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Brooke Miller opened PeakRx Therapy about ve years ago in Lewisville. It started out of a room in a gym before expanding to its own space. PHOTOS BY SAMANTHA DOUTYCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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PeakRx Therapy Therapists help clients surpass their goals P eakRx Therapy strives to go beyond traditional physical therapy, owner Brooke Miller BY SAMANTHA DOUTY

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person through those three lenses and normally nd a happy medium.” Pelvic health is a passion of Miller’s, she said. She wants to work at removing the stigma associated with pelvic oor issues, such as incontinence, pain and general pelvic oor knowledge, she said. “It shouldn’t be embarrassing,” she said. Beyond the pelvic oor, therapists at PeakRx also help clients with orthopedic needs—such as treating knees, shoulders and feet—along with performance therapy, Miller said. “We have a lot of things we are passionate about here,” she said. PeakRx is out of network, which means the clinic does not bill insur- ance companies for the treatment. Instead, clients can request reim- bursement from their insurer. “It takes a special person who’s honestly just committed to (attend- ing physical therapy) and willing to invest in themselves,” Miller said. PeakRx continues to grow, Miller said, which means she is looking to expand, hopefully within the same building in Lewisville. “It just gets bigger and bigger, and helps more people,” she said. “We want to eliminate the ‘I wish I had known.’”

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Weights are used for performance-based physical therapy at PeakRx.

says, and helps clients reach their goals with personalized treatments. Miller started PeakRx in Lewisville about ve years ago after she had her rst child and struggled to get back to the athlete she was before she had a baby, she said. “That’s where PeakRx was born, just kind of wanting to be the pro- vider I wish I had had myself,” Miller said. “I started actually renting a room out of a gym, and then over time it grew into this.” Miller has been a physical therapist for more than 10 years and worked out of a local hospital, but she wanted to help her clients more. She realized traditional physical therapy left people wanting more in terms of their goals for tness, such as running and lifting weights, Miller said. “We weren’t really able to provide that where we were at,” she said. At PeakRx, there are three physical therapists who work on orthopedic, pelvic floor and perfor- mance-based therapy. “We live in this weird world of helping out a lot of dierent people with a lot of dierent things,” Miller said. “We’re able to look at each

PeakRx Therapy 359 Lake Park Road, Ste. 111, Lewisville 972-695-3575 www.peakrxtherapy.com By appointment only • ankle sprains • runner’s knee • labral tears • meniscus tears/repairs • joint pain Here are some client ailments that are treated by PeakRx Therapy. • post-op tendon and joint repairs • back pain • plantar fasciitis • osteoarthritis pain/limitation • rotator cu sprains/strains PEAKRX TREATMENTS

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