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On the Air: Brain Injury Radio Interview –

Another Fork in the Road

with

Allan Bateman – Preventive and Rehabilitative Therapist

images-1Therapy should be gentle. That is what Preventive and Rehabilitative Therapist, Allan Bateman, touts. He does not buy into the “No pain! No gain!” train of thought. He also believes that therapy is not one-size-fits-all. When he meets with a client, he searches for methods that will best help his client, and those methods

Allan Bateman - Preventive & Rehabilitative Therapist

Allan Bateman – Preventive & Rehabilitative Therapist

are ever-changing as the needs of the client change. Allan incorporates a lot of Eastern philosophy into his therapy like Qigong and martial arts. He uses their gentle movements to retrain the muscles to accomplish his goals.

Allan Bateman, PRT, was my husband, David’s, therapist for nearly seven years.

Allan Bateman & TBI Survivor, David Figurski - sometimes Allan even came to our home

Allan Bateman & TBI Survivor, David Figurski

Thank you, Allan, for sharing your knowledge and expertise with me and my listeners on “Another Fork in the Road” on the Brain Injury Radio Network.

Click the link below to listen to New York City-based Allan Bateman discuss how he approaches therapy with his clients.

See you “On the Air!”

Allan Bateman – Preventive Rehabilitative Therapist

Click here for a list of all “Another Fork in the Road” shows on the Brain Injury Radio Network.

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