enduraLAB is excited to promote a new project in its quest to become the pinnacle environment for health and fitness. Dx (abbreviation for diagnosis) is a project that will bring physical therapy services to the gym. The project will be led by Jenny and Garrett York.
Dx is a program for the individual that wants to improve their quality of life, whether it be at home, at work, or in the gym. This program is completely about YOU and how WE can use our knowledge and skills to help you reach your goals.
Are there movements/activities at the gym that are painful or you avoid? Are you uncomfortable at work? Why keep limiting yourself?
The first program under the banner of Dx will be PEDx.
Work with Jenny and Garrett York as they evaluate, assess, and treat your dysfunctions and asymmetries over the course of an 4-week program.
The program includes:
An initial evaluation:
Range of motion, strength, joint play, and body mechanics with functional activities will be assessed
A personalized plan of care:
Goals will be developed based on the findings from the evaluation and the individual’s desires
Four, 45-minute sessions with Jenny or Garrett (Thursday evenings or Saturday mornings). All attention will be on you
Sessions will consist of: Neuromuscular re-education, soft tissue mobilizations/cupping/percussion techniques and joint mobilizations
Home exercise programs:
You will receive simple exercises/stretches (1 or 2 maximum) to help maintain any breakthroughs
At the end of the program, your goals will be addressed
Spaces will be limited to 6 spots in the inaugural program, so act soon.
"QUICK FIX" APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE NOW!
Don't think you need 4 sessions, but you have pain/symptoms/frustrations you would like to address before your race, trip, etc.?
Allow us to help!
The quick fix is a single session where we evaluate and treat based on your immediate needs.
The session is still 45 min., and we will discuss maintenance post treatment to "lock-in" our work.
As this service is not scheduled, our availability will be determined by our work schedule.
The quick fix will be booked using a token system.
The tokens work according to supply and demand, and token charge will be pre-determined at time of scheduling based on therapist's availability.
10 tokens for $400
5 tokens for $250
*Regardless of circumstance, charges will not exceed 3 tokens.
To set up your appointment email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Garrett is a Doctor of Physical Therapy who graduated from Hardin-Simmons University in 2010. He has been practicing in Fort Worth since he graduated, and he has worked predominately in an outpatient orthopedics setting. He has experience with individuals of all ages, types, and sizes. He recently accepted the position of Director of Physical Therapy at OSMI (Orthopedic Sports Medicine Institute).
Garrett is a manual therapist, and utilizes an approach developed by the Institute of Physical Art. The approach focuses on soft tissue mobilizations, joint mobilizations, and neuromuscular re-education to return patients to their former glory. The theory of treatment also uses natural movement patterns to help better achieve the desired results.
Garrett was able to spend 15 weeks training under Gregg and Vicky Johnson, founders of the IPA, in Steamboat Springs, CO, in the summer of 2010. He has taken multiple courses with the IPA over his career, including: Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation I, Functional Mobilizations I, Back Education Training, and Functional Mobilizations of the Lower Quarter.
He has been a member of EnduraLAB for the past two years, and he enjoys going to the gym 5-6x a week to get his SWOLE ON. He also enjoys playing golf and long walks on the beach with his wife Jenny.
Jenny is a Doctor of Physical Therapy who graduated from the University of North Texas Health Science Center in 2013. She was in the inaugural class of the program, and she has since been practicing in Fort Worth. Jenny has been practicing in the outpatient orthopedics setting since graduating, but she also dabbles in the neuro setting. She currently practices at Fort Worth Physical Therapy.
Jenny is a manual therapist, and she utilizes an approach developed by the Institute of Physical Art. The approach focuses on soft tissue mobilizations, joint mobilizations, and neuromuscular re-education to return patients to their former glory. The theory of treatment also uses natural movement patterns to help better achieve the desired results.
She was introduced to the IPA by her loving husband, and her drive to learn has since exploded. Jenny was able to spend 14 weeks working under the tutelage of a fellow of the IPA in 2013. She has taken multiple courses with the IPA since graduating, including: Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation I, Functional Mobilizations I, Functional Mobilizations II, Core First Strategies, Functional Manual Therapy Foundations, and Functional Mobilizations of the Lower Quarter. She is also currently being mentored by a Certified Functional Manual Therapist, which allows her to hone and learn new skills on a weekly basis. She plans to certify with the IPA within the year.
Jenny has been a member of enduraLAB for the past 3 years, (make that 4 years if you count all the free classes she attended as a poor student). She also enjoys yoga, playing with her dog, and going to Chimy’s.