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New Physical Therapist, Dr. Derek Garza

Derek was raised in Salinas, California, or more recognizably, in the Monterey Bay area. Athletics had always been a part of his upbringing, and as he began to focus on basketball and track & field in high school, he found physical therapy after experiencing sports related injuries. Following high school he went on to attend Fresno…

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FOOSH Injuries in Soccer

FOOSH Injuries | Dr. Corrie reviews as Dr. Dani demonstrates helpful shoulder training exercises for goalkeepers and explains strength training when handling falling on an outstretched arm (FOOSH). Learning About FOOSH FOOSH stands for “falling on an outstretched hand.” Essentially, they are the injuries that occur when we try to break a fall. They are…

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Meet New Physical Therapist Dr. Marcus Taylor

Marcus grew up in Newport News, Virginia where he played basketball and football. Around 7th grade, he decided to focus solely on basketball when he started playing more competitively in AAU and high school levels. He attended Norfolk State University, which is a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) in Norfolk, Virginia. While at Norfolk…

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INC. 5000 Fastest Growing Company

For the 3rd Time, Rehab 2 Perform Appears on the Inc. 5000, Ranking No. 2676 With Three-Year Revenue Growth of 212%   Inc. revealed that Rehab 2 Perform is No. 2676 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in America. The list represents a one-of-a-kind look at…

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When 2 Exercise Postpartum

When is an exercise too much in the postpartum phase? Have you been told you can return to exercise 6 weeks postpartum with no further guidance than this?! What the heck does it mean to listen to my body? When should I stop an exercise? Here are 4 symptoms to look for when exercising that…

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Rehab 2 Perform : Sponsor Spotlight

Recently, we stopped by Columbia’s Rehab 2 Perform location to meet with CEO Dr. Josh Funk and learn more about the business, a sponsor of the Downtown Columbia Partnership. Wow, were we impressed. There was an energy and spirit to the place that was contagious. Watching the staff work with clients the morning we were there, we…

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Core Muscles during Pregnancy Physical Therapy

Your core is more than just your abdominal muscles! Your deep core muscles are more than just your abs. It consists of your diaphragm, an abdominal muscle called your transverse abdominis, the pelvic floor muscles, and a muscle in your low back called the multifidus. These muscles work in harmony to provide stability through your…

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Pregnancy Fitness, Postpartum Physical Therapy

Postpartum Physical Therapy Expectations

Early Phases Postpartum During the early phases of the postpartum period it is important to retrain the proper function of the deep core region (your diaphragm, abdominal muscles, pelvic floor muscles, and back muscles). With Postpartum Physical Therapy, this involves breathing exercises, feedback to ensure proper abdominal muscle and pelvic floor activation, and exercises to…

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Ankle Sprains in Soccer

Dr. Stephanie Nichols breaks down what to do when you suffer an ankle sprain, when to know if its serious, and how to rehab it properly. Ankle sprains are one of the most common injuries in soccer. They can side-line any player from training and competing and are difficult to prevent from coming back. Lateral…

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Meet our New PT – Dr. Grant

Why did you want to become involved in physical therapy? My passion for physical therapy began as it does for most PT’s… by getting hurt myself. Throughout my high school and college athletic career, I continually found myself needing rehab for a multitude of different injuries. These experiences paired with a natural interest in athletic…

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