top of page

Stop struggling with the same aches and pains

Improve mobility and get out of pain with our step by step process

The Process


The Assessment

If we are NOT assessing, then we are GUESSING.


In the assessment we are looking for limiting factors and evidence that we can, measure and track as we progress. Taking measurements are extremely important when tracking progress. If our only measurement is pain; we may decrease the level of pain, but may not correct the movement pattern that helped create the pain in the first place.

Through assessment, we will gather a ton of information on how your body works. I will be able to see any movement compensations and feel any soft tissue issues.

The Session

"The Session" is more than just stretching the tight muscles and “rubbing” the painful areas.


While I do use a lot of soft tissue work during our sessions, I also have you engage muscles in specific ways to isolate certain areas. You know your body better than I do.

Communication with each other on what we feel is the backbone to the process.

The more precise we are, the better the results we will get.


The Maintenance

The treatment is the “check-in”. The maintenance is the progress.


Maintenance is how we continue to move forward when in between sessions. We take all data collected from your assessment and treatment to give you a program specific to your needs.

All this feedback from the assessment, treatment and what you feel during your program will be used for all sessions moving forward.


  • Overall strength

  • Flexibility/mobility

  • Athletic performance

  • Body control and awareness

  • Joint health

  • Posture

  • Muscular imbalances

  • Longevity and quality of life

  • Aches and pains

  • Stiffness/tightness

  • Knots/muscle tensions

  • Movement compensations

  • Joints

  • Connective tissue

  • Muscles

  • Full ranges of motion


Kenny grew up in West Warwick, RI and graduated from Bishop Hendricken High School as a four-year varsity soccer player.  Following graduation, Kenny was recruited to play soccer at Regis College in Weston, Mass. His fascination with the strength and conditioning aspect of sports, as well as movement of the body, inspired Kenny to transfer to Rhode Island College. Kenny focused on Strength and Conditioning, and Completed a Bachelors of Science in Community Health and Wellness with a Concentration in Movement Studies.

In his senior year, Kenny completed a four-month internship at Pride Fitness Performance in Newport, Vermont as a strength coach. 


It was at this point that he developed a true dedication to helping individuals increase their strength, stability and mobility in order to gain the benefits physically, mentally and emotionally.  Joints are the foundation to our movement.  The majority of time as a strength coach is spent on weight training and, working around aches and pains rather than addressing the actual issues.  It was this realization that led Kenny down the rehab and mobility rabbit hole; this is when he discovered Functional Range Conditioning. 


kenny hip stuff_edited.jpg

FRC is a movement enhancement system that develops body control, flexibility and usable ranges of motion. This is a high-level mobility training that strengthens joints, connective tissue, and end-range muscle. We utilize scientifically proven principles in a 1:1 setting to improve joint health, injury prevention, athletic performance, longevity, and overall movement capacity. Functional Range Conditioning is a part of a larger system called the ‘Functional Range Systems’ created by Dr. Andreo Spina

FRC became the puzzle piece needed to bridge the gap between exercise science and massage therapy.  Since opening his own practice four years ago, Kenny has had great success helping people unlock their true human potential.  From facilitating the recovery process and improving performance for athletes, helping golfers improve their game on the course, to keeping the weekend warriors doing all the activities they love to do.  Most importantly, we have fun during the process!


  • B.S Community Health and Wellness, Concentration in Movement Studies

  • License Massage Therapist (#MT02572)

  • Functional Range Conditioning mobility specialist

  • RockTape mobility specialist

  • Certified Personal Trainer

  • TPI certified (Titleist Performance Institute)

  • Official Massage Therapist for Providence Bruins

Contact Us

189 Governor Street, Suite 202
Providence, RI 02906


Thanks for submitting!

bottom of page