Therapeutic Associates West Kennewick Physical Therapy

Therapeutic Associates West Kennewick Physical Therapy

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For more than 25 years physical therapist and clinic director Ken Call has provided the West Kennewick community with personalized care designed to keep people moving and enjoying all the wonderful activities the Tri-Cities region offers. Here, the clinic team is dedicated to getting people back to the things they...
After more than 25 years at Therapeutic Associates West Kennewick Physical Therapy, clinic director Ken Call remains committed to providing personalized, compassionate care to every patient. His belief in practicing what he preaches keeps Ken active and enjoying the local area with friends and family.
If staying in your home as you grow older is important to you, make sure you maintain your strength and mobility so that you’re able to physically do the things you need to do in order to safely care for yourself. These 5 moves can help prepare you for aging...
Rehabilitation, Performance and Recovery Blood Flow Restriction Training (BFRT) is a new and popular treatment intervention that can help you return to the activities that you love. BFRT uses blood flow pressures that are individualized to your body and overall goals to train muscles more efficiently as well as improve...
Committed to Our Community Therapeutic Associates West Kennewick is doing several things to support the community and get families and individuals active and healthy. When families and friends workout, race, and participate together they are bonded by the experience. Parents who sent an example of an active lifestyle infuse their...

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Athletic Performance
Shoes that provide support, stability, and protection can help protect you from injury and help you get the most out of your trail running adventures.
Foot & Ankle, injury prevention, Knee, Running, shoes
Current Affairs
In honor of Men’s Health Week, PT Devin Langaker openly shares his reflections on his personal experiences highlighting how easy it is to neglect things like regular checkups and daily exercise as life shifts and circumstances change.
health and wellness
Health & Wellness
There are 34 muscles and 29 bones in each hand and forearm. These structures all work together to pull weeds, plant flowers, and prune trees. It’s important that we keep them in good health.
Company Culture
Emily Quinn's journey as a physical therapist has been centered around pediatric care, enriched by diverse experiences in various settings and driven by a desire to impact early childhood development.
careers, Company Culture, pediatric PT, physical therapy
Athletic Performance
As a beginner, diving into the world of cycling can be both exciting and daunting. It is essential to ensure you not only have safe equipment, but that you also are physically prepared.
bike fit, Cycling
Athletic Performance
While it is easy to get carried away in the excitement of the last few games, matches and meets, it is extremely important to also check in with our kids about their physical state to address any pain or injuries that may have come up during the season.
injury prevention, physical therapy, Youth Athletics
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

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