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Physical Therapy

Dry Needling

Dry Needling is also known as intramuscular stimulation (IMS) and trigger point dry needling (TDN). It is a safe, effective and efficient treatment used to relax myofascial trigger points and restore normal muscle tones, muscle…

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

Pelvic floor physical therapy addresses pain, weakness, or dysfunction in the pelvic floor muscles. When these muscles function well and allow blood to flow to connective tissue and…

Women’s Health

Physical therapy is an option for women suffering from chronic or occasional pelvic pain. There are many reasons pelvic pain can happen. A certain type of pelvic therapy called “pelvic floor rehab” can help to reduce or eliminate your symptoms.

Birth Prep

Our pelvic floor physical therapists are able to address many issues related to pregnancy and pre-birth. Our staff are expertly trained pelvic floor physical therapists who spend many, many hours studying the pelvic floor…

Cupping

Cupping is not a new therapy although it had a recent surge in popularity as high-profile athletes have been seen with the characteristic large red dots on their skin during sporting events. Cupping in our clinic…

Manual Therapy

Visceral Manipulation is a specialized form of manual therapy that involves the gentle manipulation of the body’s internal organs. This technique aims to improve the mobility, function, and overall health of these organs by releasing…

What We Help With

The skilled providers on our team are capable of treating many different conditions. Check out our easy-to-use drop-down list for common issues that we treat.

Not sure if we can help or don’t see the specific condition you have on the list? Click the button below to schedule a free 20-minute phone consultation with one of our Doctors of Physical Therapy to find out how we can support you on your wellness journey.

General Conditions: arthritis, bursitis/tendinitis, dislocations, fractures, impingements, sprains, strains, and tears

Head: concussions, headaches

Spine: cervicalgia, disc herniation, disc degeneration, radiculopathy, rib pain, sciatica, SI joint dysfunction, spondylolisthesis, stenosis

Shoulder: rotator cuff injuries, labral tears, frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis), AC separation, impingement syndrome

Elbow: tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis), golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis), UCL injury

Wrist & Hand: carpal tunnel syndrome, radial tunnel syndrome, De Quervain’s tenosynovitis, scapholunate instability

Hip: femoroacetabular impingement, labral tear, IT band syndrome, piriformis syndrome, snapping hip syndrome

Knee: meniscus injuries, patellofemoral syndrome, chondromalacia patella, fat pad syndrome, Osgood-Schlatter disease

Foot & Ankle: ankle sprains, flat feet, plantar fasciitis, medial tibial stress syndrome, sinus tarsi syndrome

General Conditions: arthritis, bursitis/tendinitis, dislocations, fractures, impingements, sprains, strains, and tears

Head: concussions, headaches

Spine: cervical stingers, vertebral stress fracture, low back strains, herniated discs

Shoulder: thrower’s shoulder, SLAP tear, internal impingement, pec rupture, rotator cuff tear, scapular dyskinesia

Elbow: tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis), golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis), thrower’s elbow (UCL injury)

Wrist & Hand: cyclist’s palsy, De Quervain’s tenosynovitis, jersey finger, skier’s thumb, ulnar impaction syndrome

Hip: hamstring strain, IT band syndrome, femoral stress fracture

Knee: ACL/PCL tears, MCL/LCL sprains, meniscus injuries, cyclist’s knee, patellofemoral pain syndrome

Foot & Ankle: calf cramps, shin splints, ankle sprains, Lisfranc fractures, runner’s toe, turf toe, snowboarder’s ankle

Abdominal: diastasis recti abdominis (DRA), umbilical hernia, endometriosis, adenomyosis, PCOS, painful periods, uterine prolapse, post-hysterectomy, c-section pain or numbness

Bladder: stress incontinence, urgency, frequency, overactive bladder, interstitial cystitis (IC), urge incontinence, mixed incontinence, bladder retention, bladder prolapse (cystocele), recurrent UTIs, nocturia, bladder or urethral pain

Bowel: constipation, IBS, bloating, fecal incontinence, incomplete voiding, bowel prolapse, rectocele, hemorrhoids, anal fissures

Pelvic Pain: low back pain, tailbone pain, SI joint dysfunction, hip pain, pubic symphysis dysfunction (SPD), pelvic inflammatory disease, pelvic congestion syndrome

Sexual Dysfunction: dyspareunia (pain with intercourse), vulvodynia, vaginismus, erectile dysfunction, pain with erection/ejaculation

Pregnancy: bladder urgency/frequency, constipation, diastasis (DRA), hemorrhoids, incontinence, pain (hip, low back, pelvis, round ligament, SIJ), pubic symphysis dysfunction (SPD), vulvar varicosities

Postpartum: diastasis (DRA), incontinence, “mommy thumb”, pain (low back, pelvis, neck and shoulder), post-cesarean (C-section), prolapse

Birth preparation: how to push during birth, immediate postpartum recovery steps, labor and birth positions, partner strategies, pelvic mobility and opening, perineal massage

General Conditions: neuropathy, palsies, paresthesia, radiculopathy, vestibulopathy

Head & Neck: cervicogenic dizziness, cluster headaches, concussion, migraines, post-concussion syndrome, traumatic brain injuries, trigeminal neuralgia, whiplash associated disorder

Neurodegenerative: amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD), multiple sclerosis (MS), myasthenia gravis, primary lateral sclerosis (PLS), Parkinson’s disease, post polio syndrome, and spinal muscular atrophy (SMA)

Neuromuscular: Bell’s palsy, brachial plexus injury, Charcot-Marie-Tooth, Erb’s Palsy, foot drop, Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS)

Vestibular: balance impairments, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), dizziness, labyrinthitis, mal de débarquement, Meiniere’s disease, persistent postural perceptual dizziness (PPPD), tinnitus, vertigo, vestibular hypofunction, vestibular insufficiency, vestibular neuritis

Other: acoustic neuroma, diabetic neuropathy, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), orthostatic hypotension, overactive bladder syndrome, spinal cord injuries, stroke

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Saturday
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Closed on Sundays

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Pregnancy, Postpartum, and Pelvic Health Expert

Dr. Lindsay Durand Massumi, PT, DPT, is a licensed pelvic health and orthopedic physical therapist and health coach practicing in Leesburg and Chantilly. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Creighton University in Omaha, NE, and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the prestigious Washington University in St. Louis Medical School.

Growing up a competitive gymnast, dancer, and track athlete, Lindsay always knew she wanted to enter the field of physical therapy. Dr. Lindsay then discovered pelvic health physical therapy as an undergrad and completed her first independent research study on joint mechanics of walking in high heel shoes. Since undergrad, Dr. Lindsay has been involved in conducting and promoting physical therapy research to advance outcomes for patients suffering from low back pain and pelvic floor dysfunction. For three years, Lindsay was responsible for the dissemination of pelvic and women’s health research for the Academy of Pelvic Health, helping to advance current evidence and practice in the field.

Before becoming a physical therapist, Dr. Lindsay worked as a personal trainer and strength and conditioning coach, which helped her discover her passion for strength training and teaching women to lift weights. She has nearly a decade of experience in personal training and coaching athletes of all ages. Lindsay is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Academy of Pelvic Health, where she has served in multiple leadership roles and volunteer positions.

Lindsay loves using social media to spread the word about pelvic health physical therapy and wants everyone to realize the benefits that exist from connecting with your pelvic floor. Having experienced pelvic floor dysfunction herself, Dr. Lindsay understands how impactful rehabbing your pelvic floor can be; for her, it was life-changing. With her clients, Dr. Lindsay uses a combination of movement analysis, prescriptive exercise, and manual techniques (myofascial release, dry needling, taping, IASTM, and more) to help people get out of pain fast and achieve long-lasting results. In her free time, Lindsay enjoys hiking, working out, practicing her handstands, and spending time with her husband, family, and cats. Lindsay is currently going through her own pregnancy journey and is looking forward to rehabbing her core and pelvic floor alongside her clients in the immediate postpartum period.

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Pregnancy, Postpartum, and Pelvic Health Expert

Dr. Lindsay Durand Massumi, PT, DPT, is a licensed pelvic health and orthopedic physical therapist and health coach practicing in Leesburg and Chantilly. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Creighton University in Omaha, NE, and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the prestigious Washington University in St. Louis Medical School.

Growing up a competitive gymnast, dancer, and track athlete, Lindsay always knew she wanted to enter the field of physical therapy. Dr. Lindsay then discovered pelvic health physical therapy as an undergrad and completed her first independent research study on joint mechanics of walking in high heel shoes. Since undergrad, Dr. Lindsay has been involved in conducting and promoting physical therapy research to advance outcomes for patients suffering from low back pain and pelvic floor dysfunction. For three years, Lindsay was responsible for the dissemination of pelvic and women’s health research for the Academy of Pelvic Health, helping to advance current evidence and practice in the field.

Before becoming a physical therapist, Dr. Lindsay worked as a personal trainer and strength and conditioning coach, which helped her discover her passion for strength training and teaching women to lift weights. She has nearly a decade of experience in personal training and coaching athletes of all ages. Lindsay is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Academy of Pelvic Health, where she has served in multiple leadership roles and volunteer positions.

Lindsay loves using social media to spread the word about pelvic health physical therapy and wants everyone to realize the benefits that exist from connecting with your pelvic floor. Having experienced pelvic floor dysfunction herself, Dr. Lindsay understands how impactful rehabbing your pelvic floor can be; for her, it was life-changing. With her clients, Dr. Lindsay uses a combination of movement analysis, prescriptive exercise, and manual techniques (myofascial release, dry needling, taping, IASTM, and more) to help people get out of pain fast and achieve long-lasting results. In her free time, Lindsay enjoys hiking, working out, practicing her handstands, and spending time with her husband, family, and cats. Lindsay is currently going through her own pregnancy journey and is looking forward to rehabbing her core and pelvic floor alongside her clients in the immediate postpartum period.

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Orthopedics, Sports, and Pain Science Expert

Meet Dr. Cameron Massumi, a trailblazer in the health and wellness space committed to providing exceptional personalized care. With a wealth of expertise in orthopedics and sports rehabilitation, injury prevention, and holistic wellness, he has built a reputation as the go-to expert in the Leesburg and Chantilly community.

As a distinguished physical therapist, Dr. Massumi has extensive experience working with athletes, older adults, and individuals with various conditions, from chronic pain to post-operative recovery (and everything in between). Dr. Massumi’s certifications in myofascial trigger point therapy and advanced skills in strength and conditioning and blood flow restriction training demonstrate his dedication to staying at the forefront of the industry.

What sets Dr. Massumi apart from other physical therapists is his dedication to taking a holistic approach to wellness. He understands that an injury or condition isn’t just a physical problem; it can also affect a person’s mental and emotional health. That’s why he takes the time to understand his client’s lifestyles and goals, creating customized solutions that not only treat the problem but empower them with the knowledge and skillset to optimize their health and well-being for the rest of their lives.

Beyond his practice, Dr. Massumi is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association. He has held leadership roles and contributed to the development of the APTA’s telehealth certification course. He is also a sought-after speaker, sharing his expertise and advancing the profession through his contributions to research, education, and health policy.

When he’s not working, Dr. Massumi loves to explore the great outdoors. He enjoys hiking, playing sports, and photography. He is a lifelong learner, continually pursuing education through reading and coursework. Dr. Massumi and his wife are excitedly awaiting the arrival of their first child in the Spring of 2023, hoping their little one will one day follow in their footsteps.

If you are seeking a dedicated, knowledgeable, and compassionate physical therapist or health coach, look no further than Dr. Cameron Massumi. He provides the guidance and support necessary for clients to achieve optimal health and wellness, making him the ultimate choice in the industry.

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