Dr. Tininenko’s Philosophy
Natasha takes a whole person, whole body approach to physical therapy. She helps her patients gain confidence in their ability to move freely by addressing pain management, posture, and functional strength. She utilizes traditional manual therapy techniques like joint mobilization and traction, as well as yoga and pilates, to help patients reach their goals. Natasha utilizes a variety of modalities including yoga, spinal traction, joint mobilization, massage, pelvic floor rehabilitation, cupping, and kinesiotaping.
What makes Dr. Tininenko different:
Natasha has extensive experience as an outpatient orthopedic physical therapist and acts like a detective to find the source of your movement dysfunction and pain. She has been teaching yoga for over 20 years and completed her Purna Yoga 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training and pursued additional training in therapeutic yoga for back pain. She is also trained in pelvic floor female health, ergonomics, and Pilates. Whether you are a weekend warrior with a sore shoulder, an office worker with a tight neck, or a person looking for relief from back pain and trying to avoid surgery, she can personalize a home program for you and get you back to enjoying life more fully.
Areas of Emphasis:
- Chronic pain
- Gait/balance disorders
- Pelvic health
- Spine and extremity injuries
- Doctorate in Physical Therapy from A.T. Still University
- Bachelors in Exercise Science from the University of Arizona