Specialized Physical Training
The Fusion of Physical Therapy, Personal Training, and Exercise Science.
Specialized training for adults managing chronic conditions such as:
- brain injury
- Parkinson’s Disease
- multiple surgeries
- risk for falls.
Too often patients are discharged from traditional healthcare services without reaching their full potential or knowing how to get there safely. So, I created a company that bridges the gap between traditional physical therapy and optimizing performance. Physical activity is an integral part of well-being at any stage in life. At Optimize Performance PT, I strive to create an atmosphere where people with chronic conditions feel comfortable exercising and empowered to improve their health. I help you meet your physical activity goals and break down any barriers to exercise, such as the fear of getting hurt, aggravating an injury, or just not knowing where to start.
One-on-one sessions for 1 hour. Get the attention you need for appropriate exercises, form, and frequency. Save the more you buy.
- $85 for 1 hour session
- $750 for a package of 10 sessions
- $125 for home visits (* Rate applicable to homes in Dunwoody, Brookhaven, or Sandy Springs. Use contact form for a quote for locations outside these cities.)
What you can expect:
- neuromuscular strengthening
- endurance building
- balance training and fall prevention
- flexibilty and stretching
- gait training indoor and outdoor
Aimee is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, Certified Neurologic Specialist, and Certified Wellness Coach. She believes exercise and physical activity are an integral part of our well-being, no matter what stage in life. And she strives to help people of all physical abilities feel comfortable exercising.
Aimee received her Masters in Physical Therapy degree from Emory University in 2000. She later received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy degree from Marymount University in 2009 and her Neurologic specialty in 2013. Recently, she became a certified wellness coach. Her mission is to help individuals living with a chronic condition or disability, maximize their health and well-being, even under difficult circumstances.
Aimee’s work experience includes working with researchers at Emory University investigating new therapy interventions for patients post-stroke. She has also been a past consultant with Emory University, Georgia State, and Mercer’s Physical Therapy programs.
Outside of work, Aimee enjoys spending time with her 4 children and husband.