Watch the video to learn more about PMPT’s approach to your movement health.
Progressive Motion Physiotherapy, a physical therapy motion lab, is the intersection of breathwork and movement to enable body awareness, improve mobility performance, and treat the whole body through a holistic approach – reset, reorganize, and move.
We Help People
With the purpose of being the catalyst for individuals to explore their higher self through movement, PMPT strives to provide our clients with the tools to take control of their mobility potential enabling them to thrive in the relentless pursuit of a better self.
What they've said about us
We love helping people positively change their lives through improved movement.
“For 20 months I wasn't running and had foot pain walking and with certain shoes, due to a foot injury. Recently I was prescribed physical therapy, and luckily for me I found Progressive Motion.”Robert C.
“I highly recommend Dr. Josh. Several months ago, I was dealing with a severe bout of low back pain and sciatica. Josh took the time to listen to me and truly understand my problem and impact on my life.”Mandy K.
“I've been around good, bad and ugly with physical therapy and body maintenance. After 5 years in professional baseball Joey Salgado is one of the best connections I've made.”Braden B.
“I have seen many doctors and physical therapist throughout my life for the Cerebral Palsy that I have, but none have been able to help me, even a little bit, or relieve my pain like Josh.”Melika Z.
“From cupping to taping to CARS and so much more it's nice to have a pt combining all these different methods. I recommend progressive motion for people with pain, range of motion issues, and all athletes!”Michelle M.
THE PMPT PROCESS
We start each session with an assessment to guide our thought process. Reset is the manual therapy division of our system where we will use our hands for soft tissue, joint mobilization/manipulation, and myofascial decompression with cupping to “reset” the system. We couple many of our techniques with breathing to allow our clients to reach a parasympathetic state (“rest and digest” aka calming state).
This is the separating factor that we see is missing in most movement training. We use active breathwork to re-establish alignment between the rib cage and pelvis to optimize one’s posture and movement efficiency. Once this is established, we then focus on distal mobility training such as hips, knees, shoulders, etc.
This is usually where most people start in their fitness journey. Lifting heavy is usually common knowledge for getting stronger and more robust, but we take our clients through a process of resetting, reorganizing and then reloading the body with weights. This is where we become more resilient to injury!