Welcome to Positively Balanced and the Be HEaRd Women’s Health Platform
We’re focused on bridging the gap in women’s health and giving you the knowledge, resources and community you need!
What is Positively Balanced?
Positively Balanced was founded by Cassandra McCoy MAT, ATC, LAT with one goal in mind: to help improve the health and wellness of women everywhere and bridge the gaps seen in their care. Today, Cassandra works with women who are currently pregnant, postpartum or recovering from injury. The non-profit branch of Positively Balanced is called the Be HEaRd Women’s Health Platform. This platform strives to bridge the gap in women’s health by providing resources, education and conversation to all women.
Cassandra McCoy MS ATC LAT
As Oklahoma’s only Certified and Licensed Athletic Trainer who is specialized in prenatal/postpartum care and rehab performance exercise, she focuses on utilizing the best rehab exercise techniques and whole body science based methods to providing her patients with a comprehensive approach to transforming their health. Her mission is to help women transform their health and empower them to live their most fulfilled life.
Cassandra is a full time ATC at Advanced Orthopedic in the physical therapy department with outreach to a local high, Collinsville High School. She is also an adjunct professor at Tulsa Community College where she teaches Applied Anatomy and Kinesiology.
When she isn’t empowering women or working, she is playing with her son and husband outside, gardening, cooking, and teaching movement classes.
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