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Physical Therapy Should be as Routine as an Oil Change. The automobile industry recommends regular oil changes to keep your car running at its peak performance. Chances are that you adhere to the guidelines outlined in your car manual as closely as possible, and probably even have a favorite business nearby that performs the services. Just like a car, the human body thrives on a tune up from time to time. People may not be born with maintenance and performance manuals, but we ought to follow ...
Posted on 2017-08-16
Incorporating Corporate Employee Health (CEH) Programs into private practice to create the total worker wellness model.. RUSSELL CERTO, PT, OCS, WILLIAM MCCORMACK MS, PT, CSCS, AND TRACY ERVIN, MPT Physical Therapists offering traditional Occupational Health Programs are trying to find ways in which we can expand our relevance/presence within the changing medical delivery system and grow our own businesses. One method to achieve this goal is to develop a corporate employee health (CEH) ...
Posted on 2016-07-26
Therapists Expand their Knowledge At Contining Education Classes. Tracy Ervin, MPT and partner at the Center for Physical Rehabilitation, just completed Module 1 of the Fascial Distortion Model.  The Fascial Distortion Model (FDM) is an anatomical perspective, originated by US physician Stephen Typaldos, D.O., in which “the underlying etiology of virtually every musculoskeletal injury (and many neurological and medical conditions) is considered to be comprised ...
Posted on 2016-06-07
Continuing Education Update. Tracy Ervin, MPT and partner at the Center for Physical Rehabilitation, just completed Module 1 of the Fascial Distortion Model.  The Fascial Distortion Model (FDM) is an anatomical perspective, originated by US physician Stephen Typaldos, D.O., in which “the underlying etiology of virtually every musculoskeletal injury (and many neurological and medical conditions) is considered to be comprised of one or more of six specific pathological alt...
Posted on 2016-05-16
GOLFERS ELBOW  (Medial Epicondylitis).  By Dave Little, PT, CHT The elbow is the second most common injury in golf. It is typically caused by a poor golf swing where the right handed golfer over-swings with the right hand, or just poor overall mechanics.   PREVENTIONS:  Warm up with stretching and practice swings before your golf round.   STRETCHING EXERCISES: Shoulder Retractions Elbow - combined wrist extension with forearm supination elbow...
Posted on 2015-06-24
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