Modoma is a medically directed health and wellness clinic providing physical medicine and rehabilitation. We combine the benefits of massage with the medical practicality of physical therapy.
Using a comprehensive discovery process, we can focus on you as a whole to accurately pinpoint and treat the root of your problem(s), not just the symptoms.
Many healthcare professionals focus on the dynamic and more complex aspects of rehabilitation while neglecting the beginning phases of care. At Modoma, we believe the beginning stages build the foundation for optimal health, which is why we focus on combining relaxation therapy with total body wellness.
Founded in 2013, Modoma was initially structured around the concept of MedMassage — fusing the relaxation process with massage, physical medicine and rehabilitation. MedMassage encompasses manual therapy, deep tissue work, active-release techniques, stretching, and other modalities to release pinched nerves and built-up tension as well as providing a proactive approach to overall health. According to the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), “More than half of adult Americans self-medicate with a massage.”
Over time, we expanded into other modalities to offer the Modoma Health Framework™ — a comprehensive set of services made available to you to facilitate maximum medical improvement in the least amount of time. Utilizing the Modoma Health Framework, we develop personalized treatment plans and prescribe specific products and services to help you reach optimum health.
Our mission is to reduce stress, increase function, and ultimately improve your quality of life.
About Our Provider
Dr. Marchetti is a board certified physiatrist (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation). He graduated from UT Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, TX where he also completed his internal medicine internship.
After finishing his residency training at nearby Baylor University Medical Center, Dr. Marchetti joined the prestigious Texas Back Institute. He worked alongside world class orthopedic spine surgeons for 11 years prior to starting his own regenerative medicine practice in the Dallas area.
Dr. Marchetti is certified in Interventional Regenerative Orthopedic Medicine through the AAOM (American Association of Orthopaedic Medicine) and attends multiple regenerative medicine conferences annually to keep up with this rapidly evolving field.
His goal is to improve patient’s function, slow down arthritic conditions to hopefully avoid surgery and to reduce, if not eliminate, the need for pain medications. Dr. Marchetti does not prescribe schedule II narcotics.