What to expect when you come to us

What to expect the first day

What to expect when you come to Embody Physiotherapy & WellnessYour first visit at Embody Physiotherapy will include :

  • A comprehensive musculoskeletal and movement examination. We will discuss what it is that YOU are having difficulty with and what you want to be able to achieve and do.
  • We will begin treatment during the first visit. Based on our evaluation, techniques that we might utilize will be movement techniques and exercises, manual therapy, and education to help you decrease pain and improve mobility, strength, and function.
  • You will leave with the beginning of an individualized home program to work towards improved function, mobility, balance, strength, and less pain and stiffness-whatever it is that you need and want to do.

We will work with your health and fitness team will allow you to achieve the best results for today and years to come.

For Children and Their Parents:

Rebecca evaluates and treats children, preteens, and teens with Pelvic Floor Dysfunction including but not limited to bedwetting, daytime incontinence (leaking), "giggle incontinence", encoparesis and constipation, and fecal incontinence, as well as pain.  The evaluation and treatments are NOT invasive (typically, no internal work with kids!), and parents or guardians are involved. Education is a large part of this process, as well as giving tools for management.   Please contact Rebecca at rebecca@embody-pt.com to learn more about helping your child to be confident and dry or to set up a time for an evaluation. 

At E​mbody, we treat:

Orthopedic & Movement

  • Back and Hip Pain
  • Neck and Upper Back Pain
  • TMJ Problems

Pelvic Health & Pain

  • Urinary and Fecal Incontinence
  • Pelvic Pain
  • Pain with Intercourse
  • GI Dysfunction

Pregnancy & Post-Partum

  • Back and Hip Pain
  • Neck and Upper Back Pain
  • TMJ Problems
  • Pregnancy and Post-Partum Problems

Performing Arts & Sports

  • Back and neck pain
  • Shoulder, elbow and hand pain
  • Pelvic / hip, knee and foot pain
  • Changes in performance abilities