You can go to the roadside PT places where you may get a PT with one year of experience or you can go to ARC and know you have years of experience and highly regarded professionals within their field taking care of you. They have helped me for multiple issues and I can only sing praises.
Alison Brown Ferguson completed her PT training in New Zealand in 1988 (Diploma of Physiotherapy) and continued with post graduate studies in manual therapy through 1992 (Advanced Diploma of Physiotherapy in Orthopedic Manual Therapy and Diploma of Manual Therapy).
“I was introduced to the Counterstrain technique in 2006. After meeting Brian Tuckey in 2010 and introduction to Fascial Counterstrain, my clinical practice evolved in a way I could not have previously imagined. I continue to be amazed and humbled by the powerful results of this approach to manual medicine,” Alison said.
Alison is a mother of two teenage sons and has commitments outside of work with them in competitive swimming and with serving on a high school board and various committees. She balances her busy schedule with daily yoga practice, reading, cooking and fitness.
Alison is committed to pursuing excellence and providing exceptional care.