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R2P Opens 2nd MoCo Location (The MoCo Show)

Rehab2Perform is opening it’s fourth location and second in MoCo. The newest location will be at 6710A Rockledge Drive in Bethesda, joining the existing Germantown, Mount Airy, and Frederick location.   They will be The MoCoShow’s official Physical Therapy & Performance center and with good reason!

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The Right Mindset

Once you have set your standards with such factors as sleep, nutrition and physical activity it comes down to creating a plan and having the mindset to make it a habit.

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Proper Nutrition

Eating habits provide a foundation for eliminating pain, decreasing chronic inflammation, achieving optimal weight and improving your performance. Food is the medicine that can make it all happen! 

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Meet Justin!

"I am excited to work with athletes and active individuals to get back to the activities or occupations that they love. I truly love progressing my patients and clients through the progression from table to turf."

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Ready 2 Perform Shirt

New Ready 2 Perform Shirts. $5 This Week In Office!

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VA Community Care

We are excited to announce Rehab 2 Perform is now a VA Community Care provider and we are able to treat our Veterans! The VA provides this program to make sure Veterans who have served our country and their families get the timely, high-quality health care they need.

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Meet Parth, DPT Student

My physicality has long served me as a source of connection to the world around me, and as a path to ground myself in the present. My interest in physical therapy has stemmed from my desire to help others to reconnect with and reclaim their own physicality.

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Venture Takers

Check out the latest Video Podcast with Dr. Funk on Venture Takers! This podcast is dedicated to the business owners and entrepreneurs in and around the Frederick area.

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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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