Physical Therapy & Wellness
Helping you to recover, function and perform at your best
Take charge of your health
Physical therapy is often thought of as a way to recover from injury, but it can also have a positive impact on your overall health and quality of life. Physical therapists are invaluable resources and act as clinicians, coaches, teachers and guides. Read on to learn more about my services and if I’m the right fit for you.
Physical therapy is a conservative (non-surgical) way to recover from injury, reduce pain, improve mobility, and optimize function and performance. If you want to feel, move, or perform better, start with a physical therapist (me)!
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If you (or your child) have been diagnosed with scoliosis, you may feel unsure what this means for your longterm health or what you can do about it. Depending of the severity of your symptoms, you can gain control over the progression of scoliosis (or excessive kyphosis) and learn conservative strategies to take care of your spine, improve your posture, and optimize your prognosis.
I have the skillset to guide you on your path with conservative management.
Knowledge is power!
The practice of yoga offers strategies to improve mind, body, and spiritual health. You do not have to be flexible or have the latest yoga gear to practice yoga. True yoga meets you where you are. You can invest as little or as much time as you want into learning how to apply yoga concepts in your life.
I’m a physical therapist and also a yoga therapist. You may benefit from working with me first if you have underlying concerns that make a group session intimidating.
You don’t need to be injured or sick to want to feel better. Wellness is essentially proactive and preventative medicine. It’s the decisions you make everyday towards improved mind, body, spirit health. If you want guidance on how to set, execute and accomplish your wellness goals, I can help! Learn more about my wellness services, conscious breathing instruction, and packages below.
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In this month’s newsletter, I share research on building muscle over the age of 65, the importance of staying active throughout life, and a fun video demonstrating functional strengthening in action.
Dr. Christine Carr
Hi! I’ve been a physical therapist (PT) for 25 years. I’ve worked in a variety of settings, but most of my career has been in outpatient orthopedics. I’m obsessed with learning about the body and mind and how they work together. The profession of physical therapy includes not only restoring optimal performance, but also enhancing health and well-being.
I have certifications in orthopedics, manual therapy, yoga therapy, and other specialties like dysfunctional breathing, which give me a diverse skillset to help people. My passion for yoga and functional medicine have given me insight and perspective on the complexities of pain, disease, and dysfunction. If you work with me, you’ll find I have an integrated approach.
Problem solving is fun for me. I work to uncover the source of your complaint so you have effective tools for managing it.
My goal is to guide you in helping yourself.
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