Yay! We are happy to host Katie Larsen, DPT a spectacular Physical Therapist to help you bridge the gap between moving well and exercise. When you are hurting, you still want to exercise, need to exercise, but you don't know exactly what to do...we are here for you!
Next Class/Program with Katie Larsen: May 20, 11 am -noon, "Pain Pointers"
We want to help you from where you stand or sit right now! Here's what we have planned so far AND we want to hear what you need and how we can help you specifically!
Monthly topic with specific help with movement limitations, recovery, return to exercise and tips for lifelong fitness from our Physical Therapist.
Relevant Article: There will be an easy to follow and apply to your life blog article
Fitness Inspired Class : Physical Therapist, Katie Larsen, will host an interactive class with exercises and tips on how to be healthy with activity, and we will all participate and learn how to apply the concepts to our own life.
Featured podcasts and Do the Thing coaching in our "Making Changes You Love to Live With" Podcast and our Do the Thing group coaching membership, interact and get help with a phenomenal Physical Therapist who gets that you may be busy, tight, and tired right now! We got you! We are going to make "doing the thing" that is going to help you more fun, more manageable and if you let us you can commit to a program, class, or showing up even one time at first to help stay accountable and get the results you are going to LOVE to live with!
Katie Larsen, DPT graduated from Grand Valley State University Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program in 2009. She has worked as a physical therapist in a variety of settings, including outpatient neurological rehabilitation, inpatient rehabilitation and outpatient orthopedics. She became McKenzie certified in 2016, and specializes in treatment of neck, mid and low back pain and headaches. She also specializes in balance and neurological disorders. When she’s not working she enjoys spending time with her husband and 3 kids, running, baking, reading and being outside.