Do you have pain that is keeping you from your favorite activity or daily activities of life?
Are you stuck in a plateau of athletic performance?
Are you having difficulty losing weight and being able to exercise consistently?
Do you keep getting injured and want to stop the downward spiral?
Are you having difficulty getting motivated to start or continue an exercise program?
Do you need help getting motivated and finding balance in life?

Aloha Physical Therapy and Fitness can help!



Aloha Physical Therapy and Fitness strives to:

  • Find the original source of a patient’s dysfunction and/or instability.
  • Educate the patient on their dysfunction and ways to change daily habits which may be playing into the problems.
  • Address soft tissue, joint and neural dysfunctions as appropriate, along with flexibility issues as appropriate.
  • Retrain neuromotor control (how the body naturally moves before injury and compensation).
  • Improve functional strength.
  • Improve performance on a properly working system.

Let Aloha Physical Therapy and Fitness progress you from a physical therapy patient to a personal training / fitness client and back to a pain-free, productive and performance-enhanced life!


Shantelle uses an eclectic approach to care with extensive hours of continuing education and certification in the following areas:

Physical Therapy Treatments

Manual Therapy Techniques
  • Strain-Counter Strain
  • ART – Active Release Technique
  • Myofascial Release
  • Muscle Energy Techniques
  • Joint Mobilization
  • Neural Mobilization
  • Trigger Point Release
Neuromotor Control Training
  • FMS – Functional Movement Systems
  • SFMA – Selective Functional Movement Assessment
  • Neuro-cognitive Training
  • Neural Relaxation Techniques
Therapeutic Exercise Training
  • Local and Global Stability Training
  • Total Motion Release
  • Pilates
  • Yoga
  • Toning and Shaping Exercises

Shantelle uses the above techniques to cater to the individual needs of the patients in order to treat sacroiliac, lumbar, cervical, TMJ , shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, foot and ankle injuries. Her approach to physical therapy includes empathy and understanding to the patient’s struggles with their condition and their goals.

Custom Orthotic Casting

  • Custom Sole Support Orthotics

Sports Performance Training

  • Advanced Core Strengthening
  • Cardiovascular Training
  • Strength Training
  • Sports Specific Biomechanical Training

Fitness Training

  • Exercise based on your preferences and goals
  • Nutritional education
  • Motivational tools
  • Lifestyle changes

Injury Prevention and Screening

  • FMS – Functional Movement Systems – A ranking and grading system that documents patterns that are key to normal funcdtion and readily identifies functional limitations and asymmetries.  Your therapist can then identify those exercises that will be most effective to restore proper movement and build your stability and strength.
  • SFMA – Selective Functional Movement Assessment – An assessment tool which provides an orderly and repeatable clinical process to assess the proper (or improper ) balance of mobility and stability in your body to enable your physical therapist to design an effective treatment strategy.

Wellness Coaching (in person and telephone services available)

  • Improve your energy
  • Find balance in your life
  • Decrease stress
  • Motivational tools
  • Nutritional education
  • Exercise education
  • Lifestyle changes

Weight Loss Program

  • Gentle and Progressive Exercise
  • Nutritional Education
  • Motivational Tools
  • Lifestyle Changes


  • Foam Rollers
  • Theraballs
  • Theraband


Aloha Physical Therapy and Fitness is a mobile service.

  • Shantelle can treat you in the convenience of your home, your lanai or at a local facility.
  • Sessions can be held out on the bike, paddleboard, golf course, tennis court etc. to evaluate your biomechanics during your sporting activities. Then you learn to modify techniques and habits that  may be causing recurrent symptoms.
  • Flexible hours to meet your schedule, every day of the week.

Cost of Service

  • $210 per hour – Initial evaluation and treatment
  • $200 per hourly session
  • $160 per hour for a 10 visit package
  • Aloha Physical Therapy does not accept insurance.