A new Physiotherapist is helping Utah residents heal their bodies.
The new program at the University of Utah is called Myofasical Physiocracy.
It’s the brainchild of Dr. Roberta Tannenbaum, who believes a Physician-in-Training (PIP) can help individuals improve their physical, emotional, and mental well-being.
She says the program is unique in its focus on treating injuries, and specifically, those related to chronic lower back pain.
“If you are suffering from pain or have chronic pain and you are at a lower level of wellness, this is the program that will help you,” she said.
“I think if you are someone that’s at the very beginning of their career, and you have a chronic lower-back pain, I think you would find that it’s helpful.”
Tannenba is the founder and president of Myofasiscial Physiocrisys.
It’s a program that’s designed to address the most common injuries suffered by individuals.
The program provides training and certification in a wide range of disciplines, including orthopedics, physical therapy, massage, and occupational therapy.
“There are many things that I think are very important for the lower back,” Tannensbs program coordinator, Jennifer Hinkle said.
“One of the things is the ability to feel good.
Another is to feel better.”
Hinkle says that when people feel good, it’s easier to function.
That’s because we need to feel our bodies, to feel healthy, and feel good when we’re not doing anything.
“When I spoke with Tannentbs team, they were thrilled to share their new program with me.”
This is so amazing.
It’s an amazing opportunity to give back to a community that so often fails to provide services for people with chronic pain.”
It’s something that is helping so many people.”
It’s an amazing opportunity to give back to a community that so often fails to provide services for people with chronic pain.