New Physical Therapy Practice Specializes in Personalized Care
Physical therapists Dan Schumann and Rachel Thiel have taken the leap to start their own practice, PhysioBin, with locations in Wauwatosa and Milwaukee. To celebrate the opening of the new practice, Natural Awakenings readers can mention this news brief and receive a one-hour visit with an expert in muscle and joint health for only $79. The offer is valid through July.
Both Schumann and Thiel believe that taking the time to really listen to a client is important, because it helps them to meet the client’s needs and also aids the client in the journey of healing. “Something such as knee pain does not always resolve with rest, ice and basic exercises. We believe in discovering the root cause of pain as well as expanding, not restricting, the possibilities of movement and activity,” says Schumann. “Too many people either live with chronic pain or struggle to recover from an injury or surgery. All you may need is a different set of eyes on the problem with some new and unique solutions.”
Schumann adds that he and Thiel typically only need to see a client once a week, versus the usual three times weekly, because their unique treatment approach allows them to accomplish more during each session. Their clients report feeling better after each visit with the focused one-on-one care that Schumann and Thiel provide. PhysioBin also offers same-day appointments.
Locations: 11820 W. Ripley Ave., Wauwatosa and 131 W. Seeboth St., Ste. 215, Milwaukee. For more information and to schedule an appointment, call Rachel Thiel at 414-239-9771, call Daniel Schumann at 414-459-1224 or visit PhysioBin.com.
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