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Q&A with Hood lacrosse star Kara Phoubandith

By Kyle McFadden Kara Phoubandith traveled down an uncharted path. After suffering her first major injury in the spring of 2016, a torn ACL, the prospects of a promising lacrosse career appeared uncertain.

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What is Physical Therapy like for an Ankle Sprain?

Rehabbing A Sprained Ankle, Getting Back On Your Feet A sprained ankle is not an uncommon injury, but can be very painful and may require extensive time and therapy to heal. Typically, ankle sprains are categorized as one of the following “Grades,” depending on the severity of the sprain. The extent of physical therapy required to help heal an ankle sprain will depend on how the sprain is graded and whether surgery is required.

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Transcribed Podcast with Dr. Funk on Frederick Advice Givers

“A life worth telling a story about. And I think that just really, just changed my trajectory in terms of how, how I approach life, how I approach free time, how I've become a lot more of say yes to just about anything, say no a whole lot less. It's just really allowed me to expand my boundaries and maybe some self limitations I put on myself”. THE PODCAST INTERVIEWER: ERIC VERDI INTERVIEWEE: DR. JOSH FUNKAUDIO: 31:25 AUDIO BEGINS:

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Dr. Josh Funk Featured on Hardwood Hustle Podcast

Dr. Josh Funk Featured on Hardwood Hustle Podcast Below is the transcribed version of the Hardwood Hustle Podcast that Dr. Josh Funk was recently featured on. Enjoy! [If you put your effort and concentration into your play - to be the best that you can be; I don't care what the scoreboard says at the end of the game, in my book we're going to be winners.

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RECAP: Developing the Healthy Youth Athlete

RECAP: Developing the Healthy Youth Athlete This past week, we hosted our 3rd ever Community Talk series featuring a presentation by Dr. Josh Funk on "Developing the Healthy Youth Athlete." Dr. Funk designed this presentation with the coach and parent in mind, in hopes of helping facilitate strategies that utilize current concepts to help youth athletes stay healthy throughout their athletic careers. Throughout the presentation, the Long Term Athlete Development model was referenced by Dr.

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Dr. Josh Funk Featured on Barbells and Banter Podcast

Dr. Josh Funk was featured on the Barebells and Banter Podcast hosted by Paul Barrios on June 27th, 2017: LISTEN NOW! EPISODE 18: DR. JOSH FUNK Paul sits down with Dr. Josh Funk – founder of Rehab 2 Perform in Frederick, MD.

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Dr. Josh Funk Featured on Hardwood Hustle Podcast

Dr. Josh Funk was featured on Hardwood Hustle Podcast hosted by Adam Bradley and TJ Resene on August 10th, 2017. 

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Dr. Josh Funk Featured On Frederick Advice Givers Podcast

Dr. Josh Funk DPT, PRC, CSCS was featured on the Frederick Advice Givers Podcast hosted by Eric Verdi on September 12th, 2016: "Live a life worth telling a story about" 071: Frederick’s Rehab 2 Perform; Dr. Josh Funk’s Innovative Rehabilitation Center Rehab 2 Perform is Frederick’s most innovative Rehabilitation Center. Dr. Josh Funk began his business in 2014 and it has been an immense success ever since. His inspiration for Rehab 2 Perform? The fact

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Rehab 2 Perform Sponsors Germantown High School

Rehab 2 Perform Sponsors Seneca Valley Fundraiser Rehab 2 Perform recently sponsored a fundraiser for one of Germantown's most historic high schools, Seneca Valley. Thefundraiser for Seneca Valley was the 7th Annual Pride of the Valley Golf Tournament and was held on Friday, June 9th at Rattlewood Golf Course. Rattlewood is located in Mt. Airy, Maryland near 144 and route 27. 

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WHAT IS IASTM?

WHAT IS IASTM (INSTRUMENT ASSISTED SOFT-TISSUE MOBILIZATION)?  IASTM refers to the use of a specifically crafted therapeutic tool to perform work on fascia and other connective and soft tissue. These tools are designed to allow for optimal pressure to be placed over a smaller surface area. This design reduces friction and allows for more precise work in the detection and treatment of dysfunctional areas that cannot be replicated with your fingers, hands, knuckles, or elbows.

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