Physical Therapy
Strength and Performance Training
Dry Needling
Graston Provider
Functional Movement Specialist

Dr. Jeff Hart


Dr. Hart, an Ohio native and exercise science graduate from Miami University, has a lifelong passion for sports and health. He gained experience in outpatient physical therapy after earning his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Nova Southeastern University, treating patients of all ages and skill levels, including athletes, for orthopedic, neurological, and balance impairments, sports medicine, and manual therapies. He has also received specialized training in Strength and Conditioning, Graston Technique, body tempering, dry needling, functional range conditioning, and POSE running techniques. Dr. Hart remains active in competitions such as powerlifting, CrossFit, bodybuilding and currently pursuing his pro card in open bodybuilding in the NPC. He has also received specialized training in Strength and Conditioning, Graston Technique, body tempering, dry needling, functional range conditioning (FRC) and the FRC Internal Strength Model (FRCS), and POSE running techniques.


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The Neubie (“Neuro-Bio-Electric”) is a patented and FDA-cleared direct current (DC) stimulation device. Using DC has several unique effects on patients, including promoting tissue healing and optimizing the healing and repairing of bone, muscle, connective tissue, and nerves. While repairing and healing the body takes time, the Neubie is even better known for creating “Wow” moments with patients who make functional changes very quickly.



Exercise science is the study of the effects of physical activity on the human body. The benefits of exercise are numerous, including improving cardiovascular health, strengthening muscles and bones, increasing flexibility and balance, and reducing the risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. Regular exercise can also improve mental health, promoting feelings of well-being and reducing the risk of depression and anxiety. Additionally, exercise can help improve athletic performance, whether you’re a competitive athlete or just looking to stay in shape. With the help of Dr. Hart, individuals can learn how to design and implement safe and effective exercise programs tailored to their individual needs and goals.

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Dry needling is a technique that utilizes thin needles that are inserted into the skin to stimulate specific muscles and tissues to relieve pain, improve function and movement, and reduce muscle tension and spasms.



Functional Range Conditioning is a mobility training system that aims to increase active flexibility, joint strength, and resilience. It is a combination of mobility drills, strength training, and controlled articular rotations (CARs) that target specific joints and muscle groups. FRC is based on the scientific principles of mobility training to improve joint health, injury prevention, and athletic performance.



Balance training can improve stability, coordination, and overall physical function, reduce the risk of falls, and enhance athletic performance.



Neuromuscular re-education is a form of physical therapy that aims to retrain the nervous system to improve muscle function and coordination, reduce pain and enhance overall movement through the use of exercises, stretches, and specific techniques.


Frequently Asked Questions

Cash-based physical therapy is a form of therapy in which patients pay directly for services rendered, rather than going through an insurance provider. This allows for greater flexibility in treatment and a more personalized approach to care. With this type of practice the insurance company can’t dictate treatment, so we are able to do anything necessary for you to reach your goals and get you moving better!

We currently operate as a cash-based physical therapy practice. This means we don't directly bill insurance companies. We are considered out of network.

Our initial evaluation typically lasts 50-60 minutes, while follow-up sessions last 45-55 minutes. We also offer 80 minute sessions as well.

We treat a wide range of conditions, including but not limited to: orthopedic injuries, sports injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation, chronic pain, and neurological conditions.

Benefits of Cash-Based Physical Therapy:

Personalized Care: We focus on creating a treatment plan specific to your needs and goals, without limitations imposed by insurance companies.
Direct Access and Scheduling Flexibility: You can schedule appointments directly with us, often with shorter wait times compared to insurance-based practices.
More Time Per Session: We can dedicate more time to your treatment during each session, leading to potentially faster recovery.
Transparent Pricing: You'll know the cost of your treatment upfront, with no surprise bills.
Focus on Outcomes, Not Paperwork: We minimize administrative hassle and focus on getting you back to feeling your best.
While we don't directly accept insurance, we can provide you with a detailed receipt you can submit to your insurance company for potential reimbursement. We recommend checking with your insurance provider to understand your out-of-network coverage for physical therapy.
Choosing cash-based physical therapy allows us to prioritize your well-being and provide a more efficient and personalized path to recovery.
Transparent Pricing:

Upfront Costs: With cash-based therapy, you'll know the exact cost of each session or treatment plan from the beginning. This allows for better budgeting and avoids surprise bills that can arise with insurance.
No Hidden Fees: There are no hidden fees or deductibles associated with cash-based therapy. You pay the agreed-upon price, and that's it.
Potential Upfront Costs with Insurance:

Deductibles: You may need to meet your deductible before your insurance starts covering any costs. This can be a significant amount of money upfront, especially if you haven't reached your deductible yet.
Copays: Even after meeting your deductible, you might still have a copay for each appointment. These copays can add up over the course of your physical therapy treatment.
Coinsurance: Some insurance plans have coinsurance, where you share a percentage of the cost with your insurance company. While the insurance pays a portion, you'll still be responsible for your share, which can be a significant upfront cost.
Prior Authorization: Your insurance company may require prior authorization for certain treatments, which can lead to delays in getting the care you need. This can be frustrating and impact your recovery timeline.
Limited Coverage: Insurance companies may limit the number of sessions or specific types of therapy covered. This might not align with your optimal treatment plan, forcing you to pay out-of-pocket for additional sessions desired by your therapist.

No! A lot of clients come in with no pain or injuries and want to stay ahead of the game to reduce possible risks of injuries and improve performance inside and outside of the gym.
We treat clients to improve range of motion, joint health, strength, and help minimize muscular imbalances to improve performance and reduce the risk of injuries. We evaluate and screen patients from head to toe in order to provide the highest quality of care.

No, a referral is not necessary to schedule an appointment with us. A PT script from a physician is not required for treatment.

Yes, you can schedule an appointment through our website or by calling or texting our office directly.

Please wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing that allows for ease of movement. Athletic wear is often a good choice to allow access to the target area we will be treating. If you are unsure, please don't hesitate to reach out and ask!

During your first appointment, we will conduct a thorough evaluation to assess your condition and create a personalized treatment plan. This may include a variety of exercises, manual therapy techniques, and other modalities as needed.



I’ve struggled with constant pain and been limited in physical activity for over 30 years due to a car accident. Finding Jeff has been a blessed gift to my health and well-being. Through his efforts with dry needling, cupping and exercise, I’ve been able to gain mobility and increase my physical activity. Also noteworthy is that Jeff stays current in his field through continued learning and education. He’s awesome!

Cynthia P.

Dr. Jeff is the man!!! Love this guy. Very professional, knowledgable, and just awesome! I've had back and shoulder issues for the last ten years or so and I've simply just put up with the pain until I met Jeff. Guy changed my life! Thank you for being you Dr. Jeff!!

Nate S.

Dr.Hart is an amazing PT. He’s saved my knee from constant swelling in just one visit. He also helped me recover from a lower back injury. His technique is impeccable and I would recommend him to everyone I know. He’s a 10/10 all across the board. From his knowledge to the service he provides. Great experience over all

Manfred R

BEYOND impressed with Dr. Hart's knowledge, methodology and treatment of some chronic muscle pains I've been having. He is constantly researching the most up to date and effective treatment methods available and realizes that no two patients are the same and our bodies all react differently. I felt immediate relief after my first treatment and will be scheduling ongoing future appointments. The entire staff is very friendly and welcoming; great environment and team.

Michael F

Dr. Jeff Hart is amazing! I have tried so many things over the years for pain relief due to a spinal fusion/migraine issues. Nothing has given me relief like dry needling and cupping has. After my first session I could move my neck again without any pulling or pain which had felt locked for way to long. I have also seen a chiropractor for the last 10 years of my life once a week and have not had to go since starting sessions. Would highly recommend trying dry needling/cupping along with other services Dr. Hart has to offer! I for once in a very long time am not chronically in pain.

Marlo M