A Personal Message From Specialist Physical Therapist, Cynthia Weiss
Specialist Physical Therapist
If you or a loved one suffers from pain from a movement injury – so much so that you can’t return to the activities you love, like dancing – then reading this report may be the most important thing you do this year. It may unlock the reason for your pain and show you a way to get you back to the life you deserve and enjoy…
Basically a life where you don’t have to think about your pain and be active and mobile. My name is Cynthia Weiss and I have already helped many people over the last 3 decades with my recovery from movement injuries advice and expertise. What I want you to have is my new, completely free, 7 page report “9 Tips on How to Recover from Dance Injury – Even If You’ve Tried Everything Else” that reveals simple steps you can take immediately that are often overlooked.
This report will tell you how to align yourself, how to maintain good form, what to do to prevent injury in the future and all without the use of pain medications. Advice you can immediately put to use in your own home and in your daily activities.
The ebook reveals simple steps you can take to eliminate pain and return to class. Learn natural methods to keep you off painkillers and without needing a referral from your doctor. You will learn:
If you're ready to reserve a copy of this e-book, report, handout), click on the button at the top of this page or call me at 301-493-9257.
Here's to getting you back to dancing, traveling, and being with your family!
Leading Physical Therapist in the Kensington Area
P.S. A full commitment is made to each patient and much thought is put into reaching your goals based on a thorough evaluation of your posture, strength, flexibility, movement, gait, and function.
Look What Others Are Saying About Wellness Rehab Inc...
I recently had spinal fusion surgery after two years of debilitating lower back pain due to a serious disk herniation, and misaligned vertebra. During these two years my range of activity was severely constrained - it was nearly impossible to exercise, do social things, even shop for groceries or take a leisurely/extended walk. Prior to my surgery, I'd tried many treatment approaches which turned out unhelpful (physical therapy, osteopathic manipulations, pilates, massage, acupuncture, epidural cortisone injections and more). After surgery I knew that physical rehabilitation would be essential for getting back to full activities, but did not wish to go back to the run of the mill physical therapy regimen where therapists see me for 15 minutes, do not have time to carefully assess my condition, and hand me print-outs with tiny images of generic exercises. I sought a more deliberate, well informed and personally tailored mode of rehabilitation. Luckily, through referrals from trusted medical professionals, I found Wellness Rehabilitation. From the first session with Cynthia Weiss I realized that she offered a different and superior approach. We work on subtle core muscles control to protect the spine and we examine thoroughly my posture in daily functions (walking, lifting, reaching, sitting and lying down). Cynthia’s work also includes effective hands-on techniques for relieving trigger points pain and post-surgical muscle spasms, and she is very attentive to any information I provide about my body’s responses. The one-on-one, full hour sessions are delightful and very helpful. Cynthia helps me understand my body's mechanics, and she gives me insightful tips for homework exercises to enhance the use of core muscles while protecting the back from unnecessary strain. It is worth mentioning that I've been an avid dancer prior to my lower back issues so Cynthia’s involvement in this type of activity is an extra bonus for me. Currently, two months after surgery, I am pain-free, am able to take long walks in the parks, shop, do household chores, and engage socially. I would say to anyone reading this that you are in good hands with Cynthia, and things are likely to improve. Be diligent about the homework exercises and remain optimistic.
"Ballroom dancing is an activity I started as an adult and enjoyed immensely. Sadly, lingering feet injuries halted my participation in dance. I thought my feet would heal naturally and quickly, but that was not the case. Overtime my activity level decreased because of pain. My muscles atrophied and I became more and more de-conditioned. My first session with Cynthia was amazing and gave me hope. She is a master musculoskeletal alignment and mechanical dynamics. From the moment I shook her hand she began her assessment- using her eyes and hands to identify my issues. She is a natural teacher and strong communicator who takes time to help clients understand all factors at play. I now understand that the root of my injury wasn’t my feet at all. Due to weakness and imbalances in the core, I placed forces on my feet that overtime caused my injuries. I’ve experienced many lightbulb moments about my body and how it works. The rehabilitation process has allowed me to start over and build a body that I can depend on. I’m looking forward to returning to dance, new and improved. I sing Cynthia’s praise to family and friends who compliment my posture and more energetic appearance. If you long to return to the activity that you love, allow Cynthia to guide you to the strong and efficient body you deserve."