovery Project is an industry-leading rehabilitation practice that provides evidence-based focused and effective rehabilitation for the pediatric through adult population with orthopedic, work-related, or sports injuries/pain.

Whether you are a high-level athlete or a weekend warrior, TRP has you covered. Ligament sprains, muscle strains, tendinopathies, fractures, and other more severe injuries that may require surgery can all be effectively treated with our physical and occupational therapy. Head, neck, shoulder, elbow, wrist/hand, back, hip, knee, and ankle/foot injuries are commonly seen by our therapists from clients of all ages. We have years of experience working with youth, high school, college, and professional athletes (NFL, NBA, MLB, MLS) and will work directly with you to get you back to your sport or activity safely and pain-free.

As a part of our wellness programs, we also offer injury prevention screenings that involve a joint by joint assessment from a physical therapist evaluating range of motion, strength, stability, and function to note any asymmetries or risk factors for injury. This helps us keep our athletes healthy and injury-free throughout the entire season.


It is estimated that approximately 25 million Americans deal with pain on a daily basis. A lot of people are told they just have to “live with the pain” and don’t realize that there are certain modalities out there that have been shown to improve one’s pain and quality of life. One of those is Dry Needling.
Dry needling is an evidence based technique that can be used for a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. It is not the same as acupuncture as it is not based on meridians/energy flow. It is instead a more direct type of therapy that uses fine needles to stimulate a healing response to the affected area

Dry needling is performed by a specially trained physical therapist. 

Dry needling for head/neck/upper extremity include:
Dry needling for back/lower extremity conditions include:

Concussion Management

Our team of physical, occupational, and speech therapists take a comprehensive approach to develop a personalized concussion recovery plan including hands-on therapy, cognitive therapy, vestibular rehabilitation, and return-to-activity training.