Originally posted on shape.com, written by Cassie Shortsleeve.

Do a yoga class then see your PT? At these new facilities, you can do it all under one roof.

For a while, boutique fitness-barre, indoor cycling, a treadmill class, or yoga-has been ruling the scene. But if you tweak your calf or need to make a PT appointment? That’ll land you somewhere else-a chiropractor’s office or a medical facility. (And we’re guessing your go-to fitness instructor and your sports medicine doctor have never met-or talked.)

Now? More and more companies are going big, incorporating not only other aspects of fitness (personal training, high-tech recovery tools, group fitness classes, and spa-à la Equinox) into their facilities but also sports medicine capabilities: chiropractic care, PTs, nutritionists.

Take Physio Logic, a Brooklyn-based holistic wellness facility. Here, you can work out but also get physical therapy and chiropractic care, acupuncture, and massage therapy. You can speak with dietitians or health coaches-and even get stem cell therapies (!). (Yes, the company has doctors on staff.) Physio Logic even has the ability to prescribe a medical marijuana card, says Lynda Salerno Gehrman, one of the company’s founders.

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