Dance/movement therapy is biopsychosocial, meaning it looks at the interconnection between biology, psychology, and socio-environmental factors. DMT views the patient as a whole entity and encourages physical movements to reflect the emotional state and changes in patterns of movement—so that they ultimately lead to changes in the psychosocial experience.
A true fan of her professional football hero, Denver Broncos Quarterback Peyton Manning, Renee Whisner proudly displays a photo of Manning which she keeps nearby always for inspiration. In fact, she is so devoted to Manning and his never-give-up, resourceful, winning attitude, Renee named her toy poodle Peyton Omaha in honor of Manning and one of his key play calls. … Read More
NEW YORK — Adrienne is walking today because she refused to let a T-4 level spinal cord injury in 2016 keep her down. She says she simply made it her mission to walk again, which she does today with the assistance of a walker. And, when her insurance maxed out and out of pocket costs limited her outpatient physical therapy … Read More