Bringing Physical Therapy & Wellness to You!
How We Are Different
We are a full service Medical Mobile Wellness Company
At Live Your Life™ our integrated health services include: Physical Therapy (PT), Occupational Therapy (OT), Speech Therapy (ST), Personal Training, Acupuncture, Massage Therapy, Health Coaching and Dietary Services. We are the only comprehensive private pay wellness company in Minnesota that offers this wide array of services, in the comfort of your home or wherever it is convenient for you. Our team is highly trained and skilled in their area of discipline.
Reasons Why Our Clients LOVE US:
Preventative and rehabilitative therapies
One-on-one 60-minute sessions
Services at the location of your choice
Highly-individualized treatments with specific interventions over generalized programs
Physical therapy sessions provided by Doctors of Physical Therapy with multiple specialties
Telehealth for communication with caregivers and families
Client-specific goals designed to maximize performance and exceed expectations
Personal training services under the guidance and supervision of a Doctor of Physical Therapy
Holistic wellness services such as acupuncture, massage, health coaching & dietary consultations
Comprehensive evaluations consisting of a combination of research-based tests with clinical expertise
Team Care Conferences to ensure exceptional and collaborative care
Evening, weekend and after-hour appointments available for an additional fee
We also provide a meaningful presence in the lives of our clients through all of our services. At Live Your Life™ we are committed and dedicated to helping you get your quality of life back.
“3 months ago my wife was non-ambulatory. Last week we returned from 2 week holiday abroad …mostly on foot… with the assistance of canes, a walker… Our “trip of a lifetime” would never have been contemplated – much less accomplished – without the PT miracles worked by Eva Norman…” Art Kaemmer, MD
Falls can lead to fatal and nonfatal injuries resulting in hip fractures, broken bones, head injuries etc. It can lead most seniors to free the thought of “falling” which can lead to depression and anxiety — most importantly afraid to walk.1 According to the NCOA, one in four America…view full article
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