6 Tips for Preventing a Gardening Injury

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Do you love spring because you can get outside and garden? If you’re starting to get back into your gardening routine, there are some things you should consider implementing to prevent injury. You might be thinking, “How do you get an injury from gardening”? Well, just think of all the things that you do while […]

Is Running on a Treadmill Bad for Me?

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With spring in the air, most of us are thinking about getting out of the gym and back onto the trails. Thank goodness, because a treadmill causes more stress on your joints… right? According to a new study, that might not actually be the case. There are lots of myths about running. If you read […]

Advice for Getting Back to Pre-Pregnancy Shape

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There is only one thing that is for certain when it comes to pregnancy and that is that no experience is the same. So when it comes to how much weight a woman gains while pregnant, it is definitely going to vary. Weight gain can be a concern for some, but it is necessary while […]

Having Knee or Ankle Pain? See a Physical Therapist First!

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In my practice as a Physical Therapist, I commonly see people with knee and ankle pains.  These pains could be due to any number of reasons, but often the pains are due to some kind of musculoskeletal issue – a sprain or a strain, poor strength or balance, or even a more chronic issue like […]

6 Facts About Blood Pressure That You Should Know

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May is National Blood Pressure Month! We feel it’s extremely important for you to understand the basics about blood pressure. So we’ve put together a quick run-down of some of the important things you should know. Fact #1: Blood pressure is important. It is the force of blood against the walls of your arteries. Blood […]

The Dynamic Duo: Physical Therapist & Physical Therapist Assistant

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When you go to the doctor or dentist, you have a team of professionals who serve you. Your physical therapy experience is no different.  A team approach of a Physical Therapist (PT) and a Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) is always better and here’s why:  Both the PT and PTA must successfully complete their accredited programs and both […]

Helpful Tips for Your Physical Therapy Job Interview

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Are you preparing for an upcoming physical therapy job interview? Whether you’re a pt student getting ready to graduate and take your boards, or you’re already in the field and ready for a job change –– you can never be too prepared for an interview. Here are some tips for your next job interview to […]

3 Healthy & Delicious Spring Recipes for Veggie Lovers

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Ready to add to flare to your weekly meal routine? These healthy spring recipes are simple, delicious and packed with in-season ingredients! #1: Healthy, Simple Roasted Asparagus Healthy, Simple Roasted Asparagus The best thing about fresh, spring vegetables is that you really don’t have to do much to them to really get the most flavor […]

Take Your Spring Eating Routine from Drab to FAB

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It’s very common to eat a little heavier during the colder months. So things like soup, meat and potatoes, comfort foods like casserole typically have the spotlight because they keep our bellies full and bodies warm. However, now that warmer months are officially here, you’re probably starting (or ready) to make some adjustments to your […]

Thank You Letter: Perspective From a PT Student

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As part of the rigorous Doctorate of Physical Therapy curriculum, physical therapy students are required to complete 3-5 clinical internships at various clinics, hospitals, nursing homes and other rehabilitation centers for 6-12 weeks in each setting. Students are assigned to a clinical instructor/preceptor (“CI” for short) who serves as a mentor during their clinical rotation. […]

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