Our mission is to bridge the health gap between where you are today and where you want to be. Wonsettler Physical Therapy and Specialized Health represents a singular idea: SUSTAINABLE POSITIVE CHANGE. We are about transformation. And we want to see you experience it for the long haul, not just apply a temporary band-aid. WPT was born out of a desire to improve the lives of our community – the people we serve. We believe in offering holistic approaches to solving your problems – whether that’s the setback of an injury, chronic debilitating pain, or athletic or life performance that leaves you wanting more.

“I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of a man to elevate his life by conscious behavior.”- Henry David Thoreau

Michelle S
Neck Pain

Michelle, a secretary at Bentworth Elementary School, had been dealing with neck pain. It was progressing and driving was becoming a difficult task. Michelle quickly began seeing remarkable improvements after just a couple of sessions with Lenny. WPT continued monitoring her progression and adjusting her plan accordingly.

Our Services

At WPT, we believe physical therapy should be personal, tailored, and holistic. Because of these values, our physical therapy services include 1:1 treatment with a Doctor of Physical Therapy that is completely specialized to your individualized needs and goals.You DO NOT need a referral or prescription to see our PTs. If you’re dealing with a recent injury, or have had pain or dysfunction for years, we can help you.

  • Orthopedic

    Orthopedic PT focuses on addressing any issue related to muscles, joints, tendons or ligaments – helping you restore your strength, mobility and independence.

  • Sports

    Dealing with a sports injury? Don’t wait, get started with PT today to get you back on the field, stronger and faster than ever!

  • Chronic Pain

    If you’ve been dealing with pain for a long time, you don’t have to live that way any longer! Let us tailor a plan to fit your specific circumstances.

  • Balance

    Let us improve your confidence and decrease your risk of falls and injury – whether your issues stem from decrease in mobility or something like Multiple Sclerosis.

  • Pelvic Floor

    One out of three women deal with urinary leakage. You don’t have to! This is not part of “Being a woman.” Physical therapy can help.

  • Parkinsons

    PT for Parkinson’s helps increase mobility, strengthen muscles, improve balance and coordination to aid in independence.

  • Stroke

    Having a stroke is scary. Let us help you understand how to recover and what next steps to take. We will ease your mind and give you a road map for success.

  • Vestibular

    If you’re dizzy, have vertigo, or just feel “off”, vestibular PT can get to the root of your issue and eliminate these problems.

  • Modalities

    We utilize many different interventions such as Dry Needling, Blood Flow Restriction, ASTYM, and other soft tissue techniques.

  • Personal Training

    We utilize many different interventions such as Dry Needling, Blood Flow Restriction, ASTYM, and other soft tissue techniques.

  • Pilates

    Pilates focuses on improving core strength, breathing and motor control, all in a friendly and encouraging environment.

  • Classes

    WPT regularly hosts free educational classes to improve the health and lives of the people in our wonderful community.


Bruce B.
Knee Injury

Bruce slipped and fell down a flight of stairs. After fighting through the pain and discomfort for several months, his friends began commenting on his noticeable limb. At that point, he decided to take action and visit WPT. We attacked the problem at the source and now Bruce is back to his daily walks with his wife, pain free.

Dakota H.
Ankle Reconstruction | Neck Pain

After visiting several physical therapists in the past, but experienced little progress. He decided he was going to give WPT a shot. The customized approach the WPT offers was a huge improvement over his previous experiences. He is experiencing now less pain and less headaches.

“It feels amazing to be able to get back out and do the things that I was doing before.”