Around the Office, Physical Therapy Tips

A Reflection from 2019

Abby Schenk • January 27, 2020

2019 has reached its year end.  We have some amazing things to boast and reflect upon in 2019.  Here are some highlights of this year:...

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Why Is The Room Spinning?

Dana Tress • February 24, 2020

Imagine having a good night’s sleep. Your eyes pop open in the morning and you sit up in bed. That’s when everything goes wrong. You...

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It's All About the Butt

Ashley Dougvillo • January 9, 2020

This big beautiful muscle seen below is the gluteus medius (or part of the “butt”). It is a powerhouse! (precisionmovement.coach) Now the “glut med” as...

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Personalized Physical Therapy: What Does That Look Like?

Abby Schenk • November 7, 2019

I was recently talking with a client who stated, “I had no idea this is what PT looked like?  I didn’t realize your profession was...

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Pain is a real thing, but why?

Abby Schenk • November 5, 2019

Over the past few years increasing numbers in chronic pain patients are being seen in the outpatient clinics.  As a therapist pain is something that...

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How Do I know My Physical Therapist is Right for Me?

Abby Schenk • October 24, 2019

At some point in our lives we all face injury, pain, or discomfort. Let’s face it, initially our reaction is to rest, ice, and stay...

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Working With Your Physical Therapist

Denise Smith • October 15, 2019

We are lucky at Smith Physical Therapy and Running Academy . . . we get to spend a full hour with our patients.  We do...

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Returning to Running Post Baby

Ashley Dougvillo • October 3, 2019

It was almost 5 months post baby that I decided I wanted to tackle another 50k. Not a 5k, not a 10k, not a ½...

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How to Avoid Burnout During Marathon Training

Ashley Dougvillo • September 10, 2019

We’ve all been there before.  The dread of the alarm going off at 4am. Checking the weather multiple times only to see the heat index...

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What Exactly is Physical Therapy?

Dana Tress • August 29, 2019

As Physical Therapists, we realize that many people have their own versions of what physical therapy entails based on personal experiences or through the stories...

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When should I see a Physical Therapist for Astym?

Denise Smith • August 9, 2019

Have you been having pain or ongoing tightness and restrictions?  Astym may be a good option for you!  Astym is utilized for the removal of...

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