I have been practicing pelvic physical therapy in this building since January of 2008 when I was working for another rehab group. It is really hard to imagine not driving here everyday, as this place holds SO many memories for me! But change can be a good thing, and my staff and I are VERY excited to begin a new chapter in our new space in Alpharetta. Lots more details coming soon!! Stay tuned! ... See MoreSee Less
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I’m so fortunate to have fantastic faculty, staff, and students to work with where I teach physical therapy - UNG in Dahlonega. Spring semester, here we go!! ... See MoreSee Less
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Unexplained pain in the pelvic region? Pain with sex? Sadly, many people feel very much alone and often “dismissed” when trying to seek help for these issues. There is hope to be found by working with an experienced pelvic PT. Don’t wait any longer - no referral is required to get started! ... See MoreSee Less
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Many studies show an association between lack of restorative sleep with diminished cognitive function (that sure makes sense!), chronic pain, decreased immune response, and depression. As we all continue to fight various illnesses as well as mental fatigue from thinking about them, perhaps focusing on getting more rest should be a goal as we begin 2022. So… what keeps you up? If it’s mostly habits, why not try making some changes for better physical and mental health! #sleep #chronicpainawareness #chronicpain #sleepandcognitivefunction #changinghabits ... See MoreSee Less
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