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Rehab 2 Perform Wins Frederick Small Business Award

Rehab 2 Perform Wins Frederick Small Business of the Year In the 20th anniversary of the Entrepreneur Council Awards for the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce, Rehab 2 Perform won the Small Business of the Year. The Small Business of the Year award is for a for profit business whose annual revenue is less than $1 million a year. This is the second straight year that Rehab 2 Perform has won an award at the Entrepreneur Council Awards, winning the Start-Up of the Year award in 2016.

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Meet the Intern: Sarah Onderko

Q: Why did you decide to enter the Health and Wellness field?

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Meet the Intern: Sydney Williams

Q: Why did you decide to enter the Health and Wellness field?A: I decided to enter the Health and Wellness field because of my experiences with physical therapy throughout my athletic career. By watching and being a part of the process I have developed a great interest for how the body works, moves, and recovers from various injuries.

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Meet the Intern: Ally Coggins

Question: Why did you decide to enter the Health and Wellness field?A: I decided to enter the Health and Wellness field because I am very interested in how the human body works. I believe it is important to be aware of proper nutrition and exercise in order to keep the body healthy, and to be able to perform to it’s full potential.  

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Meet the Physical Therapy Intern: Kyle Staley

MEET OUR NEW PHYSICAL THERAPY INTERN: KYLE Please welcome Kyle, SPTA to the Rehab 2 Perform Community! We are fortunate to have him with us and look forward to enriching his experience and expertise as a young physical therapist!

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Meet The Physical Therapy Intern: Andrew Hackney

MEET THE PHYSICAL THERAPY INTERN: ANDREW HACKNEY Please welcome Andrey Hackney, SPT to the Rehab 2 Perform Community! Andrew is a 3rd year physical therapy student at the University of Dayton and will be spending 12 weeks with us as he prepared for graduation from physical therapy school in Spring of 2018. We are fortunate to have him with us and look forward to enriching his experience and expertise as a young physical therapist!

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Meet the Intern: Sam Shipley

MEET THE INTERN SAM! Please welcome Sam Shipley to the Rehab 2 Perform community! Sam is a recent graduate of Slippery Rock University and is taking care of some pre-requisite courses and hours necessary to apply to physical therapy or occupational therapy school. We hope that his experience at Rehab 2 Perform is positive and that he decides on physical therapy school! Question: Why did you decide to enter the Health and Wellness field?

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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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WHAT IS THE Y BALANCE TEST?

WHAT IS THE Y BALANCE TEST? The YBT is an extensively researched test that is proven to be reliable in assessing an athlete’s risk of injury and symmetry with functional movement patterns. The YBT can be utilized for measuring pre and post rehabilitation performance, improvement after performance enhancement programs, dynamic balance for fitness programs, and return to sport readiness.

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WHAT IS A MYOFASCIAL TRIGGER POINT?

WHAT IS A MYOFASCIAL TRIGGER POINT? “Myofascial” is a term regarding both muscle and fascia.  In between our muscles and our skin is a layer of connective tissue called fascia.  The skin, fascia and muscles typically all move well together and as an organized unit.  However, just like muscles, fascia can become tight and lose its mobility.  When this happens, it puts excessive strain on the muscles and surrounding tissue. A trigger point is a tight, painful, hypersensitive area in our muscles...

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