Mary Goldstein PT


Mary Goldstein, PT, C.W.C., C.Y.T., J.F.B. Myofascial Release Practioner,  Certified Wellness Coach, Certified Yoga Teacher, Reiki Master

Mary is part of the Insight Learning and Wellness team of experienced and accomplished therapists, practicing PT since 1985.  She is an Integrative Physical Therapist who utilizes a mind/body /spirit approach to wellness.  
She practices a “Concierge Approach” to treatment, providing one on one, individualized treatment that tends to get people better, much faster than usual!
Mary has spent the past 30+ years treating infant-geriatric populations, of all levels of physical and cognitive abilities, in a variety of settings. She has been trained extensively in a variety of manual and therapeutic techniques including The John F Barnes Approach to Myofascial Release, Cranial-Sacral Therapy, Pediatric  Neuro-Developmental Treatment, Therapeutic Yoga and Pilates.
She integrates these techniques to release fascial restrictions, restore mobility, and eliminate pain, guiding her client’s return to wellness. Most importantly, Mary empowers her clients to be an active part of their healing process, providing them with self healing techniques that can be used both during and after treatment.
Mary has spent the last 2 years working in early intervention, providing services to both the 0-3 population and their parents. She has a special interest in providing therapy to infants and children at risk for developmental problems as well as women both pre and postnatally, helping to ease the discomfort/pain that can be associated to pregnancy and giving birth.
Integrative Physcial Therapy
Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy and Therapeutic Exercise are effective in the treatment of:
Infantile Disorders/birthing Injuries
Cerebral palsy
High/low tone
Traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries
Toe Walking
Orthopedic problems
Attention Deficit Disorders
Learning Disabilities
Pain and discomfort related to pregnancy
Headaches and migraines
Fibromyalgia and other connective tissue disorders
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Acute pain 
Sport injuries
Chronic neck and back pain
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Temporomandibular joint syndrome (TMJ)
Restriction of Movement
Post surgical dysfunction/scars
Stress and tension related problems
Repetitive stress and overuse injuries
Central nervous system disorders
Contact Mary at 440-223-6114 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.