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R2P4 Coming Soon to Bethesda

Dr. Funk recently spoke with Bethesda Magazine about our upcoming 4th location in Bethesda! 

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Return to Play

Return to sport progressions are an important part of the rehab process in post-concussive syndrome. Before an athlete returns to sport, concussion-related signs and symptoms should be resolved.

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What is a Concussion

A concussion is defined as a traumatically induced transient disturbance of brain function that involves a complex pathophysiological process. Typically, concussions occur during a bump, blow or hit to the head that causes the head and brain to move rapidly back and forth.

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meet Lei, DPT Student

A third year DPT student from the University of Miami, Lei is working under the staff in Germantown.  After a career change and an amazing transformational journey, Lei wanted to be an expert in movement.  During his journey he found a love for working out, cycling and kettlebells! Lei currently holds the US record for snatches with a 28kg kettlebell with 142 continuous reps in 10 minutes! 

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Choose PT for Pain

4 Ways Physical Therapists Manage Pain Physical therapy is among the safe and effective alternatives to opioids recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the management of most non-cancer related pain. Whereas opioids only mask the sensation of pain, physical therapists treat pain through movement, hands-on care, exercise, and patient education. Here's how physical therapists manage pain:

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Imaging Can Improve Physical Therapy

Physical therapists are experts in the musculoskeletal system, and typically use patient history and a good physical exam to come to a diagnosis and treatment plan. However, PTs are increasingly using diagnostic imaging as they become the practitioner of choice for musculoskeletal injuries.

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Medical Proof Vacation Is Good for Your Heart

A person can reduce their metabolic symptoms—and therefore their risk of cardiovascular disease—simply by going on vacation.

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Age Well with PT

We can't stop time. But with the right type and amount of physical activity, we can help stave off many age-related health problems and live life to its fullest. Here are 9 things physical therapists want you to know to age well.

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Mark, DPT Student Nazareth

Mark, a third year DPT student from Nazareth is currently working with Dr. Ashley Young at our Frederick facility. Early on he knew he wanted to explore the medical field and experience his own rehab experience as a multisport athlete growing up. Mark's interest in strength and conditioning peaked in college as he went on to get his degree in Health Sciences.  Mark plans to incorporate and mesh physical therapy with his sports performance background to continue on a path to best serve the...

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Take a Warm Bath 1-2 hours Before Bedtime to Get Better Sleep

Systematic review protocols — a method used to search for and analyze relevant data — allowed researchers to analyze thousands of studies linking water-based passive body heating, or bathing and showering with warm/hot water, with improved sleep quality.

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