Lauren Cadman, PT, CIDN, is the owner of Premier Wellness and Myofascial Release, LLC.
Lauren began her professional career treating primarily orthopedics which developed into a passion for manual therapy. Her clinical specialties include orthopedics, spine, chronic pain and athletic injuries, with advanced skills and interest in Myofascial Release (MFR) and Women’s Health/ Pelvic Floor therapy. She has completed intensive training and an internship in MFR under John F. Barnes, PT. In addition to studying advanced skills in MFR, Lauren has also been invited to assist in the Myofascial Release seminars taught by John F. Barnes. Lauren has developed a passion for the delivery of MFR as a treatment for her patients.
Myofascial Release has become a sought-out technique by patients and the medical community. Lauren’s goal is to help patients achieve an active, pain free lifestyle. In addition to diagnoses involving pain, Lauren treats women with pelvic/menstrual problems, urinary incontinence or pain, infertility, painful intercourse as well as treatment for breast implants/scar tissue, episiotomy scars, hysterectomy scars, coccyx pain/dysfunction, using a whole body myofascial release approach. Lauren continues to advance her skills and training in MFR as well as exposing the community to the benefits of MFR. Lauren will provide one on one individualized care along with patient education on self-treatment.
In addition to Myofascial Release, Lauren has training in other forms of manual therapy, including visceral mobilization, muscle energy techniques, Mobilizations with movement and has a certification in Integrative Dry Needling. Lauren has also started Pilates training from Balanced Body , which she incorporates in her exercise programs with her patients to help with movement and core stability as well as flexibility.
A little more about Lauren :
She has grown up in Cincinnati her entire life. If you are from Cincinnati, you know that where you went to high school is often asked. Lauren is a proud graduate of Roger Bacon High school , participating in soccer and basketball. She graduated from the University of Cincinnati with her BS in Physical Therapy in 2001. While At UC, Lauren was a member of the University of Cincinnati Women’s Soccer team. She enjoys a very active lifestyle and spending time with her family, which includes her husband and five children. Though she has hung up the soccer cleats, she has developed a love for triathons. In 2013, she completed Ironman Louisville. She can currently be seen on the sidelines watching her kids play volleyball, basketball and swim.
Tina Cope, PT, CIDN
Tina has been working as a physical therapist for over 20 years with orthopedics, manual therapy, and corrective exercise as her main focus. She graduated with a masters degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Louisville.
Tina has experience in treating acute and chronic injuries including: cervical and postural related pain, lumbar, sacroiliac pain and dysfunction, shoulder, hip, and ankle injuries including post surgical rehabilitation. She also enlys treating chronic or overuse syndromes including tennis and golfers elbow and plantar fasciitis.
Tina has undergone training in Integrative Dry Needling, Cupping, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization and Myofascial Release techniques.
She is in the process of advancing her training in MFR of the lumbo-pelvic area. With her years of experience and training, patients receive a one on one, individualized treatment through a focus on treating the whole person not just the diagnosis the patient arrives with. The treatment plan will also include education and providing patients with the tools they need to self manage and make changes in their lifestyle that can provide
long term relief.
A little more about Tina
Tina is a native to the Cincinnati area with a love of the outdoors and local sports. She enjoys watching her son play football at UD and her daughter play golf at the local high school. Tina has had a lifelong love of exercise and nutrition. She has participated in half Ironman Triathlons, half marathons, and The Pelotonia Bike ride
for cancer research funding.