Physical Therapy Testimonial – Greensboro, NC

Mary's Yoga

“When I began physical therapy with Aaron, I was experiencing lower back, hip and knee pain that was causing a decrease in my quality of life. Frequently I would get out of bed in the morning with lower back pain and I began to experience it almost constantly while driving or sitting for long periods. My attempts at “fixing it myself” by tweaking my yoga and exercise practices were not having lasting or consistent results, so I contacted Aaron.

Upon our initial consultation, he quickly diagnosed the source of my physical pain as a misaligned pelvis. Each time I visited Aaron for a treatment session he used myofascial release techniques that were very gentle, more like massage than what I imagined physical therapy to be, but each session brought about incremental changes in my structure that would ultimately effect long term positive results. In addition to the immediate pain that brought me to Aaron, he was also able to release the trauma of prior injuries, some years old, that were causing my fascia to constrict and cause pain.

Aaron is very professional, kind and knowledgeable. His goal is to help you return to good health, pain-free, and remain there by following very simple home treatments you can do yourself. I am now pain free and have a good understanding of how to remain that way in terms of my skeletal alignment and fascia release techniques I do at home. I recommend Aaron highly and without reservation.”

Mary Carabeau, RYT
www.MarysYoga.com

 

About The Author

Aaron LeBauer

Dr. Aaron LeBauer is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist. He owns LeBauer Physical Therapy, LLC, with his wife Andra, in Greensboro, N.C. He earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Elon University in 2008. Dr. LeBauer graduated from Duke University in 1996 with a B.A. in History and moved to San Francisco where he studied Massage Therapy and Health Education at the National Holistic Institute. He has specialized in Myofascial Release since 2000 and is an Instructor with the John F. Barnes MFR Seminars. A native of Greensboro, Dr. LeBauer returned in 2005 to continue the third generation of LeBauers as health care professionals in Greensboro. Dr. LeBauer enjoys riding one of his vintage Vespa and Lambretta scooters or his bicycle to work. He has raced bicycles since high school and as a category 1 amateur all over the United States. He was based out of Northern California and North Carolina and spent a very memorable summer racing in Belgium, France and the Netherlands. He enjoys working in his garden and has an edible landscape including pears, apples, scuppernogs (native muscadine grapes), raspberries, blueberries, figs, various seasonal vegetables and shiitake mushrooms. He has two beautiful daughters and an amazing wife.

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