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In April, clinic director Jessica Dorrington crossed the finish line in the Boston Marathon. As she reflects on her experience she shares these tips for staying motivated to work toward your goals.
International Men’s Health Week is the perfect time for us to spotlight an important aspect of health — stress management and self-care.
There are many stressors associated with raising kids. However, these tips can help you counteract the PHYSICAL stressors associated with navigating our days and nights with littles in the mix.
Call to action for all the moms out there! Consider something that’s important to you and write down a goal that is specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and timebound, and get started on changing your physical activity, health, and well-being.
Are you an active biker, runner, recreational or competitive athlete limited by pain on the outside of the thigh or the outer knee? You may be one of the many people dealing with pain in the iliotibial (IT) band!
As physical therapists, we hear a lot of questions related to the infamous hamstring muscles! Many of these questions are centered around the impact of a painful hamstring during running. We are going to tackle this one question at a time.
PT FIT is a virtual fitness program where our physical therapists will create a workout routine specific to your exact goals and needs. Our team is here to help you formulate an exercise plan that won’t cause increased aches and pains, help you get stronger in your specific areas of...
It’s about a healthy baby, and now a healthy you Our therapists are passionate about post-partum care. Your body goes through a lot before, during, and after pregnancy. We are here to help you understand and navigate the changes in your body so that you can get back to your...
Do you experience incontinence or low back pain? To understand how to treat these two conditions, and get to the “core of the issue,” we must understand the importance of anatomy of the pelvis, lumbar spine, and internal organs.
This one is called Prone T’s, and it will help to strengthen the muscles of your mid-back — typically one of the weakest muscle groups for many people. This exercise is excellent for your scapula stabilizer muscles and your rotator cuff muscles.
To really strengthen your core properly, it is incredibly helpful to understand what muscles make up the core. Most know of the muscle that makes up the coveted “six-pack,” and many know of the obliques, but… what else is there?
Merely activating your transverse (by pulling your belly button toward your spine) is great, but this exercise increases the difficulty and ensures activation of all parts of the muscle, so it is more beneficial. Strengthening your inner core is one of the very best things you can do for whole-body...
This exercise, technically a mix between shoulder flexion (in front of body) and scaption (to the sides), works many of the muscles around the shoulder and can help you strengthen your shoulder while still preventing new or further injury!
Many of us have tried at times to improve our posture over the course of a day, but wouldn’t it be nice if you could do this without having to think about it all the time? Well, this push-up exercise will help!

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Athletic Performance
So you want to hit the long ball, huh? Well, improving your distance on your drives may not be as hard as you think. With some simple mobility and strength drills you can maximize your potential to hit bombs while still not having to swing out of your shoes.
Athletic Performance, Exercise, Golf
Pelvic Health
Women's Health Week is a time to honor and celebrate the strength, resilience and well-being of women everywhere. Paying attention to our pelvic floor is key to holistic health and happiness.
BreathWorks, hydration, pelvic floor, Pelvic Health
Athletic Performance
Physical therapists often see cyclists with back pain and leg or knee pain. While we can get to the root of the problem and create a plan for recovery and to avoid recurrence, following these tips can help you avoid the pain altogether!
back pain, bicycling, Exercise, injury prevention, knee pain
Athletic Performance
Programming your lifting routine to match your goals and lifestyle is key to success. With no one-size-fits-all solution, it is crucial to consider factors like frequency, intensity, skill required, volume, rest, and medical history.
goals, physical therapy, weightlifting
Physical Therapy
As musculoskeletal experts, PTs have the experience and knowledge to help you reach your movement goals. As a patient, you have the power to do what it takes to achieve the most optimal outcome.
Company Culture, physical therapy
Health & Wellness
While weightlifting can offer numerous benefits for adolescents, including improved strength, bone density, and overall fitness, it's crucial to proceed with caution and ensure that workouts are tailored to each individual's abilities and goals.
Exercise, injury prevention, physical therapy, weightlifting
Athletic Performance
Transform your cycling experience by fine-tuning your technique, form and fit with these three simple tips from one of our certified Bike-Fit physical therapist, Tina Postrel. Say goodbye to discomfort and hello to peak performance this summer.
bicycling, biking, physical therapy
Company Culture
Physical therapist Collin Reid shows that the sky is the limit when it comes to making physical therapy meaningful, enjoyable and effective. Your PT experience can be a personalized journey filled with camaraderie, creativity and fun.
careers, Company Culture, physical therapy
Pelvic Health
Embarking on your journey to pelvic health is a courageous step toward a happier, healthier you! Learn what to expect so you can have a safe, comfortable, and empowering experience.
Pelvic Health, physical therapy

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