The Mobility Method is a program created by me, Doc Jen, that provides you with all the tools to relieve pain, prevent injury, optimize movement, lift heavier, squat lower, and so much more! The program is created to teach you how to find your own restrictions throughout your body and implement these mobility routines into your everyday life for no more than 10 minutes a day! Included is 44 detailed, instructional videos, access to a private Facebook community, bonus content and programs created to get you out of low back, shoulder, knee or feet pain.
As a Doctor of Physical Therapy, I am limited in the number of people I can personally treat. A one-on-one session with me is $300/evaluation. I created The Mobility Method to reach more people and to make it afforable for you to optimize your body in your own home. I’m so excited for your journey to start. Click HERE to join me now!
Myodetox is a system involving a full body scan and unique manual treatment, using techniques specific to treatment of the whole person, not just the site of pain. In addition to Myodetox, I utilize a variety of techniques including IASTM tools, FRC and RockTape as needed. The movement assessment uses SFMA for an overall screen and dives into specifics of mobility, stability and motor control deficiencies. Click the link above to contact me today. Let’s get your body back on track!
The Handstand Program through MyQuest is a great challenge toward mastering your best handstand. I share the best tips toward achieving the necessary strength, flexibility and body awareness to maintain stability on those hands. It only takes a commitment of 5 to 20 minutes a day to achieve your goal! Click the link above and challenge yourself today to prove that you can do it!
The best way I like to explain myself, is that I am a MOVER! I have been active since I was a young child, falling in love at an early age with gymnastics and competing for 9 years. After quitting at age 16, I competed in track and field (pole vault and triple jump) and danced. Though I sustained minor injuries, including a thumb fracture, sprained ankles, and pulled muscles, I never once went to a physical therapist. Yet, I loved anything having to do with anatomy, physiology, and without knowing for sure whether physical therapy would be my path, I decided to study Kinesiology at California State University, Fullerton…. (read more)