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CHESTERCOUNTY-LIFE.COM MarchApril 2016 57 practice in Paoli. At last she could put the pieces together for holistic healing through physical therapy. Christine Hayes Physical Therapy specializes in orthopedics sports medicine health issues for women and men biomechanical foot and ankle exami- nations peripheral joint and spinal mobi- lization and manual therapy techniques. Other specialized treatments include pelvic floor dysfunction lymphedema cancer re- habilitation and orthotic fabrications. The practice is certified in Myofascial Release Active Release Techniques ART Func- tional Movement Assessments FMS SFMA and Manual Lymphatic Drainage MLD. Although Christine calls individual pa- tient evaluations standard these assessments are anything but typical. Testing usually lasts an hour and often features a head-to- toe functional movement assessment. The individuals entire medical history is re- viewed to determine potential obstacles in healing. Among numerous checks are range of motion strength joint mobility and soft tissue impairments. Each person who walks through the door is different and we are dedicated to learning their unique prob- lems and triggers insists Christine. There are no cookbook remedies. Patients receive treatment the first day and return home with an exercise regimen to follow. Our goal is complete and total body care to prevent recurrence of injuries. Christine has incorporated a distinctive niche which also sets the practice apart. When I opened my practice in 1999 very few practices if any were specializing in physical therapy for cancer patients. Cancer- related fatigue CRF debilitating to many was an area most knew little about and was a desperate need in the community she remarks. I joined the Oncology Section of the American Physical Therapy Associa- tion and took courses to elevate my level of understanding within this group. We be- gan educating physicians and nurses about the benefits of cancer rehabilitation post- Professional practitioners of Christine Hayes Physical Therapy and The Integrated Healing Center Cooperative support physical emotional psychological spiritual guide soothe and help restore body and mind. Why Because discomfort is rarely isolated in one spot.