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PT To Improve Your Golf Game

As physical therapists, one of the more common places we see people skipping warm ups or doing them improperly is at the golf course. For many golfers, the warm up is carrying the golf bag from the trunk of the car to the cart. For others hitting a bucket of balls at the driving range or taking some practice swings is a warm up.  

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Meet Dr. Greg Ellis!

Welcome Dr. Greg Ellis to R2P3! A native of Mobile, Alabama (Roll Tide!), Greg earned his degree in Biological Sciences from 'Bama before pursuing his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from University of Maryland, Baltimore.  With a special interest in Orthopedics and Sports Rehab, he is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with experience with running and  gait analysis with long distance runners. 

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Top Rated PT in Maryland

When you need physical therapy in Frederick, you need Rehab 2 Perform. Rehab 2 Perform of Frederick has received more than 175 reviews with an average rating of 5.00 stars, earning them a tremendous Rating Score™ of 97.00 and a 2019 Top Rated Local award for ranking among the top 10 physical therapists in all of Maryland!  We wanted to learn all about Rehab 2 Perform of Frederick and its impressive online reputation, so we took a few minutes to talk with Marketing/Operations Manager, Matt...

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Welcome Dr. Kelly Yates!

Please welcome Dr. Kelly Yates to Team Frederick!  A native of Westminster, Kelly grew up riding horses and has found her love for weight lifting and fitness.  Earning her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine she has been practicing since 2015 with a strong background in Manual Therapy and Dry Needling.  We are thrilled to have her passion and expertise  'The skill level of my patient’s sport or hobby does not matter to me, but rather the determination to conquer...

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PT To Help Prevent Surgery

Recent research is showing that surgery might not be needed as often as we think. A large review estimates that 10% to 20% of surgeries might be unnecessary and that in some specialties such as cardiology and orthopedics, that number might be higher. The reasons for so many unneeded surgeries being performed are varied, but the most common are that more conservative options aren't tried first, or lack of knowledge by the operating physician. 

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Meet Thomas, DPT Student

A local product of Laurel, Maryland, Thomas is in his final year of PT school at Touro College in Long Island. He attended St. Mary's College in Southern Maryland where he played lacrosse while earning his B.S. in Psychology. Thomas enjoys working with and educating people who are no longer able to perform their recreational activities and guiding them to returning to activity. In the future he would like to develop expertise in manual therapy skills and techniques to optimize function and...

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WebPT Member Highlight

What makes your practice unique? For WebPT Member Josh Funk, Founder and CEO of Rehab 2 Perform, it’s his practice’s level of community outreach. Check out the Q&A of the WebPT Member Highlight series!

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Meet Dr. Paula McCorkle!

Please welcome Dr. Paula McCorkle to the R2P Team! Paula joins our staff in Germantown, recently graduating from the University of Pittsburgh with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy.  Hailing from the Steel City, she played volleyball, basketball and softball growing up and continued to play volleyball in undergrad at Alleghany College.  She is passionate about working with athletes of all ages reduce their risk of further re-injury and help them return back to their activities stronger and more...

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Meet Ashley, DPT Student

Meet Ashley! A third year student from Shenandoah University, she is working with Dr. Jarred Boyd in our Frederick office through July 4th. She is in the process of earning a dual degree as a Doctorate in Physical Therapy and her Masters in Athletic Training! She is excited to be abe to provide care from the field to the treatment room or clinic.  Ashley knows improving performance is more than just from a physical aspect but takes into consideration the mental, emotional and nutritional side. ...

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R2P Now Open in Mt. Airy!

Whatever brings a person to Rehab2Perform, whether it’s an injury or a performance goal such as improved agility or balance, they’re likely to find unparalleled expertise and a community atmosphere that’s been carefully cultivated for years.

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