Rehabilitation

15 Apr 14
The 2014 Spring Newsletter has Arrived

Now that the weather is starting to take a turn for the better, we are proud to offer our 2014 Spring Newsletter!  It focuses on keeping up with those New Years Resolutions (remember them!?!) and with taking a look at one of the most important pieces of equipment you could ever own.  Take a gander… […]

25 Feb 14
CEU Corner: Kinesio taping (KT1 & KT2)

Kinesio taping exploded into the public’s eye probably during the 2008 Summer Olympics when a number of the beach volleyball players were sporting brightly colored pieces of tape on their bodies in all these weird formations.  Since then it seems to have gathered steam as more and more athletes have been photographed wearing the tape […]

Continuing Education Corner (CEU Corner)

One of the hallmarks of Physical Therapy is our education. Nowadays most PT schools offer either a 5 or 6 year program that culminates in the clinical Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT). However, once a student graduates their studying doesn’t end. Within the first 3 months or so a Physical Therapist will have to sit […]

18 Feb 14
The 2nd Annual Action For Distraction 5k!

We are excited to be helping our good friend Zach Rice to be a part of his 2nd Annual Action for Distraction 5k!  We will again be having a table set up to meet, talk, and hang out with people both before and after the race!  This year we will be doing a pre-race stretch […]

4 Feb 14
Low Back Pain and Physical Therapy

Acute Low Back Pain (LBP) can improve without therapeutic intervention, but for a better long-term outcome, it requires more specific/detailed neuromuscular re-education of the deep spinal stabilization muscles such as the multifidius and transverse abdominis. A research article performed by Dr Hides et al from the Journal Spine demonstrated that these specific core stabilizing muscles […]