An Independent, Creative approach to Therapy.
"What brought me to Physical Therapy is my lifelong interest in the human body and how it works. In addition to my physical therapy degree, I've completed advanced training by completing my Doctorate in Physical Therapy to further my knowledge on the musculoskeletal system. The extra education pays off in the kind of therapy I'm able to give our patients. I customize every therapy program, often in creative ways that patients can enjoy.
"In our practice, Jeanne and I are also able to give patients the kind of care we believe in. As licensed physical therapists, we feel it's important that we care for our patients ourselves. We also spend lots of one-on-one time with our patients. Our way of doing things might seem a little unusual to some people who've had different experiences elsewhere, but we wouldn't have it any other way. It's the kind of care that gets results, and it's the kind of care we feel our patients deserve.
Physical Therapy: for a lifetime of good health.
"For me,one of the best aspects of Physical Therapy is its power to impact your quality of life for the long term. A big part of our mission is to educate you about your condition and provide you with the information and guidance you need to help yourself. The knowledge you gain during your therapy and the motivation we supply can help you adopt many positive habits that will keep you healthier for the rest of your life."
Cindy spoke on public radio regarding the topic of monochromatic infrared light treatment for Peripheral Neuropathy, in 2005.
Education, Teaching Experience and Advanced Training
Doctor of Physical Therapy:
A. T. Still University, Mesa, Arizona.
Bachelor of Physical Therapy:
Physical Therapy, St. Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri.
Certified Competancy in Vestibular Rehabilitation (Herdman Method)
Neurodevelopmental Treatment Approach for Adult Hemiplegia (NDT method),
Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment of the Spine (McKenzie),
Weight Trainer, Certified by the International Weightlifting Association.
Evaluation and Treatment of Balance and Vestibular Disorders and Spinal Disorders
Cindy has published ten research articles reviews for the American Physical Therapy Association "Hooked on Evidence" project in partial completion of her Doctorate.
Author of 7 Home Study Courses for Physical and Occupational Therapists
American Physical Therapy Association,
Vestibular Disorders Association (vestibular.org)
Continuing Education Courses for Physical and Occupational Therapists on:
"Principles of Vestibular Rehabilitation"
"Systematic Evaluation and Treatment of the Rehabilitation Client"
Author of six Home Study Courses for Physical Therapists,
Former Instructor for Lab Classes in Physical Therapy at Northwestern University, and Midwestern University.
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