HealthWell is committed to excellence. Why does that matter? Working with only experienced physical therapists in our extended sessions with focused specificity provides superior results. The level of expertise and training our therapists have means patients have a higher quality experience.

Mindy Marantz founded HealthWell to be the premier provider of excellence in neuromuscular retraining and movement.  HealthWell’s philosophy is to see patients as a whole, treating you for the accumulation of your unique life experiences, and not just for today’s symptom, injury or pain.

The practice offers specific “hands-on” manual therapy including Myofacial Release, Pilates, Feldenkrais Method, Yoga rehabilitation and other new approaches in pain relief. HealthWell is a west coast hub for the Barral Method of organ specific fascia mobilization. The staff has studied the work of Dr. Jean Pierre Barral, treating patients with internal facia and neural restrictions as a result of repetitive movement, surgery, physical trauma and infection.

The advanced approaches offered by HealthWell therapists help patients understand the underlying reasons for the issues you are facing — and teach you to monitor your own body to better understand your own health.

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Introducing HealthWell Physical Therapy Group Team Members.

Mindy Marantz

Mindy Marantz, PT, MS, GCFP, Director

Mindy received her master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Columbia University after earning her undergraduate degree from UC Santa Cruz. Mindy was Chief of Rehab at a San Francisco hospital, she wrote Cine MRI research for a start-up, and practiced extensively in Sports Medicine. She now focuses more broadly on Functional Orthopedics and Manual Therapy.

Mindy is certified in the Feldenkrais Method of Movement Re-education and integrates that into retraining patients with motor learning, proprioception and balance challenges. For the past ten years, she has studied fascia through the Barral Institute, focusing on how both visceral and mechanical problems are related to fascial adhesions and disruptions.

She is recognized for her expertise in Hypermobility Syndrome and Ehlers Danlos Syndrome which require her broad range of advanced skills including craniosacral therapy. Mindy was a competitive golfer, equestrian and now enjoys hobby winemaking in Healdsburg, California, where she also sees patients.

We are committed to getting optimum results for every patient.


Our premier location and easy access reduces your stress. Our office location is the round high-rise building, on the southeast corner, across from St. Mary’s Cathedral at the intersection of Gough at Geary Blvd. Our convenient San Francisco location offers FREE parking in our parking lot, and non-metered street parking also available. Several San Francisco Muni Lines are available to reach us.