Meagan Moyers Provides Physical Therapy Specific to Women
At Resilience Physical Therapy, we specialize in providing specialized treatment for women dealing with pelvic floor dysfunction! Earlier in the month, our very own Meagan Moyers was featured in an article by the Signal Mountain Mirror detailing how she provides therapy to women in the Chattanooga area.
When it comes to women’s well-being, Meagan is dedicated to not only providing the best treatment possible to her patients, but is also hyper aware of the fact that each woman’s journey is unique. “My passion for pelvic health really started to take form after the birth of my second daughter. Through my personal journey through infertility, miscarriage, pregnancy, and post-partum recovery and return to fitness, I became passionate about translating my personal experiences into clinical practice, though each woman’s journey is uniquely her own.”
With 10 years of experience as a physical therapist, Meagan recognizes that being able to help women become healthy on a daily basis is a dream come true. “One of the main driving factors in my decision to open a private practice for pelvic health is the ability to see patients one-on-one for a one-hour session each visit. There is huge value in individualized care, and research has shown more efficient, faster results with this type of practice model.”
A main focus for Meagan is providing physical therapy services for women who are navigating the health issues surrounding pregnancy. “Physical therapy during pregnancy is highly effective in addressing pain, posture, body mechanics, and pelvic floor strengthening that will not only help during pregnancy, but can help during birth and postpartum recovery,” said Moyers.
Pelvic Dysfunction Treatment is Unique
Through a variety of treatments, including trigger point dry needling, pelvic floor muscle training, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization, and pelvic floor relaxation techniques, Meagan is able to provide women not only with techniques that can help with their pelvic floor dysfunction but an overall wellness plan designed to provide each and every patient with the therapy that is best suited to treat their unique issues.
Meagan believes that all of her patients have a story to tell and that there is true value in taking the time to listen to her patients and hear their experience. Each initial visit begins with a conversation with the patient, allowing them to tell Meagan exactly what is going on and what factors led to the patient coming to her to seek treatment.
We hope that you enjoyed this blog post and that you will continue to consider Resilience Physical Therapy for your therapy needs. We are dedicated to helping women across all age groups and we hope that you reach out to us if you are experiencing pelvic issues.
If you would like to learn more about the pelvic dysfunction treatment options Meagan offers at Resilience Physical Therapy in Chattanooga, please visit our website. If you are already convinced the Meagan is the right choice for your physical therapy needs, you can schedule an appointment here.