Have you recently been diagnosed with Diastasis Rectis Abdominis (DRA)? Do you know what it is? Or how you got it? Come see me for an evaluation and treatment to assess the degree of separation and be further educated on … Read more »
By Effie Koustas, MSPT
Once you find out you’re pregnant, you’re hyper-aware of changes to your body. One of those changes is how pregnancy affects your circulation. Due to the demands of pregnancy, the heart and blood vessels are more … Read more »
You have had an uneventful pregnancy and are getting excited as your due date nears. Surprisingly, at about 36 weeks, you start experiencing this pain in your inner thigh. It doesn’t keep you from moving initially, but as the days … Read more »
Passion and Commitment Play a Primary Role In Your Physical Therapy
What makes a difference is not book knowledge alone. It is the effect of passion and commitment on providing the best possible service to the consumer.
Twenty-four years ago, … Read more »
During pregnancy, our bodies go through many changes, especially physical. It is a time when our posture will change, healthy weight gain should occur, and our endurance may decrease. Other changes may occur–low back pain and sciatica, neck/upper back pain, … Read more »