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Floralynn Einesman

I have been seeing Rachel for the past few months. She is simply incredible!  Her knowledge about the human body amazes me. She knows so much about back injuries and what to do to treat them.  With simple, subtle movements she is able to repair problems that have plagued me for years. She patiently guides […]

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Anne Marie Welsh

“Rachel Krentzman is a widely trusted practitioner who combines scientific knowledge with yogic intuition to provide a full complement of treatments for the back, neck and shoulder. As a “patient” with scoliosis I can attest to the skill with which she examines the spine, hips and shoulders, and prescribes appropriate exercises to release tightness and […]

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Aparna Bharati

“Rachel Krentzman has been my physical therapist for six years. We initiated treatment because I was experiencing acute knee pain. I had been told by a leading orthopedic surgeon that I was in need of double knee replacement, however with Rachel’s help, I have been able to avoid surgery.  My knees have become stronger, and […]

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Mike S.

“As a former firefighter I had suffered numerous injuries throughout my 30 year career in municipal public safety.   Over time, my back, neck, shoulder and knee injuries had become painful and very limiting. Having tried many medical approaches and therapies with limited success, I was encouraged to find an experienced physical therapist that was also […]

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Shauna Mackay

“I injured my back while grieving my brother’s illness and eventual death. Rachel was amazing throughout the whole journey. From the first call I made from my bed when I wasn’t sure I’d be able to teach yoga again to returning from his funeral and not being able to walk correctly because of pain, Rachel was […]

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Sue Perisi

“I’ve spent over 30 years sitting at a computer on a daily basis and even though I also exercised routinely over the course of those years, the sitting for prolonged periods of time coupled with long and stressful driving commutes, began to manifest as chronic pain in my body.  When I finally (and fortunately) met Rachel, I had developed painful, limited […]

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Back Pain: Attitude and Asana

Written by Rachel Krentzman, PT, E-RYT, CPYI, for LA YOGA MAGAZINE This was the second in an ongoing series on the therapeutic applications of yoga to appear in LA YOGA Ayurveda and Health magazine. A copy of the article can be viewed at: www.layogamagazine.com I clearly remember the moment when shooting pain in my back […]

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Hanging out the Yoga Way

By Rachel Krentzman, PT, E-RYT For www.active.com – March 19, 2010 – The Great Yoga Wall™ Many of you may have experienced both the exhilaration and peaceful state that a yoga practice provides. One of the reasons we feel so good after doing yoga is because it is a balanced physical practice designed to open […]

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Jenn Chang, DPT Physical Therapist

Jenn Chang DPT, received Bachelor degrees in both General Biology and Dance in 2008 at UC San Diego and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in 2011.  Having over 20 years of formal dance training in ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary, hip hop and break dancing, she […]

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Shannon Linzer DPT Physical Therapist

Shannon Linzer, DPT, OCS, CSCS, RYT200 earned her doctorate in physical therapy from Boston University in 2009.  In 2013 she achieved Board Certification as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist.  She has been a vinyasa yoga teacher since 2014 and complements evidence-based physical therapy practice with vinyasa’s flowing mindfulness. When not treating patients or reading up on […]

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