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Tips & Techniques to Get You Back to Full Strength

Shopping With a Vestibular Disorder

Dana Tress • December 4, 2023

The holidays can be a fun and festive time of year.  For those with chronic vestibular disorders, however, the holiday season can add additional stress...

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It's Your First Session with Smith PT+ Aquatics!

Kirsten Rowland • December 4, 2023

Welcome back! We are so happy you are here. Please make sure to bring your swimsuit or swim trunks, shoe wear and a towel today!...

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Meet Your Feet

Jennifer Myatt • November 15, 2023

If you were to name the first 10 exercises that come to mind, would any foot exercises be on your list? The foot and ankle...

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An Evaluation with Smith PT+ Aquatic Rehab!

Kirsten Rowland • October 12, 2023

It’s time for your first appointment and evaluation with Smith PT+ Rehab, let’s get you prepared for that appointment. Your evaluation will always be completed...

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The “OTHER THINGS” That Physical Therapy Can Do

Dana Tress • September 21, 2023

The profession of physical therapy is a fascinating one because we, as a collective group of clinicians, are experts in how the human body moves. ...

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Oversplits: Why they can be dangerous and safe alternative exercises

Megan Long • September 19, 2023

  Oversplits: How they can be dangerous and safe alternative exercises   Dancers and gymnasts are always looking for ways to increase their flexibility and...

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What to expect before your appointment with Smith PT+ Aquatics

Kirsten Rowland • September 18, 2023

  Welcome to Smith Physical Therapy + Aquatic Rehab! We are so happy you have decided to make us a part of your recovery and...

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F A L L in Love with Trail Running

Megan Sloan • September 13, 2023

  It’s hard to deny that the air has a slight crispness to it now. The days are getting shorter. Leaves are starting to fall....

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Stopping Falls Before They Happen

Dana Tress • September 8, 2023

Falls are an extremely common occurrence in our older adult population.  They frequently result in catastrophic injuries and death.  One in four adults over the...

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I Have Crystals In My Ear?

Dana Tress • August 2, 2023

Yes, you have crystals in your ear!  They are not sparkly, shiny gems floating around in there.  Rather, they are called otoconia and are microscopic...

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(Mental) Balance and the Benefits

Jill Ernst • July 12, 2023

(Mental) Balance and the Benefits By our summer intern, Liam Spear Finding my Footing Before diving right into the bulk of this blog post on...

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