• Flying Pig Training

    March 09, 2018

    Lots of runners are gearing up for our local Flying Pig events in May. Training through snow, rain, wind and few nice weather days thrown in on occasion. The mileage is increasing and this may be when you start noticing some problems. It isn’t uncommon to have soreness as the mileage increases but be careful […]

  • Written by: Dr. Eden Climo, PT, DPT Have you ever had an injury that just seemed to linger despite your best efforts? Maybe you’ve tried icing, stretching, anti-inflammatories, rest/ice/compression/elevation. Perhaps you’ve even gone to see a doctor or physical therapist all who evaluated/treated your injured body part. Alas, here you are months later still battling […]

  • 5 Reasons To See a Physical Therapist Before You Get Injured

    Dr. Phil Cadman, PT, DPT January 15, 2018

    Many people traditionally use physical therapy for recovery from a surgical procedure, rehabilitation following an injury or to improve function when they are diagnosed with a disease.  There is a trend toward prevention in other areas of healthcare and it make sense to include physical therapy.

  • Suffering From “Mall Back” This Holiday Season?

    Dr. Andrew Beardslee, PT, DPT December 13, 2017

    Is your holiday shopping becoming a literal pain?  Many people experience pain I refer to as “Mall Back.”  This may be familiar – you meander around the shopping mall or the grocery store, and a nagging dull pain throbs in the small of the back.  The same can happen when you stand for long durations, such as when cooking holiday meals.