Specialized in Women’s Health & Wellness
Providing care for women who suffer from Pelvic Pain & Dysfunction and any other musculoskeletal problems specific to women.
Dr. Nancy Cano, PT, DPT is a licensed Physical Therapist with 20+ years of experience in Physical Therapy and has been in private practice since 2006. She received her Bachelor’s in physical therapy from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas in 1999 and Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Texas Women’s University-Dallas in 2016. Continuing her education, Nancy has earned post-professional certificates from TWU in Orthopedic Manual Therapy and Women’s Health Certificate. She has also studied OMT (Osteopathic Manual Therapy) under Dr. Ed Stiles, D.O. F.A.A.C. and Micha Sale, P.T. who are well known for their techniques in functional restoration.
Nancy’s specialty has been treating orthopedic chronic pain conditions, such as chronic back and neck pain, hip pain, and shoulder pain. While treating both men and women, a larger percentage of her patients are female, and she has found that there are problems that are unique to females ranging from pregnancy to postmenopausal. The desire to learn more about women’s health issues took her on her journey to pursuing her Women’s Health Certificate with TWU. She believes this is an area that is under-served in the medical community and has a passion to serve the special needs of these women.
Nancy is a native Texan and has lived in Rockwall with her husband since 1999. She has three grown children and a growing number of grandchildren. Faith in Jesus Christ is important to her and she is an active member of Lake Pointe Church. Nancy has gone on several mission trips in Mexico, Nigeria, and Haiti. When not working she enjoys spending time with her family, and refinishing furniture.
Marie Chandler, PT, is a licensed physical therapist with over 30 years of experience in various settings. She received her bachelors degree in physical therapy from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in 1975. She has 20+ years of experience in Pilates as both an instructor and teacher/educator.
Marie helped oversee and develop the Performance Pilates Program at the Baylor Tom Landry Fitness Center in Dallas from the early 2000s till 2020. She has completed the Neuro-core Kinetic Certificate in 2004, Mat certification with Power Pilates in 2005, Teachers Training a Pilates Unlimited in 2007, and received her Pilates Method Alliance Certification in 2011. She has successfully completed the Comprehensive Pilates Transition Certification with Polestar Pilates International in 2015 and is an instructor/educator for Polestar Pilates.
One of Marie’s favorite saying is “Pilates brings the possibility to help people age in a strong body”.
For fun she spends time with her husband exploring the state of Texas as they participate in Trail Running throughout the Hill Country, Big Ben National Park, and other places.