• State of the art techniques

    At Vitality, we use “The McKenzie Method – Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy,” a philosophy of active patient involvement and education that is trusted and used by practitioners and patients all over the world for back, neck, and extremity problems.

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    Sahuarita Physical Therapy
  • Sahuarita Massage

    Through a comforting touch and experienced hands, we’re able to unwind and restore vitality to constrained tissue. This will bring relief and rejuvenate sore, tight, and weakened muscles. Vitality offers three types of massage: Swedish, Therapeutic/Deep Tissue, and Sports Massage.

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    Sahuarita Massage
  • Post Rehabilitation & Medical Fitness

    Too often a patient completes physical therapy, and doesn’t know where to go next. At Vitality, we bridge the gap by offering post-rehabilitation medical fitness with our post-rehabilitation & medical exercise specialist.

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    Sahuarita Personal Training

Get Rejuvenated! Mind, Body, and Spirit!

McKenzie is a comprehensive approach to the spine and extremities based on sound principles and fundamentals that, when understood and followed accordingly, are very successful.
With a Vitality massage, our goal is to immerse you in an environment of healing and relaxation through therapeutic massage. We offer Swedish, Deep Tissue (therapeutic), and Sports Massage.
The next step beyond physical therapy. Vitality offers personalized fitness for continued recovery, included both one-on-one and partner/group sessions.


In an effort to improve range of motion, relax muscles and nerves, and decrease pain, spinal manipulation is most often used to treat neck or back pain, but can be applied to all joints.
The Bujinkan incorporates strikes, punches, kicks, throws, locks, tumbling, weaponry, stealth, meditation and spiritual empowerment, making the Bujinkan one of the few surviving complete martial arts systems
Dry needling is a form of therapy in which fine needles are inserted into myofascial trigger points, tendons, ligaments, or near nerves to stimulate a healing response.
Comfortable, supported postures and therapeutic breathing techniques combine to rejuvenate and deeply relax your body and release residual tension. Peaceful, calming and nurturing.