About Trinity Physical Therapy
To elevate awareness of the body, mind and spirit connection and use that to facilitate meaningful change in people’s lives.
With sincerity, honesty and creativity we help those with pain or physical limitation who are in need of guidance in their healing journey. We are dedicated to improving awareness of the physical body and it’s connection to mental and emotional states. We guide those in our care to improved function and reduced pain in order to create more ease, satisfaction and joy in people’s lives.
Feel great again with our stellar staff.
Treating everything from general orthopedics to the most complex of conditions, we are experts who look forward to assisting you on your journey to wellness.
Rachelle McGuigan, PT, COMT, CPYT
Rachelle McGuigan is devoted to helping you find relief from pain and other physical limitations that prevent you from fully enjoying life.
More About Rachelle
Rachelle McGuigan is devoted to helping you find relief from pain and other physical limitations that prevent you from fully enjoying life. With 19 years of experience in outpatient orthopedic PT, Rachelle was the first professional in the state to be certified in manual therapy by the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT). She has a passion for studying the mind-body connection and is an avid practitioner of CranioSacral Therapy.
Trained through the Upledger Institute, Rachelle has experience with techniques including somato-emotional release and myofascial release. Recently, she has expanded her knowledge to include Visceral Manipulation which she gained through the Barral Institute. She has an extensive background in treating patients with complex conditions. Rachelle is a certified specialist in hands-on techniques that utilize soft tissue and joint mobilization to help clients regain lost function.
John A. Macy, PT
John Macy is focused on helping people who seek to maximize their ability to move and perform in activity, be it athletes, performing artists or average people like himself.
More About John
John Macy is focused on helping people who seek to maximize their ability to move and perform in activity, be it athletes, performing artists or average people like himself. A strong interest in all aspects of human movement from how we generate movement to what we do with that movement (hint – everything) led John to begin his career as a PT in 1984. His scientific approach is balanced by a strong interest in the artistic aspect of movement as expressed in the performing arts such as dance, music, and acting.
Since 1980 John has received extensive training in techniques for improving alignment, soft tissue dysfunction and neurological control including the Alexander Technique, Muscle Energy, CranioSacral Therapy, NDT, Strain-Counterstrain, Postural Restoration®, Tai Chi, yoga, and Pilates. This broad experience working across the country in hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, home health services and outpatient clinics.
John has taught workshops in movement reeducation and manual therapy techniques across the United States and in Europe and is the creator of ReTensioning®, a gentle method to restore structural balance in the soft tissues of the body.