Category Archives for "Physical Therapy"

refreshing new minds
Mar 29

Refreshing new minds

By Connie Jeon | Blog , Physical Therapy

  The Alkaline Wellness employees recently traveled to Dahlonega to attend a career fair for North Georgia University’s physical therapy program. We were the only small business in attendance as well as the only physical therapy company that focused on total wellness. While we were outnumbered by the traditional physical therapy offices, it was refreshing […]

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Mar 24

Whole body healing

By Connie Jeon | Blog , Physical Therapy

I recently had a pelvic floor case which was referred to me by a local ob/gyn.  For those of you who don’t know what this is… it can include all conditions including: Urinary/Urge incontinence Organ Prolapse (Cystocele/Rectocele) Vulvodynia (Pain of the vaginal region) Dyspurunia (Pain with intercourse) Hip/Pelvic/Low Back pain With my focus in treating […]

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Mar 23

Trigger Point Dry Needling

By Connie Jeon | Blog , Physical Therapy

One of the many services that Alkaline Physical Therapy offers is Trigger Point Dry Needling (TPDN). TPDN is a technique used to relieve myofacial pain in the muscles using a very thin filament needle. Myofacial pain can be caused by many things (such as scoliosis, poor posture, poor body mechanics, and joint hypermobilites), but they […]

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Mar 23

Structural symmetry

By Connie Jeon | Blog , Movement , Physical Therapy

Structural Symmetry and Physical-Yoga-Pilates- Therapy Our bodies are like the wheels of a car, we need to be “balanced” and “aligned” periodically to ensure that the tires are wearing out evenly.  When I treat, I consider the pelvis to be the base of everything, if the pelvis is out of alignment, the whole spine from the […]

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Mar 17

Have more energy

By Connie Jeon | Blog , Nutrition , Physical Therapy

As a Physical Therapist, I share a personal space with my patients when treating them. Over time, found that each patient brings their own set of expectations, fears, and perceptions to the table.  The visit with me to facilitate healing only begins when our rapport and understanding is reached.  With this being said, I find that […]

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