are you ready to live a good life While Managing a Chronic Condition?
Achieve your physical goals
Improve mental well-being
Build connections with family, friends, and community
Find peace with current circumstances
See new possibilities
For People Living with Stroke, Brain Injury, Parkinson's Disease and More
If you are managing a chronic condition, like stroke, Parkinson’s Disease or constant pain, you may be living with physical, mental, and emotional side effects every day. You may also be struggling to find the tools or resources you need to manage a chronic condition daily AND live well.
Wellbeing is the interaction and balance of our physical, mental, social, and spiritual health. All are integral to a good quality of life. If one or more areas of health is off-kilter, life can feel out of balance and wellbeing suffers.
The good news is, you can live as well as possible, even when living with difficult circumstances. You just need the right tools and skills.
If this sounds like what has been missing in your recovery journey, The Chronic Wellness Coach can help.
Often people are discharged from traditional therapy without reaching their full potential. They have more they want to achieve.
I offer a combination of physical therapy experience, personal training, and evidence-based science to help you meet your physical activity goals. Together, we break down any barriers to exercise such as the fear of getting hurt, aggravating an injury, or just not knowing how to be physically active on your own.
We focus on what you want to achieve, without the limitations of insurance mandates or coverage.
Think of wellness coaching as personal training for your wellbeing.
We work together to create the change you want in your physical, mental, social, or spiritual health. Possible topics for wellness coaching include how to:
- engage in purposeful activities
- move past the status quo
- reach a physical goal
- connect better with family and friends
- sleep better or improve diet
- gain confidence with return to work or other activities.
I am a Doctor of Physical Therapy and a Certified Wellness Coach.
When I worked in a traditional physical therapy setting, I could only treat the physical problems of my clients. But I knew so much more was going on in their lives that affected their health: increased mental stress, strained relationships, inner conflict or confusion.
And they didn’t know where to turn to help themselves.
I wanted to be able to help the whole person, so I became a wellness coach. Now, I help clients live as well as possible while recovering from stroke or brain injury.
Thank you letting me be a part of your journey to living chronically well!