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    *Not pictured Audrey Sorensen and Guisselle Montes
  NeoLife Physical Therapy and Wellness
Robby Ellis, DPT
Board certifications: Certified Intramuscular Dry Needling
Number of years you’ve practiced: 10 years What does practicing medicine mean to you? My job is all about advocating for, educating and empowering my patients to live more productive and pain free lives.
When it comes to health, what is one thing you wish that your patients knew? I wish people were more aware of the effectiveness of properly managed conservative care.
What is something interesting that most people don’t know about you? I love building and fabrication work. Recently, I own and operate a portable lumber mill and custom built a lumber kiln out of a 40ft shipping container. I’m currently using this lumber to build a house from the trees harvested from my property in Woolmarket.
NeoLife Physical Therapy and Wellness is an Neuro-Orthopaedic manual therapy intensive clinic founded on family, ethical responsibility
and a culture of “doing it the right way,” all while addressing the root causes of pain and dysfunction with a hands-on treatment approach. We are passionate about people, life, and our profession.
We believe that successful clinical outcomes are dependent on skilled “hands on” intervention and caring relationships. We are determined to provide the highest quality of care using the most effective techniques used around the world. Our treatment protocols are based on evidence collected globally that supports and validates the clinical decisions that we make.
Overall, we have great outcomes because
we believe in a holistic approach to physical therapy, an open dialog between collaborating professionals, and an environment that breaths life and encourages healing.
4016 Cassimer Ave., D’Iberville
9036 Carl Legett Rd., Ste. B, Gulfport
604 Blue Meadow Rd., Bay St. Louis
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