Our Healthcare Team Recommendations

This network of trusted individuals help us deliver the best care possible to our clients.

When you come to us for personal training, we recognize that you may be in the planning phase for fitness but may not be ready to make changes in other areas of your life.

A good personal trainer develops a relationship with other healthcare providers who practice in a way that aligns with their mission and values.

Most of these providers are located in Columbia, Mo though they may offer remote services. If you have insurance, check your coverage and referral requirements for the specific practitioner before making an appointment.

When you have the space and resources, here are some providers whom we recommend you consider seeing:

If you're not sure whether you should be visiting with Hannah for weight loss or Bamboo Nutrition Therapy - if you feel you might have an eating disorder, try one of these two self-tests.

*Please note self-tests cannot diagnose you, but tell you if you are at risk for this diagnosis and recommend if you should seek support or not.*

If you have University of Missouri insurance, we also love:

  • Ginger Meyer - Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics
  • Anna Kelleher - Clinical Dietitian
  • Brad Earnest - Certified Hand Therapist
  • David Echelmeyer, MPT, OCS

Dr. Sarah Miller also works here but was worth mentioning twice!

Examples of When We Refer A Client to Another Professional:

Something doesn't need to be "wrong" for you to go visit with someone about your health. If you're not sure who to contact first, you could start by asking your primary care provider.

  • Pelvic pain during exercise - following attempts at exercise modifications.
  • Leaking during exercise - following attempts at exercise modifications.
  • Excessive muscle tension - this could lead to a referral to a massage therapist or physical therapist if not resolved within 4-6 weeks of strength training.
  • Depression or mood swings - If it's a trend you may seek help from a mental health professional.
  • Pelvic organ prolapse - following attempts at breathwork modifications.
  • Aches, pains, and mobility restrictions - when not resolved after modifications within 4-6 weeks of strength training.
  • Dietary concerns - anytime you feel that you may be missing something or if you feel uncomfortable with how much you're thinking about food.

These are just some of the more common reasons why we may refer out. If you feel that you need more help in deciding what the next best step is, please feel free to ask!