Full Spectrum Physical Therapy of Thousand Oaks, CA Now Offers Pioneering European Techniques

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Dr. Alexandra Chaux, Doctor of Physical Therapy has recently returned from Europe with two new ways to treat Patients in need of Physical Therapy: Hypopressive Method and the K-Stretch Global Body Stretching System.

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Dr. Chaux demonstrating Global Body Stretching with the K-Stretch Hammock.

Hypopressive Method is amazingly beneficial from both health and aesthetic points of view.

Dr. Alexandra Chaux, Doctor of Physical Therapy has recently returned from Europe with two new ways to treat Patients in need of Physical Therapy: Hypopressive Method and the K-Stretch Global Body Stretching System.

Hypopressive is very popular with European models and celebrities because it flattens the stomach and develops a smaller waist for practitioners. But the main reason Dr. Chaux is employing the technique is the medical Benefits, which include: Increases sexual function for both men and women, reduces urinary incontinence, improves breathing and oxygen intake (thus reducing stress on the body) and is wonderful for Postpartum Mothers to accomplish all of the above.

“Hypopressive Method is amazingly beneficial from both health and aesthetic points of view," said Dr. Chaux. "Our Clients see the benefits almost immediately and the best thing for them is they can practice it at home between sessions to constantly improve.“

Global Body Stretching using the K-Stretch Hammock stretches the entire body at once, globally. While in the Hammock, Dr. Chaux coaches and adjusts the Client to maintain the correct stretch tension throughout the body. Patients see flexibility improvements from the first session. This method is very popular at European resorts and quality health spas.

“Global Body Stretching is taking off like wildfire in Europe and I am proud to be the first person in the United State to offer it with the K-Stretch hammock," added Dr. Chaux. "The response from our Clients has been overwhelmingly positive.”

Dr. Chaux can be reached at 805-379-4393 for appointments or interviews.

Full Spectrum Physical Therapy is located at:

325 E Hillcrest Dr, Ste 170,
Thousand Oaks CA 91360

Sessions provided by Appointment Only.

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