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We are requesting that you stay home if you feel you have been exposed to a high risk situation or have a fever.

Dry needling has been added to our current physical therapy services.


Listed below are the clinical services, treatment techniques and modalities provided by Hand-N-Hand Therapy and their colleagues.

Donna Olivero, PT, PRC  will be providing services through her own company, working alongside HNH PT.  She too will give you a receive a walk out receipt for submission to your insurer with most claims being processed at a rate of 40% to 70% of our fee. 


HMO and low option insurance plans usually do NOT reimburse for PT or OT from non-participating providersWe do follow a Tricare fee schedule for our military folks and a slightly reduced fee schedule for Federal Annuitants.

Rolfing®   (Diane Stroud, PT, DPT)


Also known as Structural Integration, Rolfing®, was first developed by biochemist Dr. Ida P. Rolf. Dr. Rolf was looking for a way to help her arthritic child. She discovered by manipulating fascia, the connective tissue of the body, she could realign her son’s joints and posture. Over the past 60 years, this form of bodywork has evolved and is now one of the most predominant interventions in the world of manual therapy. Rolfing® has a standard set of ten sessions that are recommended to address all aspects of your body.

Lymphatic Drainage   (Pam Wood, PT, DPT   and   Michelle Kondracki, PT, DPT, CLT)


Lymphatic Drainage Technique (LDT) is a gentle hands on approach developed by Dr. Bruno Chikly as a way to assist our body’s lymphatic system. Through the gentle manual pumping of lymphatic vessels and nodes, LDT increases the filtration of debris trapped within the body’s tissues.   Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) is the industry standard for lymhatic drainage and taught by many schools such as ACOLS, Norton School and Vodder, etc....

​​Dry Needling    (Diane Stroud, PT, DPT)


According to the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), dry needling is a technique used by some physical therapists, when state law permits, to treat myofascial and chronic pain.  In Virginia, upon a written referral by your doctor, dry needling may be administered through the use of sterile filament needles.

Movement Work


The way you move can directly influence your pain, resulting in imbalances in your body. Movement work is a necessary component for the resolution of these imbalances. To emphasize this point we like to suggest that “movement is medicine”. We focus on the whole of you, providing interventions for neurologic, orthopedic, postural, lymphatic and breath dysfunctions. Our movement interventions include, but are not limited to the following:

    Strength training

    Postural re-education

    Relaxation Breath re-education



Postural Restoration Institute® Techniques   (Donna Olivero, PT, PRC)

A gentle approach to restore optimal function to the client through the integration of system imbalances found within each person.

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