I have had such a great experience with Arlington Pain & Rehab and Dr. Collins. I came in not being able to do some of my favorite activities due to a shoulder injury, and she has helped me alleviate much of the pain, and taught me how to manage and prevent my condition. Dr. Collins (and all the staff I've interacted with too) is pleasant and personal and makes coming in enjoyable. I'll actually be sad not to visit regularly, but definitely pop in when I need to be 'fixed up'.
October 23, 2019
Today was second visit at Arlington pain and rehab and I love it! I have had issues for years and my chiropractors back home were good. Moving here I had to kind of search a little harder for good care but I found it with Dr. Collins. My first visit I felt better and it wasn't an "in and out" type of feel. Dr. Collins listened and really worked to find solutions.
October 18, 2019
I had a side impact car accident 25 years ago resulting in a chronic whiplash injury that almost none of the 30-40 various practitioners of all types I saw...
RUN. I have been fighting billing issues with them for OVER A YEAR AND A HALF. They have been horribly unprofessional, delayed, caused so many...
I absolutely love my experiences here. I just started my treatment plan a few months ago and could not be happier with the outcome. This is so very...
Hello from Switzerland,
Just wished to thank you for your two youtube videos. Diagnosed with bilateral hip arthrosis at 48, after many many years of daily yoga practice, I was left with the only advice: “stop yoga if it hurts” and it did hurt a lot. All the postures you show as a no-no were on my list of the postures that hurt the most. In any case, I finally was forced to stop altogether (2 years now) because no yoga teacher was able to tell me how to approach asanas differently and develop a more appropriate practice. Shame on me, after all these years, I was the first one to lack the necessary insight to practice safely and with respect for my hurting body. After watching your videos, I am starting to envision me returning to the mat. What a joy in perspective.
Thank you very very much.