Michael Milnes of Rochester, MN: Proactive Care

Michael Milnes is a Rochester, MN, physical therapist with decades of experience. Michael Milnes came to his profession after a career-ending football injury in college and has since used proactive care to prevent further injuries, despite his recent interest in triathlons and obstacle course races.

“Proactive care is more than paying attention when something hurts,” wrote Michael Milnes of Rochester, MN. “Proactive care means doing yoga every day, eating a diet that reduces inflammation and speeds up healing, and listening to your body. This is what I ultimately help my patients do. The rest is just leading up to it.”

Each of Michael Milnes’ Rochester, MN, patients receive a free yoga mat and even yoga clothing, if they need it, when they sign up for a program. “It’s my little gift to them, and it puts the intention of doing yoga in their houses, so they can’t forget my advice,” he explained. “I also recommend a vegan diet, which helps prevent injuries too.”

Also read: https://medium.com/@michaelmilnesrochestermn_/michael-milnes-a-physical-therapist-based-in-rochester-mn-2566eaeccfae

About Michael Milnes Rochester MN

Michael Milnes of Rochester, MN, is a physical therapist based in Rochester, Minnesota. Michael Milnes has received his undergraduate degree in Biology, which gives him a great foundational knowledge of the human body. Following his undergrad, Michael Mines Rochester MN went on to receive his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Michael Milnes has used his doctorate to achieve great success as a physical therapist. Michael Mines Rochester MN currently uses his doctorate in Physical Therapy as a self-employed physical therapist that is beloved by his clients.
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