All of my tricks focused on getting you back to moving and feeling better.
As a massage therapist, I’ve always gotten individuals coming to me in hopes that I can alleviate their pain, correct their “imbalances”, or tell them where their porblems are. The hard part: research tells us that massage doesn’t really work like that (and when it does, it’s often temporary). So I created Movement Therapy sessions for those who have specific issues they want addressed.
Movement Therapy sessions, as you would expect, consist of manual therapy, but they’re more than that. They’re a blend of manual therapy, corrective exercise, and consultation to help educate you so you know how to move forward.
In these sessions, I pull from my experience as a Performance Coach and my skills as a Manual Therapist to provide a unique treatment for pain or limitations to get you moving forward. I let pain science and research be my guiding lights, and use my manual therapy tools to help alleviate pain and guide you back into training and moving well.
All of this together results in you moving and feeling better, FASTER. It's the perfect compliment to Chiropractic and Physical Therapy to help you to get more out of your treatments.
Have you been released from treatment by your provider and are trying to ease back into activity? This is the perfect transitory session to get you back to moving at your full potential. I often start individuals on the table and end them on the training floor.
Do you have an ache or pain that keeps sneaking up when you perform? Let me see if my unique approach can find your weak links and ELIMINATE IT AT THE SOURCE. If I can't figure it out, I have an awesome network of Docs and will send you to someone who can.
Is your mobility holding you back and not responding to traditional approaches? Let's figure out why your body is restricting you and nip it in the butt. Sometimes is not as obvious as, "a muscle is tight". Sometimes it's that a muscle's motor output is being up or down regulated by a sensory or positional dysfunction.
Is a movement not feeling right? Muscles not feeling like they're firing correctly? That is exactly what the neurobiomechanical approach is meant to address.
It's not Physical Therapy. It's not Chiropractic. It's not Rehab. I do not diagnose. I treat your movement systems, which usually results in you moving and feeling better.