What We Do



Balanced Physical Therapy and Myofascial Release, LLC provides personalized therapy to individuals who desire a more holistic approach to care. With a self-pay, one-on-one, 60-90 minute treatment model, and an emphasis on manual therapy techniques, clients can improve from an injury quicker, maintain their level of wellness, and feel more balanced both physically and mentally. Often times, sessions are done in conjunction with more traditional modes of treatments to allow clients to reach their highest potential.


What is Myofascial Release?

Myofascial release is a very safe and effective hands-on technique that involves applying gently sustained pressure into connective tissue restrictions.

Trauma, inflammation, poor posture, and surgical procedures create myofascial restrictions that can produce extensive pressure on pain sensitive structures that do not show up on standard tests such as X-rays, CT scans, EMGs or mylograms.

Myofascial release is performed directly on the skin without oils or creams. This enables the therapist to accurately detect fascial restrictions and apply the appropiate amount of sustained pressure to facilitate the release of the fascia.

Some of the most common conditions treated include: low back pain, neck and shoulder pain, headaches, TMJ dysfunction, whiplash, plantarfascitis, sciatica, sinus problems and fibromyalgia/chronic pain.

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Who We Are


Kendellynn Cavanaugh Gagne, MSPT, is a licensed physical therapist and owner of Balanced Physical Therapy & Myofascial Release, LLC.  She graduated from Simmons College in 2000 with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy.  She has extensive training in a variety of manual therapy techniques,  with an emphasis on the John F. Barnes method of myofascial release.  She is also a Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist (CEAS) through the Back School of Atlanta.  

In addition, Kendellynn holds a Masters in Public Administration (MPA) with a concentration in Healthcare from Suffolk University.   She has been in rehabilitation management since 2004.

Kendellynn has lived and worked on Cape Cod for the past 19 years.





What to Expect


During the first session, the physical therapist will review the client's medical history, complete a thorough assessment and determine the best course of treatment based on the client's information and assessment findings.  The client will then undergo a short treatment with follow up education/exercises.

Subsequent sessions are booked for 60-90 minutes.

Typically, client's are seen 1x/week for the first 2-4 weeks and as improvements are made, the time in between sessions increases.  Once client's have reached an optimal level of comfort and function, maintenance (also known as "tune ups") sessions are schedule once every 4-6 weeks.

For those individuals looking for stress relief, relaxation or a means to improve ones overall health and well being, sessions are booked as frequently as the client wishes.





Service Pricing


First session:

90-min session which includes a thorough evaluation, treatment and education

$150



Subsequent sessions: 

60-90 min treatment session

$120 for 60 min

$150 for 90 min






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Services are covered through FSA or HSA accounts and may be reimbursable by your health insurance.   Please ask for more information.



Get in touch!

Office Address

Bourne Health Center

1 Trowbridge Road, Suite 333

Bourne MA 02532

(Level 2)

Contact

(508)566-0636
[email protected]

Hours

By appointment

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