We help women and men over 40 and their families stay active and fit without surgery or pain medications.

OUR PATIENT’S SUCCESS STORIES

  • We help women and men over 40 and their families stay active and fit without surgery or pain medications.

  • We help women and men over 40 and their families stay active and fit without surgery or pain medications.

  • We help women and men over 40 and their families stay active and fit without surgery or pain medications.

  • Learn natural ways to stop sciatica pain, the most being physical therapy. Learn what you can do to start the path to recovery.

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  • The sooner you address the root of your pain, the less risk for long- term damage to your spine.

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  • Take care of your body with an exercise plan, walking/running techniques, and body mechanics for long- lasting results.

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PHYSICAL THERAPY SERVICES WE PROVIDE

At Next Level Physio, we specialize in targeting affected areas with the latest,
most advanced therapies available to get you back to doing what you love.

VO2 MAX TEST

VO2 MAX TEST

KINESIO TAPING

KINESIO TAPING

DEEP MUSCLE STIMULATION

DEEP MUSCLE STIMULATION

ELECTRICAL STIMULATION

ELECTRICAL STIMULATION

CUPPING

CUPPING

NORMATEC COMPRESSION BOOTS

NORMATEC COMPRESSION BOOTS

IASTM

IASTM

EUMOTUS BODY WATCH

EUMOTUS BODY WATCH

Metabolic Testing

Metabolic Testing

Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy

Myzone HR Monitor

Myzone HR Monitor

BFR Therapy

BFR Therapy

ANTI-GRAVITY TREADMILL

ANTI-GRAVITY TREADMILL Is Here!!

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EMOMs stand for “Every Minute on the Minute.” AMRAPs stand for “As Many Reps as Possible.” There are many benefits to both EMOM and AMRAP workouts.

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EMOMs stand for “Every Minute on the Minute.” AMRAPs stand for “As Many Reps as Possible.” There are many benefits to both EMOM and AMRAP workouts.Looking for more information in adding these to your daily workout routine? Contact us! https://nextlevelphysionj.com/contact/#NextLevelPhysio

Millions of Americans are risking serious health consequences simply because they do too much sitting and not enough moving around. You may not find that information shocking, especially if you’re one of those 80 percent.

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Welcome to our "Meet the Team" series.

While things are still up in the air, we wanted to share valuable tips to help you work through some of the physical effects you might be experiencing.
Check back regularly to learn more about your favorite physical therapists at Next Level Physio and get their expert advice on dealing with common aches and pains. First up is Dr. Pam.

What influenced you to become a physical therapist?
When I was 12 years old, I tore my ACL playing soccer. Among the injuries you don’t want- that’s one of them. I had surgery and went to PT 3x/week for months. All of my significant playing in soccer at Northern Highlands High School and Johns Hopkins University was post-op and I wouldn’t have been able to do that without the successful rehab of my knee.

Why do you feel physical therapy is so important?
Physical Therapists are movement experts. At Next Level Physio, our goal is to merge rehab and fitness. We believe Physical Therapy should be a place where you go to to learn how to move, not just the place you go to after you get hurt. As we grow up, we are taught how to read, write, and play an instrument but we are never really taught the proper way to walk, bend, squat, etc. Learning how to move is essential to improve activity tolerance, decrease the risk of injury, and get the most out of life.

How do you incorporate physical therapy into your own life?
Everyday, I use principles of PT to guide my movement. Whether, I am working on my knee to get back to the activities I love or just decompressing after a long day. The knowledge of anatomy, loading principles, and movement options help me to design specific workouts to stay balanced.

How do you like to stay active?
Exercise is on the bottom of my pyramid of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs! More than staying physically healthy, getting my body moving clears my mind and helps my head get through the day. Whether it’s going for a walk, jumping in the pool, or designing a high intensity circuit to get my heart and lungs pumping, I always feel better when I am done.

If there was one stretch/exercise we should be doing every day, which one would it be?
Right now, I’d say 90/90 breathing. It’s a foundational position where we can utilize specific breathing techniques to reduce pain and tension, calm the nervous system and improve range of motion all at once. The goal is to counteract the extended posture we get stuck in where our rib cage flares and our pelvis tilts forward. When done right- works every time.
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Welcome to our Meet the Team series.While things are still up in the air, we wanted to share valuable tips to help you work through some of the physical effects you might be experiencing.
Check back regularly to learn more about your favorite physical therapists at Next Level Physio and get their expert advice on dealing with common aches and pains. First up is Dr. Pam.What influenced you to become a physical therapist?
When I was 12 years old, I tore my ACL playing soccer. Among the injuries you don’t want- that’s one of them. I had surgery and went to PT 3x/week for months. All of my significant playing in soccer at Northern Highlands High School and Johns Hopkins University was post-op and I wouldn’t have been able to do that without the successful rehab of my knee.
Why do you feel physical therapy is so important?
Physical Therapists are movement experts. At Next Level Physio, our goal is to merge rehab and fitness. We believe Physical Therapy should be a place where you go to to learn how to move, not just the place you go to after you get hurt. As we grow up, we are taught how to read, write, and play an instrument but we are never really taught the proper way to walk, bend, squat, etc. Learning how to move is essential to improve activity tolerance, decrease the risk of injury, and get the most out of life.
How do you incorporate physical therapy into your own life?
Everyday, I use principles of PT to guide my movement. Whether, I am working on my knee to get back to the activities I love or just decompressing after a long day. The knowledge of anatomy, loading principles, and movement options help me to design specific workouts to stay balanced.
How do you like to stay active?
Exercise is on the bottom of my pyramid of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs! More than staying physically healthy, getting my body moving clears my mind and helps my head get through the day. Whether it’s going for a walk, jumping in the pool, or designing a high intensity circuit to get my heart and lungs pumping, I always feel better when I am done.
If there was one stretch/exercise we should be doing every day, which one would it be?
Right now, I’d say 90/90 breathing. It’s a foundational position where we can utilize specific breathing techniques to reduce pain and tension, calm the nervous system and improve range of motion all at once. The goal is to counteract the extended posture we get stuck in where our rib cage flares and our pelvis tilts forward. When done right- works every time.