Neurological Physical Therapy

Neurological Rehabilitation Physical Therapy in Wasilla, Alaska

Northern Edge Physical Therapy is the right choice for your neurological physical therapy treatments in Wasilla, Alaska. We are the only physical therapy practice in the state of Alaska that offers clients excellence in physical therapy with specialized programs such as; Dry NeedlingRedcordAlterG Anti-gravity Treadmill, Low-level Laser Therapy, and Massage Therapy.

Our team approach – combining compassionate professionals and leading evidence – based techniques are designed to get results.  We offer comprehensive neurological outpatient rehab in a convenient location to begin the road to recovery. Our therapists target the full spectrum of cognitive, behavioral, sensory, and motor processing systems that impact function and mobility for those experiencing impairments with the central nervous system.

















Our experienced team of therapists develop individual and customized treatment plans for each client to exceed expectations and get results.  Our compassionate staff has extensive experience guiding neurologically impaired clients along a path towards healing.  Our evidence – based programs are designed to restore mobility and function following a wide variety of neurological events including CVA (stroke), Parkinson’s Disease, ALS, Concussion, MS, TBI, and SCI.

Northern Edge Physical Therapy understands the challenges faced by those suffering neurological conditions. Our therapists have experience in a wide variety of neurological deficits and rehabilitation strategies. Our clinicians are experienced in neurological physical therapy and skilled to provide you with the latest and most effective treatment techniques available for your neurological condition.


Reasons to contact Northern Edge Physical Therapy

"I will recommend them above all to anyone that needs a PT, because of them I can continue my passion in MMA training."

Roy Boykin

Wasilla, Alaska

"Northern Edge Physical Therapy is where therapists go for therapy."

Dan Gallagher

Palmer, Alaska