Myofascial Release Therapy – Breakthrough in Pain Relief
Myofascial release can greatly help reduce headaches, neck and back pain, shoulder pain, pelvic and hip pain.
Personalized Hands-On Physical Therapy
We offer a unique blend of Myofascial Release, soft tissue and skeletal mobilization, management & education.
ServicesMyofascial Release Therapy – Breakthrough in Pain Relief
An Amazing Breakthrough in Pain Relief Myofascial Release is a relatively new addition to the techniques of the physical therapist. Because it is somewhat different from traditional physical therapy, many people are unaware of what it is and how it works. Myofascial Release (MFR)...Personalized Hands-On Physical Therapy
More than just Physical Therapy At North Tahoe Physical Therapy, we offer a unique combination of Myofascial Release, Hands-on soft tissue mobilization, skeletal mobilizations, Pilates- based exercises, Education and Self Management. Our therapists are highly trained, experienced...Women’s Health and Wellness
Our Women’s Health Program offers assistance to clients within a caring and private setting. Jane K. O’Brien, MSPT, member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Section on Women’s Health, will create a treatment program tailored specifically for the individual needs...
News and ArticlesOffices Closing in February
January 30, 2014
North Tahoe Physical Therapy will be closing our offices in February 2014. The Incline Village office will close on February 14, 2014. Our Reno office will close February 28, 2014. We have enjoyed serving the Lake Tahoe area over the years and wish all of our patrons the very best. Current patients should talk to our office about their treatment plans. Jane O’Brien, PT will begin seeing patients at Barbieri PT starting March 1, 2014, located at 6490 South McCarran...
Incline Village Office Moving February 1st
January 19, 2013
Effective February 1, 2013 we are moving to 873 Tahoe Blvd Ste 2. Incline Village, NV near the Wildflower Cafe. Same great care!! We look forward to seeing you there. View Larger Map Read More →
Backpacks and Your Back
September 1, 2012
School has begun Incline Village! Once again, we see the blinking lights in school zones and cross walks. Parents and students have made the trip to the stores to stock up on the necessary school supplies. This is also the return of backpacks heavily laden with books and supplies. It is well known to Physical Therapists that back packs can cause undue strain on a back and neck if improperly worn. Often, I have treated school aged children and adults for back and neck pain only...