Arriving at Your Appointment

  • Wear light-colored, workout-type clothing
  • Your therapist will want to see your shoulders, hips, knees and ankles as best they can
  • For women, if you aren't comfortable wearing a sports bra, please wear a tank top
  • For men, please wear a t-shirt and shorts
  • For both males and females please wear or bring tennis shoes

During Your Appointment

Your first appointment will include:

  • Discussing your symptoms, current struggles, and ultimate goals with your therapist
  • Postural photos (photos will be updated throughout the process to document postural changes)
  • Postural analysis and discussion of compensations and dysfunctions that are causing your pain
  • Functional testing
  • Gait analysis
  • Execution of your “menu” of tailored E-cises created by
  • Egoscue Univeristy®, designed to restore function to your body and eliminate pain
  • A printout of this menu along with a digital version with videos of how to do each e-cise.

After Your Appointment

You will continue to do your menu of e-cises daily in your own home. Your therapist will suggest the desired amount of time between appointments. Remember, this is a process, but your body position will be changing! Therefore, it’s important that we see you to update your menu as your posture changes.

More Info About Posture Alignment Therapy

After reading our website, if you want more information on the foundation, you can read either one or both of these books:

  • Pete Egoscue: Pain Free, A Revolutionary Method For Stopping Pain
  • Pete Egoscue: The Egoscue Method Of Health Through Motion

 

After reading these books and trying the exercises included in them, if Pete’s message resonates with you, then please come back and contact us to begin your therapy plan.

PAT SESSION

What to Expect

This series of pictures is Randee working with a client one on one.  She is teaching a few of the postural exercises and adjusting the client in addition to educating the client throughout the postural therapy process.

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How Long Does It Take?

RANDEE ENGELHARD,

MPT, PAS

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Posture Alignment Specialist

Licensed Physical Therapist

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Arriving at Your Appointment

  • Wear light-colored, workout-type clothing
  • Your therapist will want to see your shoulders, hips, knees and ankles as best they can
  • For women, if you aren't comfortable wearing a sports bra, please wear a tank top
  • For men, please wear a t-shirt and shorts
  • For both males and females please wear or bring tennis shoes

During Your Appointment

Your first appointment will include:

  • Discussing your symptoms, current struggles, and ultimate goals with your therapist
  • Postural photos (photos will be updated throughout the process to document postural changes)
  • Postural analysis and discussion of compensations and dysfunctions that are causing your pain
  • Functional testing
  • Gait analysis
  • Execution of your “menu” of tailored E-cises created by
  • Egoscue Univeristy®, designed to restore function to your body and eliminate pain
  • A printout of this menu along with a digital version with videos of how to do each e-cise.

More Info About Posture Alignment Therapy

After reading our website, if you want more information on the foundation, you can read either one or both of these books:

  • Pete Egoscue: Pain Free, A Revolutionary Method For Stopping Pain
  • Pete Egoscue: The Egoscue Method Of Health Through Motion

 

After reading these books and trying the exercises included in them, if Pete’s message resonates with you, then please come back and contact us to begin your therapy plan.

After Your Appointment

You will continue to do your menu of e-cises daily in your own home. Your therapist will suggest the desired amount of time between appointments. Remember, this is a process, but your body position will be changing! Therefore, it’s important that we see you to update your menu as your posture changes.