Integrative Manual Therapy

Integrative Manual Therapy is a hands-on program that incorporates several approaches for handling disability, disease, dysfunction, and pain. It is a rehabilitation process that integrates the entire body through a practical and fundamental program to improve the biomechanics of the skeletal system and approach dysfunction on a cellular level. At the same time, integrative manual therapy helps strengthen the activity of the arterial, energetic, lymphatic, muscular, venous, and nervous systems.

Maria Zanoni, PT, MS, MOMT, Integrative Manual Therapy, has over 30 years experience in advanced problem solving and addressing challenging cases through a combination of traditional therapeutic and holistic approaches. She has a Physical Therapy degree from Marquette, a Masters of Exercise Science from Seattle Pacific University and her Masters of Orthopedic Manual Therapy from University of Utah.


Maria Zanoni


Benefits of Integrated Manual Therapy

IMT’s patho-anatomical treatment addresses the body’s structure, improving the integrity of bones, ligaments, discs, nerves, arteries, veins, and more. Some of these techniques involve positioning a person’s body in a specific way. Others entail specific hand placements on the body. Patho-anatomical treatment improves the mobility of all these tissues. As a result, clients experience better movement, less pain, improved circulation, and better health.