Get more out of your treatment with an advanced multi-hands therapy technique designed to help those who are “stuck” in recovery.
About Katie Karn
Katie graduated from Jamestown College in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in Communications. She then attended Sister Rosalind Gefre School of Massage where she graduated top of her class in 2005. Katie worked in a massage clinic and chiropractic clinic before finding her home here at Apex Physical Therapy in 2010. Katie wears multiple hats at Apex and is the Director of Therapy Services and maintains a full time massage clientele.
Katie has received her certification in CranioSacral Therapy (CST) and additional education in orthopedic massage and pain management, Upledger CranioSacral Therapy (CS1, CS2, SER1, SER2, CTTB1 & Pediatrics), Neural Manipulation, Active Isolated Stretching, Barnes Myofascial release, Ear, hand and foot reflexology and Kinesiology taping.
Entries by Katie Karn
Concussions can be serious. Follow this guide and make sure you get your kids checked out.
Has a Google search of breast-feeding issues let you to the term “Tongue Tie”? Have you “diagnosed” or suspect your child has a tongue tie?
Our massage team has been waiting patiently to serve your pain management needs and we are ready to see clients May 1st.
It’s important to remember to breathe. Here are some tips for deep breathing for stress management.
Even massage therapists need some bodywork of their own. A snapshot about what I’ve done in my life regarding pain, therapy and recovery.
We are a private practice outpatient physical therapy clinic offer high quality care with a personal touch. We believe that every patient should receive the quality care needed to help them prevent or rehabilitate their injuries or illnesses.
Recent Blog Articles
- How to Stay Active this Thanksgiving Day November 25, 2020
- How Nutrition Affects Prostate Cancer November 23, 2020
- ED: What’s Up (or Not) Down There November 20, 2020
- About the Pudendal Nerve in Cyclists November 17, 2020
- Why “Pre-hab” Is Essential Before Prostatectomy November 13, 2020
- Guys, Could Your Pelvic Pain Be Coming from Your Pelvic Floor Muscles? November 11, 2020