Our team has a wide range of physical therapy, postural restoration, injury recovery and pain prevention expertise.


As a PRI (Postural Restoration Institute) certified physical therapist, Nancy Hammond can help you address your pain, perform better and/or prevent injury. After graduating from St Louis University as a physical therapist over 20 years ago, she has helped many patients achieve their goals. She sees PRI as the “missing tool in her toolbox”. Nancy utilizes PRI to discover “why” clients’ pain exists and address its root cause. She has a passionate interest in the science of postural restoration.

As an avid marathon runner, she has personally benefited and experienced firsthand how system balance improves performance. In addition, PRI has enabled her to empower clients to take control of their health, so they understand how movement patterns can help prevent injury. Finally, as a mom of four active boys, PRI helps her appreciate that balance means more than managing busy lives. It also means understanding that every change (e.g., gait, braces, glasses, physical environment, puberty) impacts the harmony of their growing bodies. 


Lesley attended the University of Missouri, Columbia for her undergraduate work and master's in physical therapy. She was introduced to PRI during her final clinical. Since that time she has been utilizing this treatment approach and a wide array of manual techniques to help alleviate her patient's pain and return them to their normal routines and/or jobs as soon as possible. She enjoys learning about her patients and customizing a treatment approach that fits their needs.

Aside from PRI and manual work, Lesley has had additional training in temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder, women's health, and dizziness/vertigo.

In her free time Lesley loves reading, cooking, and spending time hiking or exploring the zoo with her husband and son.


A good stance and posture reflect a proper state of mind.
— Morihei Useshiba