1212 Bodyworks Moves to
Emily Yenor, physical therapist and owner of 1212 Bodyworks, has moved to a bigger space near Goerke’s Corners: 20720 West Watertown Road, Suite 100, in Brookfield. With two decades of experience helping clients find pain relief, Yenor attributes her growth to a specialized therapy she uses, Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT). This technique blends gentle, hands-on therapies with precise, custom-fit exercise progressions.
“My training at Marquette University provided a wonderful physical therapy foundation, but MAT allows us to much more specifically locate and correct the muscle weaknesses that are often undetected by traditional methods,” explains Yenor.
Yenor says many of her clients seek out 1212 Bodyworks because they are frustrated by a lack of full recovery from traditional methods, or because other wellness practitioners have told them that nothing more can be done. “1212” is a numerical metaphor for “Stay Positive & Keep the Faith,” as Yenor believes in the innate capacity for the human body to heal given the proper balance of therapeutic intervention and education on caring for oneself, which she instills with each session.
For more information or to schedule a complimentary consultation, call 414-405-3956, email 1212Bodyworks@gmail.com or visit 1212Bodyworks.com.
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