Physical Therapist & Owner Piedmont Physical Therapy, Inc.
THIS REPORT is for the person suffering with the physical and emotional effects of Back Pain.
I know the feeling. I know what it's like to wake up wondering if my back is going to hurt as much as it did yesterday. I know how life-changing it is to have pain that is so consuming it makes even the simplest tasks seem like an impossibility. How nice it would be to put on a pair of shoes, take the dog for a walk or sit through a movie without wondering if my back can withstand it.
As a physical therapist of 20 years, I look back on these dark times and wish I had the knowledge then that I do now. I wish that I realized treating my symptoms (PAIN!) was never the key to a long-term solution. Now, with only a distant memory of what it’s like to have a sore back, I work to help others discover how to get the same relief. Whether you’ve just hurt your back or have been suffering for years, you CAN get better by identifying and treating the root causes of your back pain.
I have put together this report because I encounter a lot of unnecessary suffering in patients. Medications offer temporary relief at best (not to mention a host of unwanted side-effects), and I think we all know by now that “rest” is outdated advice when it comes to treating back pain.
Of course, I don’t know if these tips will relieve your back pain completely. What I can say is that the advice contained in this report is powerful, and it has worked for countless patients I’ve treated over the past 20 years.
Take a moment to consider your life 3, 5, even 10 years from now if you don’t get control of your back pain. Ask yourself how it will keep you from doing the things you enjoy? How will it affect your relationships, your job, your overall quality of life?
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Committed to Restoring Your Potential,
Leading Physical Therapist in Prince William County
Since 1997, David has been helping individuals in Prince William County overcome pain and disability. Following in the footsteps of his friend and mentor, David S. Mizener, David took ownership of Piedmont Physical Therapy, Inc. (formerly Mizener, Ebbecke & Associates) in 2009, and continues to see patients in the clinic daily.
David had his sights set on a career in the healthcare field from a young age. He chose physical therapy after witnessing the positive impact it had on his father who was suffering from a painful shoulder injury.
Drawing from an extensive background in orthopedics and sports rehabilitation, David integrates his skills as a manual therapist and exercise specialist to assist patients in living a life without pain and reliance on pain medication. He has published several articles on managing and avoiding common musculoskeletal injuries.
David’s Credentials & Practice Experience:
• Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) from Shenandoah University in 1996.
• Certification in Manual Therapy (MTC) from The University of St. Augustine in 2001.
• Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) from Shenandoah University in 2004.
• Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) certification in 2006 recognizing advanced clinical proficiency in orthopedic physical therapy practice.
• Became President & Owne& of Piedmont Physical Therapy, Inc. in 2009.
• Certified practitioner in Trigger Point Dry Needling from Kinetacore in 2013.
• Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Level III Golf Fitness Instructor Certification (Medical) in 2014.
"I have to say after just three visits with Diane in charge of my exercises my back pain was reduced almost 30%! I was thrilled!! I continued visiting for another 4 weeks and by the time I was finished with my treatments, I was 100% totally pain free! No surgery, no medications. I was riding my bike again and walking my black lab."
Early 50's, Gainesville, VA.
"I had a chance to see our patient today for follow-up. She just raves about your excellent care and I think she is doing very well. Thank you, Diane. Please continue the physical therapy."
Neurosurgeon in Reston, VA.
"When I started PT I was having intense back pain for most of the day. Standing, sitting and walking all made the pain worse. I was not able to pick up anything that weighed more than a pound or so. Now I am able to shop for groceries, do laundry, cook, clean and walk through our neighborhood without pain. I have actually worked in our yard and planted things without pain. It’s great. Thanks everyone!"
Late 50's, Manassas, VA.