On Her Private Practice Podcast, we are so excited to release our first podcast! Joining Dr. Nancy Cano is special guest Madison Cano, OTR/L about her experience with a physical therapist postpartum.
As a pelvic floor physical therapist, I often hear from my new mommas that they don’t feel normal even after their six week follow up with their ob-gyn.
Check out my interview where I talk about our Women’s Health & Wellness Clinic N-Balance Physical Therapy.
Women who may be suffering from pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic pain, or other musculoskeletal problems specific to women and overlooked from other healthcare providers can experience care in the comfort of a craftsman style location. Located in downtown Rockwall, in one of the historical homes, they can experience a homey atmosphere, soothing colors and calmness…
N Balance Physical Therapy is hiring! If you are a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist with the added talent of being an Orthopedic Manual Therapist, you will fit in great in our work environment. Benefits of working here is that you only see one patient an hour. Yes, it’s true! We see our patients one-on-one for up to…
Here at N-Balance Physical Therapy our business model is to treat each patient one-on-one for up to an hour with a Doctor of Physical Therapy in every session. With this approach we usually only need to see the patient once per week. Due to progressively worsening reimbursement rates and pressure from insurance companies, the therapist at in-network clinics must see at least 2 patients per hour (sometimes more) and often use technicians and/or assistants to provide much of the actual patient care. Most of the patient’s time at the clinic is spent doing exercises that they could do on their own time and do not receive much hands-on treatment. Furthermore, these types of clinics tend to require patients to attend 2-3 appointments per week.