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Ryley and Kristen

Ryley and Kristen

iPOWPhysical Therapy Services

With an emphasis on manual therapy, education, and corrective exercise, we treat back/neck pain, joint pain, strains/sprains, balance problems, gait abnormalities, stroke, progressive neurological disorders, and a variety of other musculoskeletal conditions.

iPOWDeep Tissue Laser

Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) is a non-invasive treatment used to reduce pain and speed healing. Class IV Deep Tissue Lasers allow for the delivery of a therapeutic dose in a fraction of the time required for traditional laser therapy treatment.

iPOWAlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill

The AlterG Treadmill reduces impact forces when walking or running and is ideal for those with sport injury, joint/back pain, neurological disorders, balance problems, or weight issues.


Developed by Norwegian physiotherapists, Redcord Active Suspension is a revolutionary new treatment approach for those with musculo-skeletal pain; especially those for whom other approaches have failed.

iPOWIn Home Therapy Services

iPOW has partnered with our sister company, Catalyst Rehabilitation, to offer Physical Therapy services in the home setting. That's right, if you're home-bound, lack access to transportation, or simply prefer to receive care in the comfort of your own home, we'll come to you! For more information, call (806) 803-9165.

iPOWConcussion/ Neuro Experts

Your brain is your body’s command center. Its soft, sensitive tissues float in a cushioning fluid within the hard and sturdy skull. But a swift blow to the head or violent shaking can override these protections and lead to a mild type of brain injury known as a concussion.

iPOWKnee-Hab Program

Designed specifically for arthritis sufferers who wish to avoid knee-replacement surgery, the Knee-Hab Program is a progressive, six-week therapy course with three primary goals: 1) reduce/eliminate arthritic knee pain, 2) restore knee joint integrity, and 3) resume normal, age-appropriate activity.