What I treat

Although Geaux Fight Physical Therapy is cancer-centric, a multitude of conditions are treated. I have been practicing since 2008 in various settings from outpatient orthopedics to skilled nursing facilities. Here are some examples:

  • Lymphedema
  • Radiation fibrosis syndrome
  • Acute, subacute, and chronic pain
  • Movement disorders
  • Muscle strains
  • Ligament sprains
  • Joint pain and arthritis
  • Pre- and post- surgical care
  • Balance issues and falls
  • General weakness
  • Neurological conditions

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The beauty of mobile health is I come to you! Ever feel like you know you need to do your exercises, but it’s just so hard to get yourself moving? Ever feel stressed that you just don’t have the time? I provide one-on-one services that are tailored specifically to your condition and your unique self! The therapy session is focused, which improves the quality of the interaction and the quality of the instruction. The necessary equipment is brought to you and your home exercise prescription is given in the very environment to ensure proper form and technique between visits.

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Cancer Exercise

I feel we can all appreciate how quickly treatments change. This is why I am committed to lifelong learning to facilitate your healing at the right rate. I am a certified lymphedema therapist through Klose Training and understand the precautions and contraindications during certain cancer-specific treatments such as radiation or during post-op care.

I am a certified Cancer Exercise Specialist recognized through the Cancer Exercise Training Institute. This extensive and prestigious program ensures that all specialists have the most up to date and current information.

Furthermore, I am committed to progressing the knowledge base in our field of oncology physical therapy to help future patients. I have a goal to become Board Certified in Oncology Physical Therapy, a newly recognized Specialty Certification approved by the American Physical Therapy Association. Through this certification, I will have the tools to further my knowledge and help with research in the field of exercise oncology.

For more specific information regarding cancer-related treatments, check out the Exercise Oncology section →

Manual Therapy

The first big achievement in my career was to become a Fellow in the American Association of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists. The program took years to complete with hours of study and practicing hands-on techniques to restore proper joint mechanics.

People often ask what the difference between me and a chiropractor is since I can mobilize and manipulate almost any joint in the body. Well, I’ve been trained in finding the specific area of dysfunction then correcting it manually. Once joint mechanics are improved, we then perform specific exercises designed to maintain appropriate alignment.

Other manual therapy techniques include soft tissue massage, scar mobilization, and myofascial techniques. The main goal is to find the source dysfunction and correct it.

I can also provide a full lymphatic massage directed at detoxifying congested tissues and improving your overall health and tissue mobility.

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