Melissa Reh, PT, MSPT, CSCS, FAFS
Owner and Physical Therapist
And I’m sorry... Because I know that if you’re here it’s because something is probably going wrong for you right now.
Perhaps it’s a new injury… or maybe you’ve been hurting for a while and are at your wits end trying to figure out what to do to fix it.
Either way, your life is probably a bit turned upside down. You can’t move how you’d like to or need to. And if you’re like most of my clients, you’re looking to find out whatever it is you need to do to make the pain just Go. Away.
I get it.
A few years ago, I had the opportunity to work with a patient who was struggling to rehab a knee injury. In the middle of one of our treatment sessions, she broke down in tears telling me that she could finally stand long enough on her injured leg to wash her other foot in the shower.
In that moment, I understood how deeply our work together had impacted her life.
And because of her I continue work to find the “Yes” for people facing “No” in their lives due to injury or pain. Movement is a tremendously powerful tool in the battle… and when we use it well, you can get back to living the life that you’re meant to live- playing sports, dancing, chasing your kiddos… or whatever lights you up.
So, yeah. I’m sorry. But the fact that you’re here also means that you’re not giving up… you’re gettin’ after it. Awesome.
You’re probably also wondering if I’m the right person to help you. That’s a good question.
When we work together, we not focus on your injury alone, but on you, on your goals, and on the movement issues that once addressed, will help get you going where you want to go.
With this process, my clients have achieved amazing transformations…
From being stuck doubled over in pain every day… to playing basketball regularly again (including dunking!)
From having too much neck pain to handle a 10 minute cab ride… to enjoying 3 days of riding in a Jeep on an African safari.
From having to modify down every type of exercise class to avoid neck and shoulder pain… to teaching multiple fitness classes each week and even rocking out yoga headstands.
From 7 months of limited dancing because of ankle pain and stiffness… to dancing en pointe again.
And that’s just a few of them. But in all honesty, none of these transformations came easily to these people. They all had to commit to getting the result they wanted and stick with that commitment through multiple challenges. And they had to get the right help to see them through it. Otherwise, what was challenging would have been impossible.
So, how about you? What is important to you that you cannot do because of injury or lingering pain? What goal have you been working toward, but can’t quite reach? What are you committed to fixing so that you can live the life you want to live?
What is your “No” that we can get started on turning in to a “Yes?”
To schedule a call to speak with us about your specific situation, book a free call today. We’ll get on the phone with you, hear your story, and help you get clarity on you best next steps. If we can help, we’ll let you know how. If not, we’ll point you in the direction that best serves you. Either way, you win.
Melissa Reh is founder and owner of Kinesi, LLC Movement Based Physical Therapy and Fearless Dancer, LLC. Melissa has partnered with Dancenter North to deliver movement wellness education to dancers interested in maximizing their movement capabilities and reducing their risk of injury. Melissa also co-founded and served as Director of Health and Wellness for Audible Odyssey, a Chicago-based non-profit organization dedicated to the support and development of professional tap dancers. While at Creative Rehab in Gurnee, Illinois, Melissa created and developed “The Dancer Answer”, a program providing education and customized physical therapy to amateur and professional dancers.
B.S. Kinesiology University of Illinois- Urbana-Champaign
M.S. Physical Therapy University of Wisconsin- La Crosse
Licensed Physical Therapist in the States of Illinois and Wisconsin.
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)- National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)
Fellow of Applied Functional Science (FAFS)- Gray Institute for Functional Transformation
Certified in Applied Functional Science (CAFS)- Gray Institute