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Look Ma! No Hands.

This anxiety-inducing fitness test purports to tell you how long you’ll live. We investigated.

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Q & A with Dr. Funk on the Future of R2P

A recent sit down with Owner Dr. Josh Funk on the future of Rehab 2 Perform and the recent annoucement of the third location coming soon to Mt. Airy!

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It's All about the Funk Doctor (Podcast)

Dr. Funk recently joined Dr. Dy'Mire Jones, PT, DPT, CF-L1 on the High Impact Health Podcast. A podcast meant for fitness athletes, coaches, clinicians, and students that want dive deep into the world of fitness, health, and wellness.

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Youth Athletes & Concussions

New research brings good news to the 1.1 million to 1.9 million American kids who suffer sport-related concussions each year. The typical medical recommendations – absence from school, long days in dark rooms with no phone or electronics, and most importantly, strict avoidance of physical activity – might soon go the way of “Take two aspirin and call me in the morning.”

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Dr. Boyd, New Director of Education

We are excited to announce Dr. Jarred Boyd will have an expanded role as Director of Education at Rehab 2 Perform. This position was created to help facilitate the continued growth of our clinicians and company in the ever-changing world of Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation.  With many touchpoints inside and outside the clinic, Dr. Boyd will oversee our student intern program, lead our staff development with in-services, literature reviews and guidance on continuing education, as well...

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Powerful Tactics by Mentally Strong People

While one toxic person may use manipulation and lies, another may resort to intimidation and incivility. And if you're not careful, people like that can take a serious toll on your well-being.

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The No. 1 Thing You Can Do to Improve Your Physical Therapy Experience

Dealing with the pain and limited mobility associated with an injury or illness can be stressful for so many reasons. You might have questions like, “How long will I be sidelined?” and “What do I need to do to get better?” Or maybe you’re worried about how you’ll pick your children up from school, walk to the train for your commute or prepare meals for your family. 

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Is Icing Injuries Still the Way to go?

Today, ice packs have become as ubiquitous as aspirin — they’re a fixture in every athletic training facility and sold in drugstores throughout the country. Cold baths and ice tubs have also become one of sport’s most popular recovery aids. Nearly every high school, college and pro trainer’s room has at least one ice tub, and over the last 10 or 15 years they’ve become an essential post-workout or injury ritual for athletes in every sport. Yet science now shows that icing is often the wrong...

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Jocelyn Harte, DPT Student

Now in her fourth and final clinical rotation, Jocelyn is working with Dr. Anthony Iannarino and the Germantown staff.  Earning her degree in Exercise and Movement Science from the University of Vermont, she continued on to their DPT program.  During her time she has interned with the UVM Strength and Conditioning team and the Spaulding Rehabilitation Adaptive Sport Program in Boston. 

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Balance Doesn’t Have to Slip Away

Original Article - You wobble slightly stepping off a curb, then down you go. In the second or two before you hit the pavement, you wonder what happened to that great sense of balance you used to have. Balance doesn’t stay steady throughout life. Like muscles and bones, steadiness can deteriorate if not maintained. And balance training just isn’t part of most workouts.

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