Here at Moment of Truth Physical Therapy, we love helping men and women have healthy, active lives, free from pain and restrictions and feeling whole and confident in their health.
We offer a $39 discovery visit for several reasons:
1) Most people have never heard of pelvic physical therapy or myofascial release.
2) If they have heard of it, they have no idea if they need it.
3) Even if they're sure they need it, they have no idea how we can help or what's going to happen when they come in.
That is not how we want you to feel! We want you to feel honored and heard. We want you to have a sense of peace that this is the right place for you to be, confident in the care you will receive. We want to build some trust, for you to feel safe. That all goes so much better when we meet face-to-face and have a chance to talk about what is going on and how we can help. Click here to request your discovery session now or click here to watch a video about WHY we do them!
We are here to help you know and trust your body, to feel confident in what you need to heal and feel whole again, to have the best pregnancy and delivery you can, without pain, medications or limitations!
Emily Duncan joined the Moment of Truth and Healing Space team as both a Physical Therapist and yoga instructor in February 2023. Growing up in Litchfield Park, she now lives in Peoria with husband Cody and baby boy, Grant.
Graduating with a Bachelors from GCU and completing her Physical Therapy doctorate at NAU, Emily enjoys All things Women’s Health; living a non-toxic, nutrition focused, Eastern medicine lifestyle and spending her free time outside, cooking, or reading a historical fiction or fantasy book.
Taking her first yoga class at the age of 15 she was immediately hooked, falling in love with the beauty, grace, and challenges of a regular Power Flow or Vinyasa practice.
Courtney Giroux has been a licensed massage therapist since 2008 and specializes in prenatal/postpartum care, myofascial release, and cupping therapy. She is passionate about the science behind the benefits of bodywork and believes that pregnant and postpartum mothers deserve to take time for themselves. She has experienced the ups and downs of pregnancy and postpartum, an unplanned cesarean, and the journey of breastfeeding tongue and lip tied babies; which lead her into wanting to make her focus be helping other mothers during their journey into, and throughout, motherhood.
Paula Leadbetter I first developed an interest, which turned into a passion, for massage whilst I was on assignment in the Middle East (as a RN)—no internet and lots of books to read. Upon returning to UK, I acted upon this and went on to complete advanced training in Massage, I started and ran my own small business seeing 25 to 40 clients a week… Moved to USA and my credits did not transfer so back to school I went. Earning Valedictorian and Honors Kum Laude in Massage Therapy at Az College (820Hours). I have since completed trainings in Hot Stone Massage, Pre/Post Natal Massage, Neuromuscular Therapy, Cranio-sacral therapy, Trigger Point and Acupressure. I love to share my knowledge and experiences – and if I can help someone feel better either by relaxation/ stress reduction or pain relief, I feel I have done a service to be proud of…