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Services

“Paula Ashbaugh has developed a physical therapy center that is well integrated.  As a Psychologist who specializes in trauma and pain management, I refer all of my patients to the Ashbaugh Center for Therapy.  The coordination of care to address both the physical and psychological needs of each patient is necessary to optimal recovery.  I have been seen by many other centers over many years.  Both professionally and personally I know that this is the cream of the crop!”
-- LeAnn Shepard, Psy.D. Licensed Psychologist

Services

  • Physical Therapy combines the science of human anatomy and biomechanics with the art of applying manual techniques to affect function.

  • Massage is more than a “feel good” thing after a hard day of playing or a particularly stressful week at the job, at home, at school … or from life, in general.

  • Dry Needling also referred to as Intramuscular Manual Therapy, is the use of solid filiform needles for therapy a muscle pain, spasm, neurological therapy, scar release, or connective tissue treatments.  

  • The Pilates Method is an innovative system of mind-body exercises evolved from the principles of Joseph H. Pilates.

  • Athletic Training is specifically geared to the athletic population from preparation to management of specific training programs to injury prevention and rehabilitation.