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Fear Avoidance

Stuck in a Fear Avoidance Trap? How to Break Free When you suffer an injury or deal with chronic pain, it’s easy to wish that pain weren’t part of your life. There’s no doubt about it: pain is unpleasant, but it’s also a necessary component of keeping us safe from harm.

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Walk 2 Run Program

Ideal for brand-new runners, or those returning to the sport from injury or a long layoff, a run/walk program guides the athlete to a safe transition from non-running to running, or allows him or her to return to running successfully. 

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meet Morgan, DPT Student, UMB

When it comes to being a future physical therapist, I think my specialty/niche would be working with adolescent soccer players to promote preventative and rehabilitation strategies that would set them up for success on and off the field.

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Move More

Most Americans do not move enough. The good news is that regular physical activity is one of the easiest ways to reduce your risk of chronic disease and to improve your quality of life.

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Meet Kira, DPT Student, Univ. Vermont

I enjoy how PT's help people heal from injuries via the intervention, correction and education of proper biomechanics.  I inherently believe exercise is medicine and am passionate about sharing this with other people! 

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Hip Mobility

Your hips are the center of movement for your body, so the healthier and less restricted your hips become, the more potential your body has for strength, power, and athleticism.

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New ACL Risk Reduction Guide

Over the past decade, ACL injuries have quickly become an epidemic in the sporting world. With over 150,000 ACL injuries on a yearly basis, a significant amount of attention in the sports medicine realm has been devoted to the reduction and rehabilitation of this life-altering injury.

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Meet Brittany, DPT Student, Miami

"From my personal experiences and now as a PT student, I have only been reassured that this is what I want to do for the rest of my life, devoting time to others and their overall health."

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Growing as Leaders, Class of 2021

We thrilled for these members of our staff to continue their personal and professional development as they have been selected to their  'Leadership' Groups within their respected Counties. 

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Physical Therapy for a Sprained Ankle

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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