Frequently Asked Questions

Most questions about our clinic can be answered below.
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Why Should I Work With You?
We are unlike any other chiropractor or physical therapist.

As an active individual, you are looking for someone who understands what you do. Someone who walks the walk. Someone who has spent, and will continue spending, countless hours learning and improving to provide you the best and most up-to-date treatments. Someone who is truly passionate about their profession. Someone who will work with you to help you understand how your body works and moves. Someone who will help you fix yourself.

We have the background, knowledge, passion, and understanding that you are looking for.

We will not pressure you into long-term treatment plans. We will not scare you into returning for care. We will never rush you into unnecessary x-rays or imaging. We will not only “adjust” or “manipulate” your spine or perform other passive therapies and send you on your way. We will work with you to achieve your goals as quickly as possible. We will hold you accountable. We will give you the answers you need.

Expect one-on-one sessions. You will receive care from either Dr. Jen Hosler or Dr. Ryan Hosler, individually.

Expect your questions to be answered. We will take the time to answer your questions and listen to your concerns and goals.

Expect homework. The time spent with us in the clinic will not be enough time to make permanent changes. You will be provided with exercises, stretches, and lifestyle modifications to make the changes necessary to get out of pain, remain pain-free, and function as a better human.

Expect to move (and maybe even break a sweat). Please wear athletic clothing you are comfortable moving in to all appointments. Examples: shorts, workout pants or leggings, t-shirts or tank tops, sports bras, etc.

How Long Is The Initial Appointment?
The initial appointment will last about 90-minutes.

This will allow us to gather a thorough history, take you through our comprehensive movement assessment, and provide you with treatment all within the same visit.

How Many Treatments Will I Need?

The short answer is, it depends. The longer answer is, it depends on your condition, your activity level, and your overall health. Every patient is different.

We do not tie a certain number of visits to a condition. If you are getting out of pain faster than expected, great! We do not make you sign up for crazy treatment plans. We will not force you to come in to our office if you are out of pain.

Most patients should get better within 6 visits. Typically, 3-5 visits is all that is needed.

What Are Your Prices?

To inquire about pricing, please contact us by filling out this quick 30 second form.

So we can serve your specific needs, please tell us exactly how you want us to help you. The more information you provide, the better we can serve you.

We will respond within 24 hours.

What Conditions Do You Treat?

We treat a wide variety of movement and sports-related conditions.

Some of the most common include:

  • Low back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Knee pain
  • Hip pain/hip impingement
  • SI joint pain
  • Joint pain & arthritis
  • Soft tissue/muscle injuries
  • Degenerative discs, disc herniations & disc buldges
  • Sciatica
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Shin splits
  • Tennis & golfer’s elbow
What If I'm Not In Pain?
GREAT! We can help you stay out of pain and continue living a pain-free life.

Our comprehensive movement assessment searches for painless dysfunctions. A painless dysfunction is a movement pattern or joint that is less than optimal, but is not currently causing pain. There are several reasons to address your dysfunctional joints and movement patterns. The main reason is that when your joints are not moving properly, abnormal stresses are placed on different joints and tissues, which can lead to quicker degeneration and may eventually cause pain. We should strive for optimal joint health and movement.

An easy way to think about a painless dysfunction is by thinking about what dentists do. Do you only go to the dentist if you have a toothache or a pain in your mouth? Or do you go to the dentist every 6 months for a routine check-up and teeth cleaning? Dentists do a great job at prevention and maintenance. They look for the potential problem and give you at-home care and instruction to prevent it from occurring. This is exactly how we practice utilizing our movement assessment. We find the problem and help you fix it before it causes pain and injury.

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Movement Upgraded (Inside Tampa Strength)

2908 W Gandy Blvd, Unit A, Tampa, FL 33611


Movement Upgraded

2908 W Gandy Blvd, Unit A

Tampa, FL 33611


Office Hours:

Monday - Friday 7AM - 9PM

Saturday - Sunday 10AM - 3PM


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