Between Sessions

Keep Me Posted

Especially with Myofascial Release work, the effects are often more pronounced 12 or 24 hours after the session. Let me know about any changes–good or bad. It will help me understand how best to proceed with the next session.

Connect Your Providers

If you have more than one health care provider treating you for the same condition or injury, then consider connecting them. I’ve found it tremendously useful to align treatment goals with clients’ physical therapists, primary care physicians, chiropractors, etc. We can better support you when we’re all on the same page. That said, information you share with me is confidential, and I will never disclose details about you without discussing it with you and obtaining permission in writing. Learn more on the Coordinated Care page.

Continue the Good Work

Try to keep up with any at-home exercises I recommend. I do my best to keep them short and sweet so you get the most bang for your buck! Know that I am always available to answer questions or adjust an exercise if it doesn’t suit you.

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Hurts so good!

For my clients who don't mind a little intensity, I heartily recommend the RAD Roller. I use it to keep my upper back and shoulders tuned up. It also works pretty well on quads and tight forearms.

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