Sara Koveleski Kraut, DPT, is the owner of Advanced Physical Therapy & Health Services in Park Ridge, Illinois, where she treats a variety of neurological, orthopedic, and vestibular conditions. Sara has developed successful treatment programs for her patients that focus on current concepts in the health and fitness world and findings from evidence-based research. She incorporates her philosophy of total health and well-being when developing her comprehensive rehabilitation programs. Dr. Koveleski Kraut established a successful clinic by effectively communicating with local physicians and providing individualized treatment plans for her patients resulting in successful outcomes.
Over 89 Pilates Exercises with expert narration
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Each exercise is throughly explained in each movie segment
Lower Extremity Movements with Neutral Pelvic Alignment
Exercises with Bands
A 21-year old male has been in PT for the past 6 weeks post ACL reconstruction on the right knee.
A 70-year old female is 5 weeks post-op for a left total hip replacement (posterior THR precautions).
Patient is a 40-year old female was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis 5 years ago. She currently complains of mild difficulty with walking, occasional losses of balance, and generalized upper and lower extremity weakness. Her goals for PT are to improve her walking, balance, and upper body strength.
A patient is a 68-year old male who reports having a stroke 3 weeks ago. Prior to the stroke, he states he was working full-time as an electrician. He states he usually plays golf twice per week and enjoys spending time with his 3 young grandchildren. He states his goals for PT are to improve his walking, return to work, return to golf, and return to being able to play with his grandkids.
A patient is an 80-year old female who currently complains of right low back pain that radiates into her right buttock and posterior thigh. She states she had an MRI last week and her doctor diagnosed her with lumbar stenosis. Aggravating factors include prolonged walking and prolonged standing. She usually feels better with sitting and bending forward. She states she is very active and would like to return to her previous level of activity which includes walking on the track at the senior center and attending her Tai Chi class.