After the accident, injury, surgery, possible trauma, or difficult pregnancy, you sought medical care. Now, your doctor, chiropractor, or acute-phase physical therapist has said, “You’re recovering beautifully. Just come in from time to time for a check-up. However, it is crucial for you to exercise regularly to work on strength, flexibility, endurance and good posture.”
And you think, “How do I do that?”
Julie Sandler-Friedman is a Physical Therapist and a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner. She was a faculty member for 28 years in the Choreographier's Theater Dance Department at the New School University in New York City. She has taught at the School of Visual Arts, the Laban-Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies, and the Michael Howard Acting Studio. She has published articles in a variety of field publications. Her continuing education includes training in Ruthy Alon's Bones For Life®, Craniosacral Therapy, myofascial release, osteoporosis treatment, prenatal and postpartum physical therapy, and therapeutic yoga.
Her work benefits people with a variety of medical conditions such as osteoporosis, sciatica, arthritis, Parkinson's Disease, spinal problems and chronic muscle tension. It is also useful for pregnant women and those recovering from injury or surgery.