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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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Get PT First For Back Pain

Chances are, you or someone you know has had back pain. Each year 15% of the population has their first episode of back pain, and over the course of our lives, 80% of us will have back pain. Even though back pain is common, the medical community does a poor job managing it. Stories of chronic pain, opioid use, multiple surgeries, and a lifetime of disability are far too common.  Let’s look at some of the common treatments for low back pain and see how they stack up against physical therapy:

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Stephanie, DPT Student

Meet Stephanie! A third year Doctorate of Physical Therapy student at Shenandoah University.  She attended James Madison for undergrad earning her degree in Kinesiology with a minor in coaching. During her time at JMU she played soccer for the Dukes.  She is very passionate about educating and helping others live a healthier and more active lifestyle and is particularly interested in ACL injury prevention programs as well as running mechanics and gait analysis.  

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Rehab 2 Perform is excited to announce that we have been honored on the list of highest rated companies in Maryland by Top Rated Local®, a 5 pillar experience based rating system that analyzes ratings and reviews from hundreds of verified review sites online and then ranks businesses based on their overall Rating Score™.

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Kortney Dwyer, PTA Student

Meet Kortney! A former D1 athlete (lacrosse), crossfit athlete and coach with a strong passionate about physical fitness and human performance. She has been fortunate enough to see and experience first hand the positive impact human movement can have on the lives of individuals. Kortney holds a great respect for the body’s unique ability to heal itself through movement and understand the implications pain can have on the human psyche.

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Prehab Before Surgery

Prehabilitation is the process of enhancing the functional ability of a patient before he or she undergoes a stress event, like a major surgery.

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