Sorry for the lack of posts on the blog in the past month! Here is a quick update of the fun things I have been up to:
I have joined the Consulting Team for Whole 9 Life. I am so thrilled and honored to join such a talented, bright group! Here is a link to the services I now offer (just scroll down the page):
and here’s a link to my guest post for the blog:
On a day when I thought things couldn’t get any better, my guest post for Robb Wolf’s blog went live on the same day as my post for Whole 9 Life!
I am still pinching myself to make sure I am awake!
In the midst of all that excitement in the virtual world, we had some exciting happenings in the physical world! We moved to a new office space on May 1st, right across the street from our old space. Prana Physical Therapy at Core Wellness and Physical Therapy is now at 2212 Mount Vernon Ave. in the Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria. We are ecstatic about our new, freestanding office, with storefront space in the heart of a neighborhood with a great deal of walk-by traffic. We had a great opportunity to meet with local residents during May’s First Thursday Health and Wellness Celebration. Stop by and see our beautiful new space, complete with a large, open gym area, Pilates Reformer, plenty of fun rehab equipment (Kettlebells, Pilates mat tools, bands and the dreaded foam rollers), and 2 private treatment rooms. Look for more health and wellness related classes and workshops to come soon!
My monthly post for WebPT recently went up as well – the topic was new Tweet Chats for Physical Therapists and Healthcare Providers:
I am happy to say that I have joined the WebPT team as a blogger!
And, just today, I had a quote on Dr. David Geier’s blog:
David is an Orthopedic Surgeon in Charleston, SC. We co-host the #socialortho Tweet Chat on the first Wednesday of every month at 9pm EST. Anyone is welcome to join and we encourage patients to join us as we discuss issues that matter in the intersection of orthopedics and social media.
I hope everyone is doing well! Enjoy your Memorial Day Holiday and, as always, feel free to post comments/questions and/or contact me through the contact submission form on the website!