There is a Season for Everything

January 31, 2015

General Information

If you’ve wondered where I’ve been for the past few months…  I’ve been focusing my efforts on my growing family and work.  My husband and I had our second son last fall and with two children in diapers, efforts have focused on keeping our family in a relative state of sanity.  In reality, we are enjoying our current season of parenting.

I haven’t devoted much time to writing for Geaux to Physical Therapy, but I’ve been promoting physical therapy in other ways.  I spoke at Touro Infirmary, where I work, about back pain last Fall and was recently featured on WLAE’s Doctors New Orleans show.  I am also excited to be writing for Touro’s newly updated blog.  I’ll be contributing pieces there throughout the year.  You can catch my first post here.

To everything there is a season and the season of promoting physical therapy is year round for me.  I hope to see you here more this year!  Move well.  Geaux to physical therapy.



Physical Therapy Orthopaedic Specialist at Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System

My name is Monique Serpas, PT, DPT, OCS. I am a physical therapist and board-certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist practicing at the Southeast Louisiana Healthcare System in New Orleans, LA. I realize how difficult it can be to overcome an injury or manage a chronic condition and am focused on helping my clients achieve wellness through a physically active lifestyle. I treat orthopaedic, balance, and vestibular disorders and practice using a combination of hands-on manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, and education. This enables my patients to assist in their own recovery and injury prevention. I also have developed fall prevention and golf-related rehab programs in the past. I hold a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Concordia University Wisconsin (2008) and a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Louisiana State University (2004). I am a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Louisiana Physical Therapy Association (LPTA), and the Orthopaedic and Neurology sections of the APTA.

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