Conditions Treated:


Common Diagnoses

Arthritis (Osteoarthritis), Trouble walking, Decreased mobility and strength, Balance difficulties, Joint Replacement, Low Back Pain (Stenosis, Degenerative Disc Disease, etc.), Parkinson’s Disease, Osteoporosis 

Research Says

Research shows that aging occurs in 100% of the population over time. With aging, there are normal changes that occur, including slight decreases in strength, endurance, bone density and cardiorespiratory fitness. Sometimes these normal changes are accelerated by a sedentary lifestyle, injury, or change in living situation. Research shows that physical therapy is a safe and effective way to increase mobility and quality of life. 

Why Motion Stability?

At Motion Stability, every minute of your appointment is spent directly with a skilled Doctor of Physical Therapy who will take the time to thoroughly evaluate you and prepare an individualized plan for meeting your goals. We understand the many challenges that come with aging, but also realize the potential that exists to dramatically improve your quality of life by moving better. We will work with you to improve your mobility, flexibility, strength and balance that often come with age-related changes. Our aim is to help you maximize the activity of your body so you can live your life to its fullest. 


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