Humans are made to move. It’s how we interact with the world. When we are limited in our movement by pain, injury or neuromuscular dysfunction, we don’t feel well, which influences our choices and our thinking, and subsequently, we are not able to enjoy life to its fullest.
Physical therapy can help resolve old injuries, chronic pain, limited range of motion, inefficient movement patterns, and neuromuscular dysfunction. Simply put, physical therapy can help you move and feel better.
Teaching yoga for 15 years and studying the way people move inspired me to pursue a doctorate degree in physical therapy. Yoga can be very healing if done correctly, but if there is an underlying structural or biomechanical issue, yoga is not as effective, and in some cases, does more harm than good. Teaching yoga has also trained me to “see” the person as a whole person and has influenced the way I work with my physical therapy clients, forming a partnership for better health and function.
I specialize in resolving neck, back and pelvic girdle pain and dysfunction. But since everything is connected, I also work with shoulders, hips, knees, etc., often finding the root of the problem stemming from spinal and pelvic imbalances. I am one of only a handful of physical therapists in the nation trained in Strain-Counterstrain techniques by the Jones Institute. This technique is very gentle and relaxing for the client, and often provides pain relief when other traditional physical therapy techniques have failed.
In an effort to provide the best care possible, I offer private-pay one-hour appointments for $90. No referral from your doctor is needed. Just call and schedule your appointment. If you prefer to use your health insurance, arrangements can also be made, but a doctor’s referral will be needed. I look forward to working with you.
Audrey TanBody Ease Physical Therapy
6045 N. Palm Ave., Ste. AFresno CA 93704