To ignore trends and treat the individual, not just the injury; to understand where clients are in their life and their physical goals; to customize care plans using best practices from the world of PT methodologies to expedite success; to guide clients on their path to injury resistance and peak performance; to get people back to doing what they love faster.
We are Doctors of Physical Therapy, Physical Therapy Residents & Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists
“Train for Life”
The ability to move better through life is the legacy we want to leave with all who experience the MAVEN method.
“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.”
— Arthur Ashe
This quote aptly reflects the process of taking on challenges (such as rehab). It’s a great foundation for the rehab process.Read More
“It's not the load that breaks an individual down.
It's the load they are not prepared for.”
— Tim Gabbett
If your body is not adequately trained to withstand activity, things will eventually break down and injuries will happen. As physical therapists, we help to adequately train and prepare our patients for whatever load or activity or goal they are working toward so that they can perform well and prevent future injury.Read More
“Set your goals high, and don't stop until you get there.”
— Bo Jackson
When times get tough, it can be easy to lose sight of the goal in mind. The MAVEN team is here to help you persevere and climb your highest mountains.Read More
“The principle is competing against yourself. It's about self-improvement, about being better than you were the day before.”
— Steve Young
Don’t compare anyone else’s journey to your own. Rehabilitation is a highly individual process where we can only ask each person to give their best for that given day. The goal is to keep moving forward along your own road to recovery.Read More
We train our bodies and minds for the life we want to live and that training is lifelong—the ability to move better through life is the legacy we want to leave with all who touch our practice.