Feel your function improve, avoid pain, ease through pain, seek no pain, or comfort with movement. Change momentum.
Feel agility in your torso, arms, and legs with moving.
Feel agitation or exhilaration when moving or with position changes.
Facilitate the transforming of lives of patients with physical therapy using complimentary methods. Sometimes in a stunning way.
“I am an orthopedic surgeon sub-specializing in sports medicine. I have sent many patients for consultation who have failed treatment in other facilities. Ray’s adjuvant use of manual therapy has proved timely and beneficial for these more difficult cases resulting in significant improvement in function. He has much to offer.”- Terrance McAllister, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon.
2003 - Anat Baniel Method for Children (sm)Training
Presently Ray is focusing on his business, enjoying measuring his abilities, and improving the well-being of others.
Feel unsafe, or safe and secure, in stationary, and changing positions.
Feel "scatterbrained" or mental focus, clarity, and concentration with expansive mobility.
We know that you're reputation is only as good as the results of your last patient. That's why Ray pride's himself on a results-oriented approach.
Feel the difference of frailty, or power, or force, or ability when moving or changing positions.
Feel "no gain", or "gain from pain", or comfort when moving.
Ray offers you his unique perspecive of introducing expansive, limitless possibilities of finding easy ways to move, or change positions. Surprisingly, knuckling under and working hard is not always needed.
Feel athletic with slow or fast speeds, less or high demand, with moving and position changes.
Get infants and children jump started moving easy, then finding their "wobble" balance, GPS navigation system, and joys in gravity moving.
Physical therapy is the treatment of temporary brokenness or difficulty moving around by physical and mechanical means. Physical therapists (PTs) are licensed health care professionals who can help patients reduce pain and improve or restore function and mobility - in many cases enhancing outcomes by using complementary methods like Ray uses to learn to move easier.
Physical therapists can teach patients how to prevent or manage their condition so that they will achieve long-term health benefits and well-being. PT's evaluate each individual and develop a plan, using treatment techniques to restore the ability to move, restore function, and improve well-being. In addition, PT's can work with individuals to create well-being by developing fitness and wellness oriented programs for healthier and more active lifestyles.