Oxford’s industry-leading model of Intensive Physical Therapy combines conventional and non-conventional techniques to facilitate rehabilitation. Our approach focuses on retraining the body and brain from a neurological standpoint compared to the traditional muscular approach. Therapy sessions are one-on-one and last three hours. These long therapy periods allow our therapists to focus on your specific needs without interruption.

The Oxford Physical Therapy approach starts with the basics. Patients are trained to use muscles correctly, rather than compensating for muscle groups that are not functioning properly. Our goal goes beyond regaining mobility. We strive to help patients regain proper mobility, so there are no lurking issues that may cause problems in the future.

The History of Suit Therapy

Originating in the Russian Space program, the TheraSuit Method has had a fascinating journey to being able to help neurological disabilities. Read More »

The TheraSuit Method

The TheraSuit Method, one of the methods Oxford uses to maximize healing potential, involves an approach that looks at how the body responds to neurological inputs. Read More »

Your Recovery Is Our Passion

Wondering how the TheraSuit Method works? Read More »

Conditions Treated


  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Developmental Delays
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Post Stroke (CVA)
  • Ataxia
  • Athetosis

  • Spasticity (increased muscle tone)
  • Sport Injuries
  • Down Syndrome and other genetic disorder
  • Sensory-Processing Disorder
  • Hypotonia (low muscle tone)
  • Stroke Victims

Benefits of Intensive Physical Therapy and the TheraSuit Method

  • Stimulates the brain to re-trains central nervous system
  • Restores ontogenic development
  • Provides external stabilization and supports weak muscles
  • Normalizes muscle tone
  • Aligns the body to a close to normal as possible
  • Provides dynamic correction
  • Normalizes (corrects) gait pattern
  • Improve proprioception
  • Reduce pathological reflexes
  • Restore proper patterns of movement & support
  • Influences vestibular system
  • Provides tactile and sensory stimulation
  • Improves speech production and fluency through head control and trunk support

  • Accelerates the progress of newly learned movements & functional skills
  • Improves balance
  • Improves coordination
  • Decreases uncontrolled movements in ataxia and athetosis
  • Improves body and spatial awareness
  • Provides resistance to strong muscles to further enhance strengthening
  • Promotes development of both fine and gross motor skills
  • Improves bone density
  • Helps to decrease contractures
  • Helps improve hip alignment through vertical loading over the hip joint
  • Loads the body with gravity type pressures

To learn more or to schedule a no-fee Discovery Session

call 248-486-3636 or fill out the form below