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Welcome Eric C.

As early as I can remember, I have always been captivated by the incredible resiliency of the human body. I knew I wanted to enter the healthcare profession and the realm of human performance, but struggled with a decision on how I fit the picture. 

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R2P Father's Day Contest

  Dad’s are down, and Ready 2 Perform Now! AND need to Recover too. For this Father’s Day we are thrilled to offer our new Recovery Services.   The contest winner will be on the road to recovery with one (1) month of our Unlimited Recovery Services Package, and a R2P Swag Pack.

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Navigating Imposter Syndrome

"You don't know what you don't know" This is something we have all undoubtedly seen or experienced ourselves. Witnessing the look of terror unfold in a student's eyes as they are asked a question or faced with a situation with which they do not know how to respond. A deer in headlights, frozen in time and unsure of what move to make next.

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Mirror Mask Policy

As of July 1st, 2021, Rehab 2 Perform will be implementing a "Mirror Policy". This is what the "Mirror Policy" means:  If you walk in with a Mask On, the PT that is working with you will be masked for your session.  If you walk in without a Mask On, the PT will mask at their discretion. 

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Welcome Dr. Sarah Onderko, DPT, CSCS

Welcome Dr. Sarah Onderko to our team in Frederick! "I am excited to begin my career at R2P working with active individuals because I have always pictured myself working with athletes of any kind. I am specifically interested in working with recreational weightlifters and individuals with low back pain."

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Meet Kelly, DPT Student - Emory & Henry

Why did you decide to enter the field of Physical Therapy?

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Meet Ebun, DPT Student - Howard Univ.

Why did you decide to enter the field of Physical Therapy?

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How to Establish an Agile Plan

Working with humans is complex and with this are best plans often turn to dust. Rigid plans and programs are handcuffs. Rather than working off a playbook or protocol we must be agile. Shorter iterative plans allow us to make decisions based on the most recent data. They allow us to course correct in real time. Know where you are heading and establish checkpoints to make sure you are going in the right direction. But allow flexibility in how you get there. This is coaching. This is patient...

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Meet Evann, DPT Student - UMES

Why did you decide to enter the field of Physical Therapy?

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Meet Jill, DPT Student, Temple

Why did you decide to enter the field of Physical Therapy?

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