Fit As A Fiddle

Dr. Sneha Gazi

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Understanding the Truth on Postpartum Recovery: Tips, Strategies, and Mindset
09-06-2022
Understanding the Truth on Postpartum Recovery: Tips, Strategies, and Mindset
When you don’t have the answers from trusted sources, or the answers seem to conflict, you often turn to Dr. Google and social media for advice. But when it comes to pregnancy and postpartum, everyone’s journey from conception to menopause is so unique. Instead, we can draw from ancient cultures that often have almost the same advice: trust your intuition and evidence based research (what tends to work!). That’s exactly what we do on this show with Dr. Patricia Ladis, PT, CBBA, a licensed physical therapist and author of Wise Woman’s Guide to Your Healthiest Pregnancy & Birth. Patricia’s mission is to guide patients toward a pain free existence as they seek a lifestyle of optimal health and physical wellbeing. A former professional dancer herself, Patricia has been helping pregnant dancers and athletes get back on stage or sport after pregnancy since 1999. She has worked with the Rockettes, various Broadway shows including Fosse, Lion King and Movin’ Out, the American Ballet Theatre and Paul Taylor Dance Company and currently consults with the USTA and WTA. Always an advocate for women’s health, Patricia is building a new protocol for women returning to sport after pregnancy (WTA, IOC) and has designed the exercise program for the first-ever postpartum exercise study coming out in 2021 with the Hospital for Special Surgery and the Weill Cornell Medical Center. As an active delegate of the Global Wellness Summit and chair of the First 1000 Days Initiative for the Global Wellness Institute, Ladis has support from wellness centers around the world. As a mother of three, Patricia also understands the demands of everyday life and aims to help her patients achieve a balance in their body. She has had all 3 births (natural vaginal birth without medication, C-section and VBAC). She connects with her perinatal patients to help them have a pain free pregnancy and embrace this time in their life with confidence and happiness. Get her book Wise Woman’s Guide to Your Healthiest Pregnancy & Birth! We are happy to have her as a returning guest on the show, so tune into her first episode on Fit As A Fiddle for advice on Pregnancy & Birth!Connect with her:PatriciaLadis.com
Being the Best Father You Can Be and What That Even Means
02-06-2022
Being the Best Father You Can Be and What That Even Means
Whatever type of parent you are, the world often categorizes you and you are set to behave and see the rest of the world through lenses that have already been created for you. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Our guest, Justin Batt, joins us today to talk about the real meaning of parenthood, specifically, fatherhood. Justin is the founder of Daddy Saturday Foundation, a 501(c)(3), and The Fatherhood Institute, LLC. He is a husband, a father of 4, TEDx international speaker, author, and an athlete. On the show, Justin discusses what fatherhood means to him and ways we can optimize our roles in our family units even through the exceptionally busy lives we all lead in society. He shares that he writes obituaries with his wife at the start of every year to reflect on life and their goals. By doing this, they are able to live the present to the fullest. He talks about the importance of children seeing their fathers as human, which means that seeing a parent fail might only strengthen their self worth as they become adults. Justin is on a mission to reignite and restore fatherhood around the world and change the next generation through events, experiences, education and technology that end the cycle of fatherlessness. Justin has created a for-profit and a non-profit to create education and experiences that will impact 10 million fathers in the next 10 years and end fatherlessness. Justin has the pleasure of working with entrepreneurs, business leaders, politicians, celebrities, athletes and other incredible people who desire to build their brand and business with a book.Connect with him:justinbatt.comDaddysaturday.com
Pioneering Osseointegration Limb Replacement Surgery
26-05-2022
Pioneering Osseointegration Limb Replacement Surgery
With the wonders of technology in healthcare come tremendous improvements in patient outcomes and quality of life. On today’s episode, we have two phenomenal guests chatting with us about osseointegration in the field of prosthetics, which helps individuals with limb deformities such as amputations move and function more optimally.Haris Kafedzic is an American Board Certified Prosthetist and Orthotist and Eschen’s lead Manhattan Prosthetist and Residency Director. Dr. Robert Rozbruch is an orthopedic surgeon, the Chief of the Limb Lengthening and Complex Reconstruction Service since 2005, and Director of the Limb Salvage and Amputation Reconstruction Center at the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS). On the show, our guests talk about the role of a prosthetist and an orthopedic surgeon along with the various other practitioners like physical therapists that contribute to a patient’s care. They discuss typical patient cases like individuals with leg length discrepancies or limb amputations of all kinds. Currently, the United States’ medical system hasn’t fully caught up with the advancements in the field of prosthetics, which makes it difficult to refer appropriate patients to the right places. Both Haris and Dr. Rozbruch advocate for building awareness around osseointegration as they celebrate their patients’ success stories. Dr. S. Robert Rozbruch, after graduating Magna Cum Laude from the University of Pennsylvania, attended Weill Medical College of Cornell University from which he graduated with honors in research. Residency training in Orthopedic Surgery at HSS was followed by two fellowships. He did specialized training in Trauma as an AO fellow at the University of Bern in Switzerland. Additional training in adult and pediatric limb lengthening followed at the Maryland Center for Limb Lengthening & Reconstruction. He is Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery at Weill Medical College of Cornell University. He is a member of several national medical societies including fellowship in the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, Orthopedic Trauma Association, and The Limb Lengthening & Reconstruction Society (LLRS) of which he was President 2012-2013. He has lectured on his clinical and research works at both national and international meetings and has authored over 150 articles in medical journals and chapters in orthopedic textbooks. He is the editor of 2 major textbooks: Limb Lengthening & Reconstruction Surgery and Limb Lengthening and Reconstruction Surgery Case Atlas.Haris Kafedzic received a Master’s degree in Prosthetics and Orthotics from Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine.  While attending Northwestern University, he was part of a small group of students selected to travel to Guatemala and provide orthotic and prosthetic care to underprivileged patients. Haris’s personal story has greatly influenced him to focus on prosthetic care.  He started working for Eschen as a dual-discipline resident. Haris has advanced training in many aspects of prosthetic care including myoelectric upper limb prostheses and microprocessor knee and ankle units.  He has worked closely with Dr. Rozbruch the past four and a half years treating upper and lower extremity osseointegration patients.  He is committed to helping every patient achieve their maximum functional potential utilizing the latest technology and technique.  Connect with them at:Eschenpo.comhss.edu/limblengthening.asposseointegrationUSA.com
Improving Wellbeing for Students and Teachers in American Public Schools
12-05-2022
Improving Wellbeing for Students and Teachers in American Public Schools
While it’s easy for some of our listeners to understand that there is inherent social injustice in the public school system in America, it is still a topic that is fraught with intense political, economical and ethical conversation. What we do know for sure is that there is always room for improvement at schools to progress our future society. Teacher burnout is real and so are statistics that point to increased detention, suspension, and dropout rates amongst children from communities of color. Today we have Indu Viswanathan, Ed.D join us today to chat about her 20 years of working in the field of education as a teacher, curriculum developer, teacher educator, and nonprofit research director. While we both felt like we barely scratched the surface conversing about the educational system in America along with the impact of practices of meditation and breathing techniques, there is so much that Indu brings light upon today. Instead of punishing students for behavior, Indu suggests we should be transforming students' outlook. She discusses her research and doctoral work and how it evolved over the years as she delved deeper into the literature. Indu’s research focuses on immigration, education, and the transnational consciousness of second-generation Indian American teachers. She examines how American education and media reinscribe colonial-era biases about Hinduism, often actively silencing indigenous Dharmic perspectives and expression. Indu is concerned by how this impacts the lives and identities of Hindu American youth and is committed to generative inter-community engagement.Connect with Indu at: @indumathi37Instagram: @indu37 medium.com/@induv
Elevating Environmental Consciousness and Healing Through Music
05-05-2022
Elevating Environmental Consciousness and Healing Through Music
Music is often a powerful medium for promoting healing and creating activism of all kinds within popular culture. As we move more and more into a world of technology, we can sometimes lose sight of how vast the nonhuman world still is and our impact on our diverse biosphere. On today’s episode, we have Priya Parrotta, a writer, musician and activist dedicated to promoting environmental consciousness across borders. She composes, sings and produces music to convey the magic and power that is possible when people embrace their connections to the Earth and explores themes such as encounter, hybridity and creative resistance. Priya was raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico where her experiences with nature, particularly the ocean, shaped her understanding of the universe. She speaks to us on how her research on climate change, geopolitics, and colonialism impacted her music. She dives into how humans have used the natural environment to build wealth for a few elite members of society. She advocates for us to rather understand the role that we play in our ecosystem, how our actions affect other beings, and how we can be active participants in the natural world. Woven into today’s show, we also get to listen to two of Priya’s original musical compositions.Priya is the Founder and Creative Director of Music & the Earth International. Music & the Earth is an initiative which produces decolonial and multicultural resources for environmental awareness and healing. Priya’s work is informed by her close connections to South Asia, the Mediterranean, and the Latin Caribbean. She authored her first book, The Politics of Coexistence in the Atlantic World, at the age of 25. Her second book project is titled To Dream Again: Imagining Island Solidarity Through Music. Priya has been nominated for the United States Artists Fellowship, and has been recognized internationally for weaving bridges between music and diverse branches of environmental thought and action.Connect with her:Priyaparrotta.comfacebook.com/musicandtheearthmusicandtheearth.org/to-dream-againclimatesoul.comvimeo.com/594219240
Phoebe: Supporting Mothers From Conception to Work-Life Balance
28-04-2022
Phoebe: Supporting Mothers From Conception to Work-Life Balance
The last 2 years shed light on how lack of childcare acutely hurt working mothers. It showed there is no gender equality. It showed that 2 million women left the workforce. But none of this is new. The US has policies that do not support working mothers. We have no universal childcare, and women still do most of the physical and mental work of parenting. Half of the gender pay gap is due to motherhood. Fathers still get a pay bonus while 1/3 of US births result in trauma and 1/4 of women experience postpartum depression.Today I had the privilege of sitting down with one of the founders and the CEO of Phoebe, a place that helps working mothers transition to support their mental and physical health along with their professional development. Phoebe was founded by women who forged successful careers in law, banking, and more and they understand the intensities of high achieving careers and how to make that viable as working mothers in this country.Emily is a Harvard MBA and an entrepreneur on a mission to close the wage gap and accelerate working mothers all the way to the boardroom. She is the founder of Phoebe, a tech company that radically shifts the paradigm of how women are supported through life’s greatest transitions. Prior to founding Phoebe she had a 13-year career in global finance.  As an Investment Banker, she co-lead large cross-border deals, as Manager of Investor Relations for a multinational beverage company, she held meetings with thousands of investors across the globe.
Orthotics in Sports Recovery
21-04-2022
Orthotics in Sports Recovery
You’ve probably come across an orthosis at some point in your life, whether it was an insole for your shoe or a brace for your knee. But there is so much more to the world of orthotics and prosthetics in helping people function and move optimally. On our show today is Andrew Myers, a Certified Prosthetist and Orthotist with over 35 years of clinical experience.We discuss different types of orthoses, both for the upper and lower limbs, and their uses. Andrew dives into his unique experience working with high level atheletes and how he works closely with physical therapists in the plan of care for return to play. He also talks about the need for proper orthopedic evaluations and how orthotics can help people prophylactically as well. Andrew is a graduate of New York University and has been a senior executive for several public and private companies in the orthopedic rehabilitative field.  Andrew owns and operates two organizations, Eschen Prosthetic and Orthotic Labs and New England Orthotic and Prosthetic Systems.  Combined, these two organization have 27 locations across New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts making it one of the largest independent orthotic and prosthetic companies in the Northeast. Andrew’s primary focus has been working with practitioners to deliver clinical excellence and the formation of patient-centric programs which enhance the lives and outcomes of patients. Connect with Andrew:www.eshenpo.com@eschen_neops_po
Patients Before Profits: Catapulting Recovery Through Physical Therapy
14-04-2022
Patients Before Profits: Catapulting Recovery Through Physical Therapy
If you think of “physical therapy” and immediately think of a massage, hot pack, or exercises, then this episode is for you! There are many flaws in the healthcare system, particularly due to insurance policies, paperwork requirements, and most importantly, the money-making outlook that often overpowers quality patient care. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Physical therapists in particular can make massive changes in the healthcare industry by just taking a few simple steps. I had the great pleasure to sit down and chat with an old friend who I studied with at physical therapy school at Columbia University, Dr. Joe Lipsky. Joe talks to us about how having phenomenal health and wellness does not have to be fancy, expensive, or have barriers. He says that, in fact, it can be one of the simplest things if people are educated the right way. Joe dives into issues within the industry, how we can overcome them, and how working in a multidisciplinary team is truly the way to move forward. Joe is currently working on co-authoring a book titled “Trust Driven Care” with Dr. Josh Saturlee. The book is about bringing awareness and a practical solution to the huge issue of lack of client centered communication in healthcare.Joe uses the combined experiences from his doctorate and continuing education to deliver a unique blend of rehabilitation and performance therapy to clients. In addition, Joe is also the Head of Client Care at Reload where he focuses on sales and the client experience. Connect with Dr. Joe Lipsky:www.reloadpt.comwww.facebook.com/ReloadPTFitness @dr.joelipsky @reload.pt
Managing Anxiety: Real Tools & Strategies
10-03-2022
Managing Anxiety: Real Tools & Strategies
We all experience some level of stress and worry throughout our lives. But when these thoughts begin to interfere with our daily activities and lead to anxiety, it’s important to analyze why and come up with solutions! Today we are joined by Dr. Terri Bacow, a clinical psychologist and cognitive behavioral therapist, to discuss ways that you can tackle your anxiety head on. Dr. Bacow shares her new book, Goodbye Anxiety, a guided journal with evidence-based strategies and interactive writing sections so you can understand where your anxiety is stemming from and intervene. While the book is targeted for teenagers and young adults, I can tell you that everyone can benefit from the fantastic exercises and thought experiments presented in the book. In the episode, Dr. Bacow addresses the presence of Automatic Negative Thoughts (ANTs), the need for perfectionism, and the importance of self-compassion. She also offers actionable steps people can take right away when anxiety starts to creep up in their day. Dr. Bacow received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Boston University and serves as the Director of Training at the Hallowell Center, a clinic known as an epicenter for the treatment of ADD and related disorders. In addition, she is a Clinical Instructor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and an Adjunct Instructor in Applied Psychology at New York University’s Center for Counseling and Community Wellbeing. She has authored several peer reviewed papers based on her research and sees clients in her private practice on the Upper West Side. Dr. Bacow is uniquely interested in helping clients with transitional stages of life, including adjustment to college and new parenting, and enjoys writing and speaking about these topics.Check out Terri’s first episode on Fit As A Fiddle: 3 Going on 13: Raising ThreenagersConnect with her at: drterribacow.com
What Is Yoga Anyway?
03-03-2022
What Is Yoga Anyway?
If you think it’s a workout, well my dear, it most certainly is not. And the reason you might think so is because of the misuse of the word in the money-making Western world. Yoga is a broad term that originates from the Indian spiritual tradition well before 1000 BC that simply cannot be boiled down to a paragraph or even a book, let alone a word. The ancient Hindu texts written in Sanskrit and archeological evidence from South Asia suggests that our ancestors have been practicing aspects of “yoga” for thousands and thousands of years. It’s a science, it’s a technology, it’s a philosophy, it’s a way of life, it’s a comprehensive system, and most importantly it’s a means to understand ourselves and our space on this planet. This episode with Arpan Gauchan, a Hatha yoga teacher, helps spread more awareness to the Western world about her perspectives on how the word yoga has been incorrectly adapted in America. Arpan says "Once you experience the benefits and lightness in being Yoga and meditation offers, moving forward in inquiry to deepen your understanding about yourself comes naturally and this is its biggest gift. You use what is readily available to you, your body-mind to transcend it and that is why yoga is so far from being a physical practice. Yoga welcomes all and it isn't exclusive to the young, super fit or super bendy. It gives me great joy to share with my students what I have learned over the years as a  practitioner of Yoga and a student of Vedanta." Arpan currently teaches at Arsha Vidya Gurukulam in PA. Arpan is originally from Nepal and mostly lived in India working in the Film and Advertising Industry in Mumbai. In her time in India, she got drawn to Yoga and Ramana Maharshi's teachings on self-inquiry. Subsequently she spent a few years in South India, immersing herself in Ramana's teachings as well as getting certified as a Yoga teacher. She then moved to the US and worked in the Ramana Maharshi Center.
Transforming the World of Physical Therapy with DocJenFit
24-02-2022
Transforming the World of Physical Therapy with DocJenFit
How important is it for you to be able to move around in your environment and do the things you love, and with less pain? I hope the answer is “very much!” The art and science of movement is fascinating and complicated. Physical therapists (PTs) dedicate their lives to optimizing movement and improving quality of life. But there are lots of things that people misunderstand about PTs, and the field itself has evolved so much over the years that we don’t blame the world! Today on the show we are very excited to chat with Jen Fraboni, PT, DPT, an internationally-renowned physical therapist who specializes in helping people overcome chronic pain and maximize physical performance. Jen is the founder of two transformative programs, “The Mobility Method” and “The Optimal Body,” she brings a unique, whole body approach to strength, mobility and pain-free living. In 2019, Jen was named one of the top 50 most influential healthcare professionals. Jen’s easily accessible approach has garnered her more than half a million followers on social media and millions of views of her health and fitness videos. Jen has been featured in Shape Magazine, Self Magazine, Men’s Fitness and Muscle and Fitness and in 2020, graced the cover of Oxygen Magazine. She has recently been featured on Good Morning America and NBC. Dr. Jen is the co-host with her husband, who is also a Doctor of Physical Therapy, to a popular podcast called "The Optimal Body Podcast.”Connect with her at docjenfit.com(Note the podcaster that we discussed in the show is Aaron LeBauer)
Sexual Health: Discussing Painful Intimacy
10-02-2022
Sexual Health: Discussing Painful Intimacy
It’s a hush-hush topic in most cultures, societies, religions and more. But this podcast is meant to bring light to difficult subjects and help people improve the quality of their life. So on the show today is Emily Sauer, the founder of Ohnut, who chats with us about a product she developed to help herself and others overcome pain with intercourse. Emily reflects on her own journey struggling with the psychological and physical implications of painful sex and how the medical field & society at large often had little to offer as help other than being told, “have a glass of wine.” Emily dives into the empathy that comes with Ohnut in understanding and affirming people’s emotions and how everyone’s enjoyment has to be a priority. Emily and I also have a lively conversation on the issues around sexual health in the medical field and the work that needs to be done to shed more light to patient care.Emily is a spritely entrepreneur who has always been passionate about creating catalysts that spark human connection. While developing Ohnut (an intimate wearable designed to help women and couples who experience deep dyspareunia) she co-founded the Lady Bits League, founded the Pain Perception Project, and is now launching Pelvic Gym to connect people and professionals from all over the sexual and pelvic health world, through education and story. Emily has redefined her life as a proud entrepreneur, maker, community leader, and pelvic health advocate.Connect with her at www.ohnut.co
Transforming Lives & The World, Just By Breathing
03-02-2022
Transforming Lives & The World, Just By Breathing
It seems simple enough, right? Just breathe? But there is so much to the science of breathing, and particularly breathing in specific and calculated ways with the appropriate mindset. Today we have Elan Gepner-Dales joining us to share his story with Sudarshan Kriya Yoga (SKY). Elan serves as the US Director of SKY Schools, an initiative of the International Association for Human Values (IAHV). On the show he talks about how these programs have catapulted his own life and the lives of people from all walks of life and all over the globe, including school children, veterans, and prisoners. We discuss how ancient complex practices from traditions that date back thousands of years can be applied to the modern world to manage stress, improve quality of life, and overall enhance the productivity of our entire world.  For nearly a decade, Elan has overseen the creation of a sustainable and scalable program that has now been taught in 228 schools in 28 states across the US. He has also delivered youth leadership programs at Wharton Business School, Harvard, Yale, Stanford and UCLA. Elan has presented on the power of meditation for individual, school, and community transformation at conferences such as Learning and the Brain, National School Board Association, NY State Conference for School Superintendents, Mindful Life, the Association for Recovery Schools Conference and the International Bullying Prevention Conference. The intersection of all of Elan’s work is alleviating stress and violence in the lives of youth, leaders and communities in need. Elan graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BA in Art Semiotics from Brown University, with a focus on documentary film. Connect with Elan: facebook.com/ElanGepnerDales Connect with SKY Schools: linkedin.com/company/sky-schools-usa/@elan_gd@skyschoolsusa
Hospital Exit Strategy: What Happens After Discharge?
20-01-2022
Hospital Exit Strategy: What Happens After Discharge?
Nobody wants to be hospitalized or plans for it to happen. Especially with the pandemic, we have seen incredibly high numbers of hospitalizations. In many cases, you get discharged and leave the hospital. But what happens afterward? Does life just go on as usual? Well, it depends! Joining us today to tackle some of these difficult questions is Dr. Vignesh Doraiswamy, an Internal Medicine and Pediatric hospitalist at Ohio State University and Nationwide Children’s Hospital. He talks about the importance of post-acute care/rehab and inpatient therapy evaluations. He dives into how patients want to go home as soon as they're ready for discharge, but this can inevitably prolong their recovery. He also discusses the lived experiences of physicians in hospitals who handle care. Finally he touches on the inequities in receiving the vaccine, the booster shot, and projections for the future. *Please note that this episode was recorded before the rise in cases of Omicron, so while certain numbers may be different at the moment, the general concepts are largely the same.  Dr. Doraiswamy is an assistant professor at The Ohio State College of Medicine where he works with medical students as a Portfolio Coach and Applied Health Systems Science Coach. At The OSU James Cancer Center, he is the Quality and Patient Safety Lead for the James Hospitalist service lines and he is an Associate Medical director at OSU’s University Hospital. He completed a combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics residency and was the Med-Peds chief resident at Penn State Health. Dr. Doraiswamy is actively involved in medical student and resident education with interests in health equity and advocacy, health systems science, curriculum design and clinical reasoning. Connect with him:IG: @vigneshdTwitter: @DoctorVig
Modern Manhood: Conversations About the Complicated World of Being a Good Man Today
06-01-2022
Modern Manhood: Conversations About the Complicated World of Being a Good Man Today
Should men open the door for women and pay for dates? Why did that even come about? How do you feel about a man making less than his female counterpart? Does that make him less of a man? What does being a man even mean? Today we have a thought-provoking conversation with the renowned Cleo Stiller, an Emmy Award and Peabody Award-nominated television journalist speaker and television host. Cleo is the author of the #1 New Release on Amazon book, Modern Manhood: Conversations About the Complicated World of Being a Good Man Today.In our conversation, Cleo and I discuss the inspiration behind her new book and how it is of utmost relevance in today’s society. We dive into the the Me Too movement through the lens of anthropology, neuropsychology, finance, relationships, and more. The best part of the book, personally, was that it finally brings men into the conversation in a way that I haven’t seen before. It’s not just a history book on gender roles, but a stimulating and action-oriented guide to understanding your own belief systems and why they came about. Cleo Stiller is on a mission to encourage health, education and positive social action around the world. Harvard University's Nieman Foundation for Journalism named Stiller and her work as a 2021 Trend to Watch. She is an Emmy Awards judge in the category of News & Documentary. And works with passionate, mission-driven individuals on getting their projects out into the world. Disclaimer: This episode was recorded on 11/9/21 and dates information about paid family leave policies accordingly.
A Year In a Nutshell: Happy Holidays From Dr. Sneha Gazi
30-12-2021
A Year In a Nutshell: Happy Holidays From Dr. Sneha Gazi
It has been truly an incredible year. Sneha Physical Therapy, our in-home & telehealth PT practice, has cared for more patients in 2021 than any year before. Dr. Sneha Gazi proudly serves NY, NJ, and MD and treats across the age spectrum: 1-week-old babies with developmental delay, elderly individuals with gait and balance issues, and everything in between. Dr. Gazi is known for her specialties within dance medicine, pelvic health, and chronic pain conditions.Fit As A Fiddle is a leading health and wellness podcast with nearly 100 episodes of free content from top experts in various fields. This year alone we have released 47 episodes. Dr. Gazi hosts and produces this weekly show and it is available on all major podcasting platforms. Join our community!PTIS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit founded by Dr. Gazi. Currently, we have four virtual programs and support any underserved community that has a need for our resources. This year alone we have served a few hundred individuals with health-related programs. All of our programs are conducted free of charge by PTs, students, and movement experts who graciously donate their time. You can show your support for our work by donating any amount that helps us maintain our administrative costs.  Sneha Physical Therapy's website has a plethora of health resources for anyone interested in gaining more knowledge about their bodies. Check out our blog page and our education page for fun articles and videos!As a faculty member of the International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine, Dr. Gazi will be teaching a course on pelvic health to clinicians in 2022. Click to receive 20% off the course registration price with promo code NEXTPELVIC20. I hope you and your loved ones stay safe this holiday season. Lots of great stuff coming up in 2022 as we keep charging forward with our mission to serve in every way we can.To 2022.Dr. Sneha Gazi, PT, DPT