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She made an observable difference
Jul 26, 2017
Chronic conditions such as mine seldom show observable changes in a single session. Yet that is what I am experiencing, e.g., reduced lordosis. With stretching at home to make the change last, I feel more optimistic than ever, despite setback-episodes such as the one last week that aggravated my right shoulder. As soon as I mentioned it to her, she saw the condition right through my shirt. Part of the session was spent just on that condition - I went home with less pain. More later sometime.
Ingeneously adaptive Amy
Jul 21, 2017
I am fascinated by Amy's ingeneous adaptation of her treatment plan to the condition my body presents. She listens well, including ideas I bring from discussions with my physical therapist and physiatrist. Then, we bounce ideas back and forth, and, before we know what, she has a treatment plan! The execution is even more fascinating. For example, in the last session, she made a significant observable before-after change in my posture.
We've made so much progress!
Jul 1, 2017
I've been seeing Amy 1-2 times per month since November 2016 and we have made tons of progress. I'm in much less pain now and we've done lots of trouble-shooting and problem solving. I appreciate Amy's collaborative approach. Would recommend to anyone!
Supplement to my previous review
May 4, 2017
In my previous review, I quoted Dr. Miriam Graham DPT that Amy had diagnosed a complex condition correctly and that Amy was smart. Her words carry a lot of weight because Dr. Graham herself is a very perceptive therapist, highly skilled at figuring out complex conditions - a "go to" person for other therapists when they need an expert. Last Tuesday, I went to Amy for treating a number of knotty conditions, which she addressed very painstakingly and sent me home relaxed and in better shape.
What my physical therapist said about Amy
May 2, 2017
In my last physical therapy, I reported to the therapist (Dr. Graham) Amy's observations during a rolfing session in the preceding week: When I had mentioned to Amy about fatigue-like pain the right calf, Amy diagnosed that it was due to overusing the calf instead of the gluteal muscles. Dr. Graham (who had also assessed the condition) said, "Amy is right. She figured it out, because she is smart." Dr. Graham kept repeating her appreciation of Amy's diagnosis many times. What more can I say?