The Time Has Come–TV Segment to air tomorrow, July 31!

The wait is now over–my ABC15 Interview for Sonoran Living will air tomorrow, July 31, from 9-10am PST! I’m so excited to see this (since I haven’t even viewed the recording). If you live in the Phoenix, Arizona area, please check this out tomorrow morning. It is a short segment about 3-4 minutes long and I’m not sure exactly when it will air between 9-10am PST so please enjoy the whole show! Terri Ouellette and Susan Casper are amazing hosts and their whole staff showed me nothing but kindness. They work extremely hard to bring good content and to help their viewers.

Please check out the ABC15 website for the show,, if you are unable to watch it live as I believe they will be posting the segment online after the show.

If you are interested in the PABR Method™ or know anyone suffering from pain, stress, anxiety and sleep deprivation and much more, please check out my website, to learn more. I now have a free email subscription on the PABR™ website if you are interested in getting my Tips for Relief emails. The weekly emails contain both written content and videos to demonstrate the concepts and tips. Subscribe to this here to help you find relief in your body. If you sign up, please check your spam folder to make sure you don’t miss any emails from me. I would love to have you part of this new journey with me.

Author: Dr. Amy Novotny

Amy Novotny is a physical therapist, marathon/ultra runner and nature photographer. She treats patients for a variety of conditions but specializes in chronic pain and calming an overactive nervous system using special diaphragmatic breathing. She has used this technique to help her qualify and run in four Boston marathons! She enjoys the outdoors and can often be found running and hiking on trails in throughout Arizona. She attempts to capture the beauty of nature with her photography both locally in Arizona and also throughout the United States. She is becoming more interested in wildlife photography and attempting to capture the emotion of animal interactions. In her spare time, Amy volunteers as a photo guide for the Arizona Highways PhotoScapes nonprofit and shares her joy of nature with others. Please feel free to contact her regarding her photography, physical therapy or running.

6 thoughts on “The Time Has Come–TV Segment to air tomorrow, July 31!”

  1. Hi, Amy, I watched your segment.  Congratulations!   You did a good job.  Your choice of client to prove your method was perfect, too. I don’t know whether you remember, but TV was my life for two decades.  It’s fun to see how other people conduct interviews, in particular, with someone I know!   It’s smart to get on as many TV shows (like this one) as possible, as the broadcasts will reach potential clients.  Newer media, too, such as podcasts, and perhaps a Facebook video?   Oh, and NPR.  Listeners are generally better educated and more affluent… perfect clients for you. Wishing you continued success!  It’s hard starting a business, but you will succeed. Take care, Vicky

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    1. Thanks sooo much Vicky! Yes, I do remember you being in the TV world for 20 some years. I really enjoyed it. I was surprised I wasn’t nervous and I think it was because the staff was so nice and I was fascinated by all the camera equipment. That caught my interest, of course, coming from a photography background. Plus, the information I was talking about is now so engrained in me since I’ve been doing so many presentations lately. I now have to figure out how to do more stuff like this. Any suggestions? I’ve done a couple podcast interviews now and would love to somehow get onto NPR. Thanks so much for your support. I’m enjoying the process even more now! Take care, Amy


  2. Finally saw the segment, well done. I have two questions – what does the straw do and when did you get your PhD? Belated congratulations!

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    1. Hi John! Thank you! The straw is helpful for you to practice blowing out without pursing your lips and creating unnecessary pressure in your chest. It helps you keep an open hose with no kinks as you exhale. And, I have my clinical doctorate in PT. I’ve had it all along but never mentioned it. 🙂 . Some people who are helping coach me with the business said I really should be using Dr. so people realize that I do have an advanced education and have credibility. 🙂


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