Schedule a 25 minutes consultation with Dr. Janet for a single injury or recent onset of an injury. She can answer your questions and guide you to the appropriate plan of care, including ( but not limited to) taping, stretches, exercises and self manual techniques. A summary of the plan will be sent via email
By scheduling a consultation appointment with Janet Yiu, you are consenting to having services rendered. This is considered physical therapy consultation.
Not local to the San Francisco Bay Area? Unable to go to a physical location. We can still work together in your privacy of your own home. Make sure you have enough space to move. Look at the schedule below for your consultation.
You can schedule a 60 minute consultation with Janet. A thorough medical screen, movement analysis and movement re-education will be
performed during your appointment. This option is for you when you have multiple injuries or have a chronic injury. A recommendation of follow sessions will be made at this time. Your summary and unique plan will be sent via email.
For some one with extensive injury background, you want to allow yourself another 55 minutes to follow up on your progress. This will allow
adequate time to answer questions and perform further movement re-education.
A 25 minute follow up appointment will allow a through discussion on progress and continued movement re-education. A continue plan will be created to help you move towards your fitness goals. Please take a 1hr slot in the calendar and write in the notes, if you want the 1st half or 2nd half of that hr. I will update the calendar accordingly.
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Not sure if how you can benefit from remote physical therapy consultation? Contact me to find out how a remote physical therapy can get you to your next goal.
COVID 19 PRECAUTIONS: 3DRunner in-person services has always been intended to provide one-on-one treatment. As such, there will be no other clients at our clinic at the same time. I will be taking proper precautions such as, but not limited to, wearing a mask, using gloves when requested, using hand sanitizer, and scheduling 30 minutes between clients for sanitization.