The One on One Difference

Why choose to work with me?

First and foremost, I respect your time and understand that getting to physical therapy can be a PAIN! That is why I come to you. I offer customized assessment and treatment programs in the comfort of your home, workplace, gym, or other location of your choosing.

No more insurance company dictating what body parts your physical therapist can treat and what treatments will be covered. Together, you and I will come up with goals and a treatment plan that works for YOU! Having trouble with both your back and wrist? No problem! We can do that in the same visit.

Women's Health

Many women experience back pain, pelvic pain, or incontinence issues during pregnancy, after delivery, or even if they have never been pregnant. While this is common, it is not a "given" and it CAN be treated! I see so many women that joke about this as though it is to be expected. This does not have to be the case and it is something that can be helped with physical therapy!

There are many excellent PTs that do internal work for these conditions, and in some cases that may be necessary. But in MANY instances these conditions can be treated 100% externally through exercises, activity changes, and lifestyle modifications. For this we can work together in person or via video consult.

Do you have back or pelvic pain related to your pregnancy?

Do you have persistent back pain after delivery (even years later)?

Do you feel that you are weaker or have less control of your core muscles following pregnancy or C-section?

Do you notice a bulge in your abdomen (or "torpedo tummy") when you sit up from a lying position or when you do abdominal exercises?

Do you experience incontinence when you sneeze, cough, laugh, or exercise? Even if you have never been pregnant?

I can help with all of these things and more. Right in the comfort and privacy of your own home!

Here are just a few of the things I can help you with:

  • Start exercising or continue to safely exercise while pregnant.

  • Begin a new exercise routine after baby.

  • Be able to keep up with your kids!

  • Improve separation of abdominal muscles (diastasis recti) or sacroiliac (SI) pain.

  • Help to be able to cough, sneeze, laugh, or jump without fear that you are going to pee.

  • Decrease headaches or backaches from prolonged positioning.

  • Recovery from surgery, including: wound care, edema management, range of motion, strength, and function.