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One Annual Health Checkup That’s Probably Missing - Physical Therapist

At a yearly physical therapy “checkup,” your PT will gather your medical history and observe as you participate in screening tests and other assessments to establish a baseline of your physical abilities, fitness level and personal health. Physical therapists are educated on how your musculoskeletal system functions properly and are trained to identify dysfunctions before they grow into bigger problems. 

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Prevent Pain. Stay Strong. 8 Minutes a Day.

What do you do when life gets too busy to take an exercise class, go for a run, or get to the gym? It’s easy to start skipping exercise when life gets busy, but that leads to less energy, and aches and pains cropping up. This makes you feel like exercising even less, and leads to a downward spiral. That means that finding time to exercise when life is busy is even more important. If you can find 8 minutes, you can maintain your strength even on your busiest day.

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Summer Peformance Training Program

Join Dr. Zach Baker in Frederick as he leads our performance training program starting June 18th. Our performance training programs provide the tools needed to improve strength, endurance, speed, power, and flexibility. Classes will be 75 min. long on Mondays and Wednesdays at 10am. Open to high school and middle school athletes of all levels.

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See your PT now for a movement screen

Now that spring is in full swing, it’s the perfect time of year to make an appointment with your physical therapist for a movement screen. The warmer weather means more time spent outdoors participating in sports and other recreational activities that may be physically demanding. A PT checkup that includes a movement screen will ensure that you’re physically able to engage in popular spring and summer adventures, whether it’s exploring in the woods, tending to your garden, or swimming at your...

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Meet Our New PTA: Chris Folland!

Chris joins the R2P team as a Physical Therapy Assistant at our Frederick location. A hardwood junkie, Chris played hoops at York and brings a vast knowledge to our group. Check out more from Chris and welcome him to the staff. 

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Consult Your Physical Therapist Before Running

Why You Should Visit Your Physical Therapist Before Your Next Run Summer is here and that means everyone from the elite runner to the weekend hiker will be out and about trying to shake off the winter blues. As you increase your activity level, you may find that you aren’t as physically capable as you once were, or maybe you have been ignoring a nagging pain for far too long or perhaps there’s a longer race distance looming on the horizon.

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Follow the Routine to Prevent Injury with Physical Therapy

Injury Prevention Begins With Physical Therapy, but Program Adherence is Key  For the average person, the hassles associated with an orthopedic injury add up quickly: expensive healthcare bills, time out of work, difficulty completing everyday tasks and discomfort associated with the injury itself. The good news is that common orthopedic injuries like ACL tears, ankle sprains and tennis elbow can often be prevented—as long as a properly trained healthcare practitioner is involved.

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Meet the Physical Therapy Intern: Tim Bifulco

Tim is a 3rd year Doctorate of Physical Therapy Student from the University of Maryland- Baltimore. He is spending his last clinical rotation under Dr. Zach Baker at our Frederick location. He is set to graduate in May once he is done the 11 week rotation. Please take a moment to get to know Tim!

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Meet the Physical Therapy Intern: Katie Brown!

Kaite is a 2nd year Doctor of Physical Therapy Student from the Univeristiy of Buffalo. She will be spending the next 8 weeks with Dr. Anthony Iannarino in our Germantown location. Please take a moment to give her a warm welcome to the team!

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