I think she did a great job with some good tips on my nutrition intake,” Dumervil said, saying she changed him to more of a protein diet. “She also does a good job too of getting your hips open and getting you ready for the game.
I’m happy she’s here,” Stewart said. “With what she does, I feel like I recover a lot faster. She gets me prepared to play every week. I haven’t had any issues at all. She does well making sure my muscles are firing. She’s one reason I’m healthy for sure.
I have had the pleasure of meeting many knowledgeable and talented athletic trainers and physicians. Barbara has both the knowledge and gifted hands that can bring an athlete back from acute and chronic injury to optimum good health. I recommend her highly and without reservation. She worked wonders on my sciatica, when meds and physical therapy just fell short.
Barbara has helped me walk again not once, but twice! I hurt my back over the summer, and Barbara helped stretch tight muscles that were making it hard to walk. Then, earlier this year (after I hurt myself surfing), Barbara discovered I had some weakness in my right leg muscles that was causing muscle spasms (something my doctor, chriopractor, acupuncturist, AND physical therapist all overlooked).
Four years ago I began working with Barbara because she was a woman trainer and I felt she would have a better understanding of the female body. Today I work with her because of the results I have had. I am fitter, stronger, more flexible with better balanced than I thought I could ever be for a 62 year old woman, and I continue to make strides in this area.
I was referred to Barbara by a golfing friend to help with my chronic back pain. At that time, I was also considering back surgery. After a few months of stretch therapy and nutrition counseling I was back on the golf course and feeling much better. Barbara is professional, intelligent, polite and an industry leader.
Barbra’s work is invaluable to runners/athletes and to Chiropractic patients (I say this as a Chiropractor and a Running coach). But not only that, she’s the only person in the area who is qualified to do the work she does.
As the Ravens prepare for their final regular-season game, their bodies are tired and sore. This is especially the time of year that Barbara Depta can pay dividends. Depta is a flexibility and mobility coach, certified nutrition specialist and strength coach. What she really specializes in is fascia stretching, which heals tissues and speeds up rehabilitation.Read More