Yoga has been proven time and time again to be beneficial to our health. It improves strength, flexibility and stability, all while incorporating breathing and mindfulness- what’s not to love?! At WholeBody, we feel that Yoga should be an integral part of a well rounded fitness program. We are excited to offer Yoga classes right here at WholeBody!
Click here to register for beginner, Vinyasa, Restorative, or Yoga Sculpt classes.
If you have pain, we can help! We can provide physical therapy services (with or without a physician order) for diagnosis such as:
Shoulder pain, knee pain, back pain, hip pain, ankle pain, neck pain, elbow pain, wrist pain, headaches, post surgical rehabs, fibromyalgia, arthritis, pre surgical strength conditioning, post surgical rehabilitation, bulging discs, impingement syndrome, arthritis, plantar fasciitis, chronic pain, vestibular disorders including BPPV, strains/sprains, whiplash, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, meniscus tears, torn rotator cuff, frozen shoulder, tendinitis, balance disorders, gait deviations, and myofascial dysfunction.
Yes, that’s a lot of conditions – and we can help you get better if you’re dealing with any of them!
Our treatment plans include the use of therapeutic exercise, trigger point release, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization, Myofascial Release, taping, cupping Muscle Energy Techniques, joint mobilization and joint manipulations.
Pelvic Health Program
At WholeBody, we offer a comprehensive pelvic health program which includes:
Postpartum Rehab: If you have EVER had a baby, you are a postpartum momma! Carrying and birthing a baby is HARD on the body! Women are frequently living with urine leakage, pelvic heaviness, painful sex, back pain, sacroiliac pain, poor posture, pelvic instability, core weakness/instability, and /or persistent abdominal separation (diastasis Recti). If this is you, you don’t have to “just live with it”. This program is designed to assist women in all stages of postpartum (including YEARS later) to get their bodies back to doing whatever they want, whether that be running, Crossfit, or just being able to jump on the trampoline with their kids without peeing!
Pregnancy Related Pain: Pregnancy and childbirth are truly amazing times in our lives. This stage is full of change and excitement. However; some of the amazing bodily changes can also lead to back pain, pubic pain, sacroiliac dysfunction, urinary leakage, hemorrhoids, pelvic pain, and difficulty enjoying your life. Our pregnancy specific program will help you gain back your function and decrease your pain so you can enjoy your pregnancy to it’s fullest.
Birth Prep: Childbirth is such an exciting event, but it can also leave some mothers feeling anxious and nervous. This program aims to help you best prepare your body through a specialized exercise program including strengthening, stretching, labor position education, and relaxation techniques to prepare you and your body so you can go into childbirth with confidence.
Incontinence: Do you leak urine when you cough, laugh, work out, or with daily activities? Do you seem to be going to the bathroom so frequently that it is interrupting your life? Do you sometimes have to go so badly you don’t make it. Pelvic floor physical therapy can help by determining the cause of these issues and set a plan in place including manual techniques, exercise, and diet and behavioral changes to help you get your life back.
Pelvic Pain: Many men and women suffer silently from pelvic pain. Whether it be pain with intercourse, tail bone pain, or pain with daily activities, pelvic floor physical therapy can help. Your physical therapist will utilize manual therapy techniques, exercise, and a specialized home program to ease your pain and improve your function.
Bowel issues: Whether you suffer from chronic constipation, fecal incontinence, hemorrhoids, or feelings of incomplete emptying, physical therapy can help by improving motility and muscle function of the pelvic floor allowing less difficulty and more control of your bowel system.
Infertility: Studies have shown that pelvic floor physical therapy can be effective in treating mechanical infertility. To find out if you might be a candidate, please contact the office.
Chronic Pain Program
Rebecca, Stephanie, & Amanda have been working with those in chronic pain for 23 years collectively. They have a deep understanding of how chronic pain can effect the day to day activities of those who suffer from it. They use a two fold approach- physical therapy and massage therapy- to help decrease pain, increase strength, and maximize the function of their clients.
TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint) Dysfunction Program
Have you ever had pain or difficulty with your jaw? TMJ dysfunction can cause difficulties with activities such as chewing, mouth opening/closing and clenching/grinding. It can also contribute to frequent headaches, jaw pain, and neck pain. Treatment for these issues consist of myofascial work inside and outside the mouth, mobilizations of the jaw, and treatment of the joints/muscles of the cervical spine. Amanda also offers assessments of sleep patterns in order to address these ailments.
Adolescent Athlete Injury Prevention Program
Over the years, we have seen so many adolescent athletes with preventable injuries. It is not uncommon to see an 18 year old with chronic back or knee pain, setting that teen up for a lifetime of pain.
The most remarkable thing all of these athletes have in common is a pronounced muscle imbalance. The Adolescent Athlete Injury Prevention Program works to identify these muscle imbalances and correct them BEFORE an injury occurs.
All of our athletes get a comprehensive physical therapy evaluation and a custom program to target all of their deficits. This program is designed for athletes aged 7-18 and works best when repeated every 6-12 months to account for growth spurts and changing physical activity levels with different sports seasons.
This program is also ideal for those athletes in the early onset of pain/discomfort, prior to developing a full-blown injury. The focus of this program is to resolve pain, correct the imbalances, and prevent future injury.
Clinical Runner’s Assessment
This program is run collaboratively by both Rebecca and Diane. Between them they have been running for 30+ years and have completed 12 half marathons, 5 full marathons, 5 half Ironmans and 1 FULL IRONMAN (Diane)!!!
This assessment takes a look at the runner as a “Whole” as it relates to running. This comprehensive exam assesses up to 40+ areas to identify any deficits that may be affecting your running gait. By identifying and correcting these areas, you will decrease your risk of injury, resolve/reduce any current pain, improve performance, and maximize running efficiency.
You don’t have to have pain for this program. Looking for guidance in getting started? Looking to return to running after an extended hiatus? We can help with that too by developing a targeted strengthening routine and tailoring a training program to get you to the distance you desire.
If you want to be a better runner or simply better enjoy your time running, we can help!
Clinical Cyclist’s Assessment
Cyclist often find themselves with back, hip, or knee pain. This program focuses on identifying the causes of pain and resolving them through lumbar mobility, core strength, hip mobility/strength, and posture on the bike. As an avid triathlete, Diane has a personal understanding of the physical demands of this sport and a passion for helping people enjoy it pain free. This program also includes a cross-training strengthening program to help cyclists keep their body primed for continued participation, whether it be for racing, or just leisure enjoyment.
A proper bike fit can help with hand numbness as well as pain in the ankles, knees, hips, back, shoulder, and neck. Good position on the bike can also improve efficiency while riding.
Diane holds a professional bike fitting certification through The Institute of Clinical Excellence. During this 90 minute session she assesses position of the cleats, pedals, seat, handlebars, and brake hoods and makes needed adjustments.
Clinical Swimmer’s Assessment
This assessment focuses on shoulder stability, posture, and core strength as they relate specifically to the sport of swimming. As a former collegiate level coach and a competitive swimmer of 27+ years, Diane can not only help you resolve pain, but she can also help you improve performance. New to the sport of swimming? Diane also has experience teaching swimming to those aged 1-70. Through her customized conditioning program and technique work, she can also help you develop into the swimmer you strive to be.
Rebecca, Stephanie, & Amanda are all trained in myofascial release. They offer deep tissue massage, myofascial release, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization, cupping and trigger point release.
Their sessions are a bit different from typical massage sessions. The first session starts with an evaluation so they can identify the source of the pain. Because they specializes in pain relief techniques, your sessions will only focus on the area(s) that are causing pain/tightness/discomfort. You will remain dressed and your sessions will be done in sitting and/or laying down, depending on what muscles are involved.
Tight muscles? Unable to get a good stretch on your own?
We offer therapeutic stretching sessions that integrate muscular stretching with Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization. You lay on the mat while we do the work! It feels amazing! It works great as a post workout/post run cool down as well!
This program is specifically for those 65 and older who have exhausted their PT benefits, have been discharged from PT earlier than they would have liked, feel they need a maintenance program, or those who just want to enjoy an active and healthy retirement.
This wellness program comes with a wellness assessment that we will use to develop a program to meet your personal goals. If you have recently completed a round of Physical Therapy, we would be happy to contact your previous Physical Therapist to be sure that our program integrates with the program you recently completed.
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