Welcome to Your Best Health(care) through Yoga!
As an expert in medical therapeutic yoga, I believe yoga combined with exercise and rehabilitative science is the missing piece that can help you achieve your goals for health, well-being, and fitness. Whether you are a patient or a practitioner, welcome to your BEST health(care) through Yoga.
Meet Dr. Ginger Garner
Dr. G is a trailblazer for transformative practice in rehabilitation and injury prevention and wellness, using a yogic biopsychosocial approach through the lens of interdisciplinary partnership, since the 1990’s.
She is a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill trained doctor of physical therapy (DPT), as well as a licensed athletic trainer (LAT, ATC) and professional yoga therapist (PYT). Dr. G has spent 25 years studying and creating “best fit” yoga practices in and outside of healthcare. She is the founder of Professional Yoga Therapy InstituteTM and author of Medical Therapeutic Yoga © 2016. For a more in-depth bio, click here.
Yoga is a powerful mechanism for healing and helping you reach your highest potential physically, psychoemotionally, energetically, and spiritually. Combining it with medical science makes yoga even more powerful, which what Dr. G has done in her book, Medical Therapeutic Yoga©. The landmark text is more than just a book, it is audio-visual eye candy, offering a home practice of dozens of videos that teach you safe, scientifically supported methods for your best health. It is an accessible systems-based practice that Dr. G has used in physical therapy and integrative wellness practice for nearly 20 years.
What can Dr. G do for you?
Want to join the movement? Dr. G’s mission is to revolutionize healthcare through mindful, evidence-informed yoga prescription.
Step 1 — Dig in to all of the great content Dr. G has for you right here.
- Are you a patient? Click here.
- Are you a professional? Click here.
- Are you just wondering how to achieve your best health(care) through yoga? Click here.
Step 2 — Buy a copy of Dr. G’s new book and learn all about how to improve your own practice.
Step 3 — Pop on over to MedicalTherapeuticYoga.com and register so you can get access to lots of great yoga videos and download a free book excerpt.
What’s coming up on the calendar?
What does Dr. G have to say?
Check out some of her most popular blog posts.
Top Posts & Pages
- Top Five "Must Haves" for Hip Labral Surgery (plus 2 bonus tips)
- The Minimalist Nursery - What Does Baby Really Need?
- Episiotomy Scar Pain? Perineal Massage May Help
- Questions to ask your Surgeon before Hip Arthroscopy
- New Mom Alert: The (hidden) Dangers of Stroller Pushing
- My Birth Story – Third Time is a Charm
- Hip Labrum Q&A: Troubleshooting Painful and Frustrating Clicking Psoas
How do I stay in touch with Dr. G?
The very best thing you can do is subscribe to Dr. G’s blog (just submit your email address in that big green box in the sidebar), and along with that, be sure and connect with her on social media.
Read my personal story
People in chronic pain are often labeled, and the labels are not helpful or person-centered or even nice. Often deemed failures of the system, they get stereotyped, dehumanized by such labels as diagnosis seeker, prescription drug addict, wimpy complainer, or motor moron.
But I don’t see people in pain that way. To me, those people are not failures of the system. Rather, I believe the system has failed them. The system I speak of is, of course, the American healthcare system.
Please let me share my story with you, albeit the greatly abbreviated version.
In the 1990’s I was scurrying along, working in an underserved and generally low income area in rural North Carolina. I was a full time therapist and the clinic’s director by day, and a part-time yoga teacher and music director in the evenings. … [ Continue Reading ]