“A Hands On Approach To Finding Health and Improving Your Function”
What We Do
A physical treatment by a Certified Athletic Therapist to treat musculoskeletal pain and disability; it includes a thorough assessment, gentle joint mobilization and muscle and fascial techniques.
Discover a new approach to exercise and learn how to move pain free. Optimize posture, correct movement patterns and achieve pain relief all while reducing stress on the body.
A subtle form of treatment which uses very gentle pressure to encourage the release of tensions throughout the body. Treatment involves the head, spine and tailbone.
Why You’ll Love Working With Trisha
She’s a highly educated and experienced professional who is passionate about her field of practice and dedicated to holistic patient care.
“Modalities are blended for each person’s needs, giving a uniquely interactive and personally tailored session each time.”
Trisha invites you to come as you are. With an open heart, she has a unique ability to hold space for healing. As a practitioner she believes in walking alongside you in whatever journey you are on without judgement. Her home-based clinic office and movement studio is warm, friendly and relaxing.
“Trisha is knowledgeable, calm, friendly and quite frankly one of the best therapists I have ever worked with. Her acute sense if knowing the body and mindful treatments and advice have taken me through pre and post op therapy for one knee replacement and maybe another, I always look forward to my appointments with Trisha.”
“I highly recommend Trisha Gilks. She is very caring and very knowledgeable about the body and how our anatomy all works together, she also believes in hands on therapy together with exercise therapy. She has helped my husband and I so much following a car accident. We are both so thankful for her expertise and her advice.”
“Trisha is amazing at what she does. Trisha assesses not only the issue that bothers you but evaluates other causes that contributes to your issue and after follows up with stretches or exercises to help the issue from reoccurring.”