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Sleep - 'The Magic Pill' for Athletic Performance

“There’s a 100 percent correlation in quality of sleep to performance on the field,” says Steve Smith, senior director of health, wellness and performance for Washington’s professional basketball team, the Wizards. “Acutely and chronically, sleep impacts reaction time, alertness and the ability to play to talent level.” Studies have shown that getting a good night’s sleep may help reduce the risk of injury and illness in athletes.

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Peter Yu, DPT Student Med. Univ. South Carolina

I am currently in my 3rd and final year in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at the Medical University of South Carolina. Growing up as an athlete and someone who values an active and healthy lifestyle, I’ve always had a tremendous interest in optimizing human body performance and knew I would eventually want to pursue a career geared towards helping others in the medical field. I am definitely excited about the turf field, power racks, and barbells in the clinic to say the least!

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Set Goals As You Enter PT

When you kick off a new project at work, chances are you spend a fair amount of time setting and reviewing goals. These goals help you—and those you’ll be working with—get a clear sense of what you’re looking to achieve and begin to map out a plan of attack. These same principles apply when going to physical therapy for an injury.

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Samantha, DPT Student, UM Baltimore

A native of Maryland, Samantha joins us as a third year DPT Student from the University of Maryland, Baltimore working with Dr. Jamie Wood in Frederick.  Samantha earned her B.S. in Athletic Training from Towson University where she assisted with a number of the different sports teams.  With a background in athletic training, she hopes to eventually work alongside athletic trainers to provide the best possible care to all athletes and keep them performing at their best possible level, while...

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Angel Ceballos, DPT Student, Miami

Meet Angel! A native of Florida, he attended the University of Florida earning his undergrad degree in health education and behavior before jumping to THE U to pursue his Doctorate of Physical Therapy.  Angel is currently working with Dr. Fatzinger in Germantown! I believe that the way Rehab 2 Perform approaches rehab is unique. There’s a big emphasis on return to sport, and bridging the gap between rehab and performance, which has always been an interest of mine.

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Justin Avila, PT Student

A third year student in the Physical Therapy program at Belmont University in Nashville, Justin is at our Frederick location under the direction of Dr. Baker. With over ten years in the Navy as a Special Warfare Boat Operator, Justin experience some major injuries that lead to a medical retirement. With the outstanding care by rehab professionals in the service, Justin decided to enroll in PT school to eventually give back to active duty personnel and provide the compassion and knowledge he...

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Cam MacDonald, DPT Student

Meet Cam MacDonald who is in his third year of the University of Rhode Island’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy program!

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Stay True to Your New Years Resolution

Turning the page on the new year is a chance to wipe the slate clean—and to be better versions of ourselves. And when it comes to what we want to improve, goals that fall in the health and wellness arena top all other New Year’s resolutions.

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Entrepreneur Magazine 360 List

R2P named one of the ‘Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America’ by Entrepreneur Magazine’s Entrepreneur 360 List

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Rehab 2 Perform Makes Major Leadership Impact In MD

Most recently, Rehab2Perform, a unique Maryland-based Physical Therapy company with locations in Frederick & Germantown (and more coming soon), owned by Dr. Josh Funk, reached out wanting to impact Maryland high schools and provide the Lead ‘Em Up program to 9-high schools in Montgomery & Frederick County.

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