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R2P #57 on INC Magazine DC List

Inc. magazine today revealed that Rehab 2 Perform is No. 57 on its inaugural Inc. 5000 Series: D.C. Metro list, the most prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in D.C., Maryland, Virginia, and Delaware. Born of the annual Inc. 5000 franchise, this regional list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the D.C. Metro economy’s most dynamic segment—its independent small businesses.

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The Science Behind Pain

Please find below some facts, information, and articles regarding the Science Behind Pain: Nociceptors (nerves) relay information regarding specific stimuli back to the spinal cord and brain including:

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Sleep Tips With Concussion

A huge part of managing sleep involves working on developing a consistent sleep schedule (i.e. sleeping and waking around the same time each day).  If you have trouble falling asleep at night, then getting in the routine of doing something relaxing before bed can help (e.g. reading or listening to an audiobook or podcast or soothing music, taking a warm bath, meditating or deep breathing, knitting, doing puzzles, etc.). 

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Activites for Concussion

When healing from a concussion there are times where you aren't feeling well enough to be out and about, but not poorly enough to be fully resting. Here are a few low key activities you can consider...

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meet Jared, DPT Student from LVC

Meet Jared, a 3rd year student from Lebanon Valley College working with Dr. Iannarino in Bethesda. Our first DPT Student at R2P4!  A baseball player at heart, he played at LVC while earning his B.S. in Health Sciences.  My goal is to utilize my education and knowledge of exercise principles to help athletes perform to their fullest potentials. I want to use my skills to give people the tools they need to be the fittest and healthiest versions of themselves.

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Get Your Z's

It is time to focus on getting a better night of rest! Numerous studies have shown a correlation in quality of sleep to alertness and performance, and that a good night’s sleep may reduce the risk of illness and injury.

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meet Howard, DPT Student

I fell in love with the profession as I did more research into what physical therapy entails and how vast and fulfilling this career can be. Dealing with injuries of my own, it allows me to empathize with those who are doing the same and helping them get through these obstacles to get their life back is very empowering for me, as well as the patients. 

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Start Your Year With an Annual Movement Screen

Your car needs regular maintenance, so you probably have a mechanic. You get an annual physical from your family physician. What about your physical therapist?

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Welcome Michelle Landis!

I decided to pursue a career in physical therapy as it allows me the necessary time with patients to give compassionate and quality care while also combining my two passions: sports and science.  Besides being a physical therapist, I am a college Ultimate Frisbee Coach, athlete, and life-long learner.

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Direct Access to PT and Low Back Pain

Direct Access and Low Back Pain. Do you know what Direct Access is?. Many of our clients utilize it regularly. Have you had or know someone who has had Low Back Pain?

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