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Therapydia New Orleans

Physical Therapy in New Orleans, LA

Serving the Mid-City, Metairie and Nola Area in New Orleans, Louisiana

Whether you’re looking to recover from an injury, improve your athletic performance, or prevent future injuries, our physical therapists in New Orleans, LA are here to help you discover your path to lifetime wellness. 

Here’s what you can expect at our New Orleans physical therapy clinic:

  • One-on-one treatments tailored for your unique body and personal goals
  • Customized home exercise programs to improve movement and function
  • Hands-on care that pinpoints the root cause of your pain for lasting relief
  • For the best physical therapy in New Orleans, contact us today!

Therapydia New Orleans

421 N. Carrollton Avenue, Suite 4
New Orleans, LA 70119

Phone: (504) 702-6688
Fax: (504) 702-6679 

Email: Hello@TherapydiaMidCity.com

Mon: 7:00am to 6:00pm
Friday: 8:00am to 6:00pm
Thurs: 7:00am-5:00pm
Friday: 7:00am to 3:20pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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Our Services

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

Our goal is to help our patients lead the lives they’ve always wanted, helping each individual reach their long-term wellness goals.

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Manual Therapy

Manual Therapy

Manual therapy is one type of clinical hands-on physical therapy technique. This technique uses skilled and sophisticated hands-on movements to treat soft tissues and joint structures.

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Baseline Screens

Baseline Screens

By tracking changes over time, we can pinpoint injuries before they happen and areas to improve for performance vitality.

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Sports Rehab & Performance Training

Sports Rehab & Performance Training

Our physical therapists are athletes just like you – we work together to create individualized programs based upon your goals and needs.

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Pelvic Floor

Pelvic Floor

Pelvic Health Physical Therapy spans across age groups and life events from competing in sports to childbirth, menopause and into the golden years.

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Pediatric Pelvic Floor

Pediatric Pelvic Floor

Welcome to our physical therapy topic of pediatric pelvic health. While pelvic health concerns are often associated with adults, it is crucial not to overlook the unique needs of children.

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Women's Pelvic Health

Women's Pelvic Health

In recent years, the field of women’s health has gained significant recognition, shedding light on the importance of addressing unique concerns that women face throughout their lives.

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Men's Pelvic Health

Men's Pelvic Health

When it comes to healthcare, pelvic health is an area that is often overlooked, particularly when it comes to men. However, men’s pelvic health is just as important as any other aspect of their well-being.

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Prostatectomy

Prostatectomy

Undergoing a prostatectomy, the surgical removal of the prostate gland, is a significant event that can bring about various physical and emotional changes for men.

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Pre & Post-Partum Physical Therapy

Pre & Post-Partum Physical Therapy

Pregnancy is a time of wellness accompanied by tremendous musculoskeletal, physiological and emotional change.

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Pediatric Physical Therapy

Pediatric Physical Therapy

Welcome to our physical therapy topic of pediatric pelvic health. While pelvic health concerns are often associated with adults, it is crucial not to overlook the unique needs of children.

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Pediatric Torticollis

Pediatric Torticollis

Pediatric torticollis is a condition that affects infants and young children, causing a tilt or rotation of the head.

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Run Assessment

Run Assessment

Therapydia’s Run Analysis is a systematized method used to locate areas of weakness and determine whether your current running movement patterns are putting you at risk of injury.

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Vertigo

Vertigo

What’s the difference between dizziness and vertigo? Dizziness is a very broad term that can encompass lightheadedness, unsteadiness or a fainting sensation. Vertigo is actually a specific type of dizziness that is described as the sensation that one’s surroundings are moving or spinning around them.

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TMJ & TMD Physical Therapy

TMJ & TMD Physical Therapy

The temporomandibular joint, which connects the jaw to the side of the head, is one of the most used joints in the body.

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Dry Needling

Dry Needling

Dry needling therapy is a method of releasing toxic chemicals that inflame your muscles known as a trigger points (aka “muscle knots”).

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Golf Swing Assessment

Golf Swing Assessment

Golf fitness has evolved over the years requiring top athletes to take better care of their bodies to tolerate the increased power, repetitions, and demands of a swing.

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New Orleans Physical Therapy Team

Our Testimonials and Reviews

As proof that we are delivering the highest quality services, we have scored an average of 4.9 out of 5 across 567 patient satisfaction surveys. You're only as good as your latest testimonial!

Here are the most recent Testimonials from New Orleans

Natalee Lewis, PT, DPT | Physical Therapist

 

Dr. Natalee Lewis received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of North Texas Health Science Center in 2019. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Food Science from Middle Tennessee State University. Natalee started her career in New Orleans in both the hospital and outpatient orthopedic settings. From there, she gained a variety of experience through travel contracts, serving patients from Maine to California. She is certified in Dry Needling through the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy. She enjoys deconstructing beliefs about pain and injury to return patients to activities they love. She especially loves challenging older adults to improve their strength and do things they no longer thought possible. The constant stream of festivals and reasons to wear a costume is what draws her back to New Orleans. On her days off, you can find her biking, walking her dog, listening to podcasts, and kayaking on Bayou St. John.


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Dr. Fedor earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Alabama in Birmingham in 2012. She obtained her Bachelors degree in Psychology/Biology from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa in 2009. Whitney has advanced training in pelvic health with a Pelvic Rehab Practitioner Certification (PRPC) through Herman and Wallace education. Also Whitney has been dry needling since 2014 with a KinetaCore certification for needling of the full body and pelvic health specific impairments. 

Whitney has a specialized interest in treating pelvic health patients’ women, men and pediatrics where she has been serving the greater New Orleans area since 2015. Whitney is a new mother herself where her desire to help enhance the treatment of pelvic floor impairments was only fostered following the birth of her son.

Whitney enjoys doing anything outside especially water related and spending time with her friends, husband, son, and dog.

Dr. Milner earned her Doctorate of Physical therapy from the University of Mississippi Medical Center in 2016. She attended the University of Mississippi in Oxford, Mississippi where she earned the Bachelor’s degree in Biology with a Minor in Psychology. She has worked in outpatient settings since graduating, treating various patient populations, including orthopedics, pediatrics, neurological conditions, and pelvic health. Lizzy is certified to practice dry-needling through the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy. She also has completed Pelvic Floor Level 1 training through Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. 

Lizzy believes in the importance of empowering her patients to help them achieve their goals. She focuses on creating individualized care plans that will help to make a significant and positive change in the lives of her patients.

Lizzy enjoys spending time with her husband, family, and friends, running, Reformer Pilates, baking, and walking her two rescue dogs, Janet and Mojo.

Dr. Janie Irvin graduated from Louisiana State University’s Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy in 2016.  She has worked in an outpatient orthopedic clinic since graduating where she has treated a variety of orthopedic and neurological diagnoses. Since graduating she has received several certifications to enhance her skill set, such as Graston Provider, LSVT BIG Certification to treat Parkinson’s Disease, Functional Dry Needle Certification, and Level 1 Schroth technique Certification to treat scoliosis in adolescents. Janie’s special interests/patient populations range from strengthening and balance related to Parkinson’s Disease, core and postural strengthening to prevent scoliosis progression in adolescents, and post-operative rehab following rotator cuff repair, total knee/hip arthroplasty, and any sports related injury. 

Dr. Irvin also enjoys developing relationships with her patients and empowering them to take control of their rehab and healing. Using a combination of evidence-based clinical practices, manual therapy techniques, and exercise education, it is Janie’s goal for her patients to return to the activities they love while educating them on ways to independently maintain progress at home. 

When Dr. Irvin is not in the clinic, she also enjoys running outside, traveling, hiking, SCUBA diving, playing tennis, and spending time with her husband, Brandon, and dog, Luna. 

Andrea is originally from the Bahamas. She has lived in 2 countries, 4 states and 10 different cities. She received a bachelor of science degree in Business from Southern University in New Orleans and is a certified Health Coach. She spent 20 years in the luxury hospitality industry as an Events and Sales Manager before venturing into the healthcare world. Prior to her current position, she grew her customer care and service skills as a Patient Services Manager at an Integrative Medicine Center. She enjoys a healthy lifestyle and spends most of her time exploring activities that contribute to a life of balance and wellness. She travels whenever she gets the chance and enjoys cooking, reading, dancing, coaching and spending time with her family and friends.

 

Jessica Jones

Physical Therapist

Jessica recently moved to Seattle from Boston, MA and is excited to join the Therapydia team. Her treatment experience includes orthopedics, sports medicine, pediatrics, and vestibular therapy. Jessica received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University in Boston, MA in 2016. She has completed the Pediatric Physical Therapy Residency at Boston Children’s Hospital and is in the process of completing a Comprehensive Vestibular Rehabilitation certification. Jessica believes in empowering and inspiring patients to take control of their health through education, movement, and exercise. She enjoys treating patients of all ages and levels while utilizing soft tissue techniques, neuromuscular re-education, balance training as well as therapeutic exercise. In her free time, Jessica enjoys yoga, dancing, kayaking, and hiking with her dog!

 

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