Injuries are never fun, especially if they seem to stick around forever and prevent you from getting back to the top of your game.

There are a few ways you can take to recover from an injury or nagging discomfort:

  1. Go to a therapist who provides traditional treatment, prescribes ice and exercises where you are sitting or lying on your back
  2. Consult with a doctor who decides to give a cortisone shot to ease the pain, who then says the next step after therapy is surgery
  3. Find a practitioner who does a full evaluation on the way YOU move, discovers the movements needed for YOU to be successful in whatever activities YOU want to do, digs to find the root causes to dysfunction, and works with YOU to correct these imbalances

At Summit Integrative Wellness, our Movement Therapy program is designed based around option 3.

Most of the clients who come through our doors have gone through steps 1 and 2. A very high percentage of our clients have seen 10+ therapists and specialists before coming to see us. And 87% don't need to see anyone other practitioner after working with us.

Our goal is to help those who have "gone to everyone" and have lost hope in recovering. It is our challenge to show these individuals that they can get back to the activities they love, and it all starts with an individualized assessment.

Are you tired of jumping from practitioner to practitioner trying to find a way to get out of pain? If that sounds like you, then look no further.

Movement Therapy Sessions Include:

  • Goal Assessment/What You Would Like To Achieve
  • Full Biomechanical Assessment of Your Body
  • Injury Rehabilitation Strategies
  • Personalized At-Home Protocol
  • Personalized Exercise/Stretch Videos For At-Home Use
  • Special Client-Only Access to Our Mobile App


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I’ve worked with a few trainers – they’ve all been good. But more than any other trainer I’ve known, Bryan constantly broadens and updates his knowledge and skills so he can create a balanced, individualized program for improving fitness and health. As a physician, I particularly appreciate his meticulous attention to functional anatomy and his ability to integrate feedback effectively and bring his best to his clients. His open personality and high level of professionalism inspire complete trust.

Soo Borson MD, Professor Emerita University of Washington


I have a disability that can be challenging to some therapists. Bryan took it in stride and worked with me at home. I got better results in 3 months than I did with any rehab expert in a year. Rather than telling me what to do, Bryan asked me about my goals, made suggestions based on those goals, and tailored the workouts accordingly. My overall fitness – especially my balance and physical confidence – improved significantly. I wish I still lived close enough to work with him – I recommend him to anyone regardless of physical condition.

Jake Wright Spina Bifida Patient


I started working with Bryan a few months ago. I was introduced to him as someone that could help me get back to running again after a knee injury. While working with him I would talk to him about my many health problems and that I struggled to loose weight even if I worked out twice a day. Bryan was able to pin point a few of my symptoms by listening and doing a full exam. About a month into our meeting I became very ill with a swollen tonsil that needed immediate attention. I was told that I would need to take them out, but I needed to know the result of why this was happening before I would just have it removed. Bryan was able to use his knowledge and my history to piece together what was needed for healing. By following his lead I was able to fully heal without having my tonsil removed. I recommend Bryan for all health and wellness to be the best you are designed to be.

Jessica Ghioni Bookkeeper


Since your treatment at GG2 my wrist has continued to progress in the positive realm! I have been trying, the best I can, to duplicate the technique of compress and twist( that’s how I think of it-I am willing to learn the proper terms). Two weeks ago I began some light (3lbs) resistance training in the way of wrist curls-flexion/extension- and radial and ulnar deviation moves. The range of motion(non-loaded) is excellent. I can almost place the entire thumb inside the fingers and ulnar deviate w/o much stress. A far cry (those would be my tears) from when I saw you last. Then last Wednesday I went to range to see if I could handle the tweak of speed in the form of the golf swing. That was successful. So, I figured that while I was there I would hit some balls off the tee(less resistance). That was successful. The impact of the ball did send shock waves into the wrist. Next then, the fake turf, which has a tendency to grab on misfit shots. Good to go there as well. So, given those successful trials, I went to course Sunday to play. I played all 18 w/o incident. I’m now looking ahead to compete in a match play tournament for the flight championships. AFS rules and you are a great example of that. Thank you so much for helping me get my groove back!

Mitch Kress Fellow of Applied Functional Science