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This Month in PT News. Featuring articles from PTandMe partnering clinics!

1. Age Appropriate Strength & Performance Training
Written by Joe Chiaramonte AT, ATC, CSCS at The Center for Physical Rehabilitation and Therapy – Grand Rapids, MI

In recent years there has been much discussion on training for our adolescent athletes and what is appropriate, whether it be how much, how soon, how specialized? Read more

2. Breast Cancer Rehabilitation
Written by the Therapy Team at the Jackson Clinics- Northern Virginia

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. Physical Therapy is an integral part of breast cancer rehabilitation. Read more

3. Show Hope Video Shares Impact of STAR Physical Therapy
Written by the Therapy Team at STAR Physical Therapy – Tennessee

STAR Physical Therapy’s mission, To Serve, knows no boundaries. Read more

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2017 Solar Eclipse Celebration

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The 2017 Solar Eclipse is Monday August 21st, so be sure to view this once in a lifetime event by visiting one of our many PT & Me physical therapy clinics. Some of our PT & Me clinics (in or nearest to the solar eclipse path) will be hosting viewings during this time and distributing solar eclipse viewing glasses. Find out if physical therapy can help you and join in on the solar eclipse fun! Be sure to check with your local PT & Me provider (based on the total eclipse path) by viewing the map shown below.

For more information on physical therapy clinics near the solar eclipse path or near you click here.

For NASA information on the 2017 Solar Eclipse click here.

Isokinetic Devices

Isokinetic Devices for the 21st Century Therapist

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Isokinetic Devices

Isokinetic devices have had their time in the spotlight of the rehab world. Like an actor past his prime, these monstrous machines mostly sit in dark lonely corners collecting dust. Some get used regularly but only as a place for sitting and storing odds and ends. However, companies such as CSMi (Computer Sports Medicine Inc.) among others have revived this once proud and prominent piece of equipment and have applied modern technology and rehab principles to bring about a new golden age of isokinetic devices and rehab.

Historically, isokinetics was introduced in the late 1970s and hit it’s stride in the 1980s through the 90s. Various protocols were created in this time and have been researched extensively creating the body of knowledge we now have. Unfortunately, isokinetics lost favor as healthcare laws changed and the industry started the search for more low-cost treatment regimens.

ISOKINETIC DEVICES TESTING
There are now fewer therapists who know how to use the equipment and most that do are unaware of the improvements that have been made over the last twenty years. Historically, joints are measured at two or three varying speeds but only in the concentric mode of contraction. While this is still the gold standard of testing, it fails to assess the all important eccentric mode of contraction. Recently, CSMi introduced the interrupted stoke test on their machine, the Humac Norm, which allows the therapist to separate concentric and eccentric modes. Our muscles function as eccentric controllers of motion and the ability to test this provides us with a better view into the muscle’s strength and function.

There are other testing modes available as not all patients are appropriate for isokinetic testing. Isometric testing is something all therapists use daily in the form of manual muscle testing(MMT). However, this is not a precise measurement and can vary between therapists. Testing a patient isometrically on a machine is a safe, effective and precise test for your older, untrained and post-surgical patients. It provides an exact amount of torque as compared to the MMT 5-point system. Additionally, proprioception can be assessed for either velocity or joint position matching.

TREATMENT
In addition to testing, isokinetic devices offer various treatment modes are where these machines show their true capability. Continuous Passive Motion can be utilized for regaining range of motion, reducing swelling and pain, reducing apprehension and muscle guarding and regaining musculotendonous mobility.

Active Assisted Programs can be utilized to regain end-range motion and multi-angle isometrics can be utilized to increase joint stability and neuromuscular control within the entire available range of motion. Also, proprioception training can be utilized to enhance positional and motion control.

Strength training with eccentric loading allows for targeted strengthening by isolating the eccentric beginning in slower speeds and progressing into deceleration training to mimic plyometric loading.

Isotonic strengthening programs are available for various purposes. One is power training which is utilized to increase concentric explosiveness. Another is used to prepare patients for an independent gym program. Finally, dynamic isotonic control training includes the ability to load the concentric and eccentric motions at different torques and utilizes games and other programs as visual feedback to the patient.

ARGUMENTS AGAINST ISOKINETICS
One argument against isokinetics concerns patellofemoral, post-op ACL and knee osteoarthritis patients. Open chain knee extension has been labeled public enemy number one for these patients and while this has been examined extensively, steps such as limiting the range of motion, using anti-shear devices and techniques, altering patient positioning and matching the appropriate treatments to the patient reduces shearing and compression, improves safety and ultimately debunks this myth.

Now, I know that critics of isokinetics will also argue that isolating muscles is not functional. That would be true if a therapist utilized these machines as the sole treatment. But by incorporating it into an eclectic approach, patient outcomes are maximized. Your lower extremity patients will still perform scapular and thoracic control exercises and you will still strengthen the core. Soft tissue work and joint mobilization will still be needed and functional training must still occur. However, if one link in the chain is weak, the entire chain will fail. Utilizing these machines throughout the course of rehab to find and isolate those weak links is what will take your patient’s recovery of function to the next level. This is true for all of your extremity patients, nit just knees. Remember, a functional movement cannot occur with a dysfunctional or unbalanced segment.

This information was written by Daniel Bodkin, PT, DPT, ATC – STAR Physical Therapy, Columbia (North), Tennessee
Established in 1997 with one clinic and one mission – to serve. Today, STAR Physical Therapy has grown to offer that direct service in more than 60 clinics, and while they’ve grown, one thing that has not changed is their commitment to you, their communities, and their employees. Their foundational mission is “To Serve.” Their commitment to the patient and physician is to provide clinicians that are “great mechanics of the human body™.” For more information click here.

Total Knee Replacement Prehab: Move to Improve Your Outcomes

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Many people with arthritis favor their joints over time in an effort to relieve pain and thus become weaker in their leg muscles or lose range of motion. However, the better shape you are in before surgery the better your results will be after surgery so it is important to strengthen your leg muscles and work on your range of motion. Before surgery your physical therapist will teach you appropriate exercises to help improve strength, range of motion, and balance. They will also teach you how to walk with an appropriate assistive device such as a walker or cane in the immediate post operative recovery period. Finally, they will discuss precautions and advise you in a few short term home adaptations such as removing loose rugs to help make your recovery easier and safer.

Prehab Goals
• Develop an exercise program with your PT to help you
• Improve strength
• Improve range of motion
• Improve balance
• Gait training — Review walking with an appropriate assistive device such as a walker or cane in the immediate post operative recovery period
• Discuss precautions and review a few short term home adaptations that can help make your recovery easier and safer

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Pre Surgery Exercise Plan
Make every effort to begin these exercises as early as possible before your surgery. Only do what you are able to do without increasing your pain. It is important for you not to exacerbate your pain prior to surgery. Ice packs for 15 minutes following your exercises may be helpful to reduce any soreness in your knee.

This information was written by STAR Physical Therapy, an outpatient physical therapy group with 60 locations in Tennessee, offering more than 15 comprehensive specialty services. STAR Physical Therapy was established in 1997 with one clinic and one mission – to serve. Today, they’ve grown to offer that direct service in more than 60 clinics. While they’ve grown, one thing that has not changed is their commitment to you, their communities, and their employees. For more information click here.

More about knee replacements and physical therapy can be found here:

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December 2016 Events

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Check out our Physical Therapy Monthly Events Calendar! Focusing on events from PTandMe.com participating physical and occupational therapy clinics. Read more to find out what’s happening in your community in December 2016!

GEORGIA PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

ROME, GA
DATE: November 23rd – December 16th 2016
Advance Rehabilitation Canned Food Drive
CLINIC: Advance Rehabilitation – Rome
Help Feed the Hungry This Holiday Season.
Advance Rehabilitation is accepting food donations at all locations through December 16th
Pantry Program Needed Items are:
• Canned Vegetables (low sodium or no added salt)
• Canned Fruit (in its own juice or 100% juice)
• Canned Tomato Products (low sodium or no added salt)
• Canned Tuna/Chicken (low sodium)
• Boxed Potatoes
• Boxed/Bagged Stuffing
• Whole Grains
• Brown Rice

All South Georgia locations are accepting donations along with Columbus, GA.
For more information about Advance Rehabilitation, visit them online at http://www.advancerehab.com.

MICHIGAN PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

GRAND RAPIDS, MI
DATE: December 6th 2016, 5:30PM – 6:30PM
CPR Downtown Yoga Classes Begin!
CLINIC: The Center for Physical Rehabilitation – Downtown Grand Rapids
Join the Academy at CPR’s Downtown location for an “All Levels Yoga Class”. Whether you are new to the mat, or an experienced student, this class is designed for everyone to work at their own ability and comfort level. New students will be exposed to basic poses and body positioning, while more experienced student will be challenging their body through variations in poses they have mastered.
For more information about The Center for Physical Rehabilitation, visit them online at http://www.pt-cpr.com.

SALINE, MI
DATE: December 10th 2016, 10:00AM – 1:30PM
Saline Area Chamber of Commerce Treasure Trail to Santa
CLINIC: Physical Therapy In Motion – Saline
The event is the Saline Area Chamber of Commerce Treasure Trail to Santa at the Saline Shopping Center. Children will go on a treasure trail starting at Physical Therapy in Motion, stopping at all of the businesses for a treat, and end at Busch’s to see Santa. Carriage rides, photo booth, and a petting farm will be available. For more information about Physical Therapy In Motion, visit them online at http://www.physicaltherapyinmotion.com/.

NEW JERSEY PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

NEW MILFORD, NJ
DATE: November 23rd – December 23rd 2016
Spread the Warmth Blanket & Jacket Drive
CLINIC: Madison Spine & Physical Therapy – New Milford
Please support the Madison Spine & Physical Therapy charity campaign by donating today! On December 23rd They will drive into NYC with the Donations & Hand Them Out to Those Who Could Use a Little Warmth!
Items needed are:
• JACKETS
• BLANKETS
• BOOTS
• GLOVES
• HATS
• SCARVES
YOU DONATE, MADISON SPINE DELIVERS! Let’s all come together and make a difference! All locations are accepting donations now. For more information about Madison Spine & Physical Therapy, visit them online at http://madisonspinept.com/physicaltherapy.

TENNESSEE PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

PULASKI, TN
DATE: December 8th 2016, 11:30AM – 1:00PM
Sudden Violence: Surviving an Active Shooter
CLINIC: STAR Physical Therapy, LP – Pulaski
Giles County Workforce Employer Outreach Committee invites you to join us for an informative lunch and learn. Lunch Provided by STAR Physical Therapy.
Speaker: Barry Crotzer, Agent – TN Homeland Security
Located at: First National Bank Building, 206 South 1st Street, Pulaski, TN
Please RSVP by Tuesday, December 6th online: https://goo.gl/forms/0ckSzRdplrMv89m13
We look forward to seeing you there!
For more information about STAR Physical Therapy, LP, visit them online at http://www.starpt.com.

MURFREESBORO, TN
DATE: December 14th 2016, 12:00PM – 1:30PM
Sudden Violence: Surviving an Active Shooter
CLINIC: STAR Physical Therapy, LP – Murfreesboro
The WEOC is an ongoing effort by the TN Department of Labor & Workforce Development to reach out to Tennessee employers and provide valuable information to foster economic development and to promote our services. Lunch Sponsored by STAR Physical Therapy.
Speaker: Barry Crotzer, Agent – TN Homeland Security
Located at: Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce, 3050 Medical Center Parkway, Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37129.
Please RSVP by Tuesday, December 12th online: https://goo.gl/forms/qWqCr8LJoPdSk6Ex1
We look forward to seeing you there!
For more information about STAR Physical Therapy, LP, visit them online at http://www.starpt.com.

October 2016 Events

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Check out our Physical Therapy Monthly Events Calendar! Focusing on events from PTandMe.com participating physical and occupational therapy clinics. Read more to find out what’s happening in your community in October 2016!

GEORGIA PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

FOLKSTON, GA
DATE: October 21st 2016, 5:00PM – 7:00PM
20 Year Anniversary Cookout
CLINIC: Advance Rehabilitation Physical Therapy – Folkston
Advance Rehab is celebrating its 20 year anniversary in Folkston, Georgia with a cookout and live music by local artist Justen Harden
For more information about Advance Rehabilitation Physical Therapy, visit them online at http://www.advancerehab.com.

IDAHO PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

BOISE, ID
DATE: October 18th – 15th 2016
2016 NPI Annual Fall Conference
CLINIC: Intermountain Physical Therapy & Hand Rehabilitation – Boise
Intermountain will have a booth at this year’s event. Stop on by and see how physical therapy brings patients back to their full potential! For more information about Intermountain Physical Therapy & Hand Rehabilitation, visit them online at http://www.intermountainpt.com.

MICHIGAN PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

MONROE, MI
DATE: October 4th 2016, 3:00PM – 6:00PM
Monroe Open House
CLINIC: Advanced Physical Therapy – Monroe
Advanced Physical Therapy’s Monroe clinic is celebrating their relocation with an open house! Join us for snacks, drinks and check out the new digs. We’d love to have you as we get to know our new neighbors and friends! First 100 guests will receive a free gift. For more information about Advanced Physical Therapy, visit them online at http://advphysicaltherapy.com.

NEW JERSEY PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

BORDENTOWN, NJ
DATE: October 17th 2016, 4:30PM – 8:00PM
Work Comp Seminar at Villa Mannino Restaurant
CLINIC: Hamilton Physical Therapy Services, L.P.
Attention all work comp case managers and adjusters! Join Hamilton Physical Therapy and Princeton Brain & Spine Care as they talk about the Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Concussions in the injured workers.

AGENDA:
4:30 pm – 5:30 pm — Registration & Vendor Exhibit
5:30 pm – 5:45 pm — Opening Remarks
5:45 pm – 7:30 pm — Clinical Presentation
7:30 pm – 8:00 pm — Q&A Session

For more information contact Jaime Caceres at Hamilton Physical Therapy Services in Hamilton, New Jersey at (609) 585-2333. Also, visit Hamilton Physical Therapy Services online at http://www.hamiltonphysicaltherapy.org.

TENNESSEE PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

NASHVILLE, TN
DATE: October 15th 2016, 8:00AM – 11:00PM
2016 – 2017 Heart Walk at Vanderbilt University Sport Field
CLINIC: STAR Physical Therapy
Help STAR Physical Therapy reach their goal to raise $5,000 for the American Heart Association. You can help us by donating to our team ($20 donations receive a custom t-shirt) or join the STAR Physical Therapy Heart Walk Team and join us at the event! For more information about STAR Physical Therapy, visit them online at http://www.starpt.com.

TEXAS PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

CLEVELAND, TX
DATE: October 15th 2016, 9:00AM
Walk with a Doc for Hardhats & Little Heads
CLINIC: Cleveland Physical & Occupational Therapy
Cleveland Physical & Occupational Therapy is participating in this year’s Walk With A Doc at the Cleveland High School Track! Bring your friends and family to enjoy a day of fun! Participants will walk on the track with national award winning doctor Dr. Sulaiman, explore vendor booths, receive health and community information as well as meet local fireman and police officers all while getting healthy! Special appearances by Reggie Airman Dixon, Maurice Termite Watkins, and Reggie Johnson. Children will be provided with free bikes, helmets, t-shirts, water bottles, goodie bags and more as part of the Hard Helmets for Little Heads initiative while supplies last. All materials will be distributed on a first come, first served basis. For more information, please contact Kimberly Hughes at (281) 592.2224 – ext. 206 or at khughes@hcset.com. You can also visit the official event website here: http://walkwithadoc.org/our-locations/cleveland-texas/. For more information about Cleveland Physical & Occupational Therapy, visit them online at http://www.clevelandpt.com.

WISCONSIN PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

JEFFERSON, WI
DATE: October 10th 2016, 5:30PM – 6:30PM
JUMP: Great Apple Crunch Fun Run
CLINIC: Sport & Spine Physical Therapy – Jefferson
Sport & Spine Physical Therapy in Jefferson, Wisconsin invites Jefferson community members of all ages to join us in our 4th annual one mile FUN RUN/WALK! Participation ribbons for all children
There will also be refreshments. In the event of inclement weather, it will be canceled with no make-up date. For more information contact Jo Christianson at christiansonj@tds.net.
Also, please visit Sport & Spine Physical Therapy online at http://sportandspineclinic.com.

MERRILL, WI
DATE: October 8th 2016, 8:00AM – 1:00PM
2016 Leaf Pile Run 6th Annual 5k Run/Walk & 1k Kids Run
CLINICS: Sport & Spine Physical Therapy & Merrill Physical Therapy
Please join Sport & Spine Physical Therapy, Merrill Physical Therapy and other WVAM members for a fun and festive fall run, to help support Wisconsin Valley Athletic Medicine by participating in the 2016 Leaf Pile Annual Event. All 5k and 1k participants receive a complimentary wristband for same day entry to Helene’s Hilltop Orchard to enjoy a hayride, corn maze, cow train, and the play area. Complimentary beverages from Red Eye Brewing Co. and root beer from Central Beer Distributors. Need more info? Contact Andy at Sport & Spine Clinic at adavis@usphclinic.com or call (715) 693-7727. For more information about Merrill Physical Therapy, visit them online at http://www.merrillpt.com.

September 2016 Events

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FLORIDA PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

JUPITER, FL
DATE: September 22nd 2016, 10:00AM – 3:00PM
Healthfair Event for G4S Employees
CLINIC: Comprehensive Hand and Physical Therapy – Jupiter
Comprehensive Hand and Physical Therapy will be participating in this year’s Healthfair for GS4 Employees. Stop by our booth and meet our talented therapists and ask us questions about any aches or pains that you may be experiencing. We can’t wait to see you there! For more information about Comprehensive Hand and Physical Therapy, visit them online at http://www.comprehensivehandandpt.com.

 

MARYLAND PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

OCEAN CITY, MD
DATE: September 18th – 21st 2016, 9:00AM – 12:00PM
MWCEA 2016 Workers’ Compensation Conference
CLINIC: Agape Physical Therapy
Agape Physical Therapy will be exhibiting at the MWCEA 2016 WC Conference. Make sure to stop by their booth to see what great services Agape Physical Therapy provides to local businesses and workers’ compensation professionals. For more information about Agape Physical Therapy, visit them online at http://www.agapept.com.

 

MICHIGAN PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

GRAND RAPIDS, MI
DATE: September 22nd 2016, 4:00PM – 8:00PM
CPR Downtown Open House During Artprize!
CLINIC: The Center for Physical Rehabilitation – Downtown Grand Rapids
The Center for Physical Rehabilitation’s Downtown Clinic is hosting an open house during Artprize! Join us for food and fun. Come see our newest location and meet our talented staff. We can’t wait to see you there! For more information about The Center for Physical Rehabilitation, visit them online at http://www.pt-cpr.com.

 

TENNESSEE PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

MANCHESTER, TN
DATE: September 3rd 2016, 8:00AM – 12:00PM
Manchester STAR Physical Therapy Triathlon
CLINIC: STAR Physical Therapy – Manchester
Join STAR Physical Therapy Manchester for their annual Manchester STAR Physical Therapy Triathlon. It includes a 200 Yard Swim, 14 Mile Bike and 5K Run

Packet pick up: Friday, September 2nd, 6:00AM – 7:30PM
Saturday, September 3rd, 6:00AM – 7:30AM
Pre race meeting: Saturday, September 3rd, 7:30AM

A portion of this years proceeds will be donated to Coffee County school back pack program for underprivileged children who are not getting adequate food after school. Tickets available at http://www.startriathlon.com. For more info about STAR Physical Therapy you can visit them online at http://www.starpt.com.

 

TEXAS PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

IRVING, TX
DATE: September 16th – 17th 2016, 6:00AM – 6:00PM
Irving Main Street Event
CLINIC: Green Oaks Physical Therapy
Celebrating Irving’s ‘Hometown’ Feel.
This annual street festival in the heart of the Irving Heritage District celebrates the hometown feel of Irving with attractions for all ages. Each year thousands of people attend this family affair, which offers live music, the Manifolds on Main Street Car Show, free rides and activities for children, great food and shopping. Green Oaks Physical Therapy will have a booth set up with info about all of our clinics and the services we provide. We will also have fun giveaways!
For more info about Green Oaks Lake Physical Therapy you can visit them online at http://www.greenoakspt.com.

 

VIRGINIA PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

CHRISTIANSBURG, VA
DATE: September 14th 2016, 12:00PM – 4:00PM
AARP – VCOM Health and Wellness Fair
CLINIC: University Physical Therapy – Christiansburg
University Physical Therapy will be exhibiting at the 2016 Health and Wellness Fair! Please stop by our clinic to see how physical therapy can make a difference in your life! For more info about University Physical Therapy you can visit them online at http://www.universityptonline.com.

August 2016 Events

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DELAWARE PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

MIDDLETOWN, DE
DATE: August 20th, 2016 8:00AM
Peach Festival 5K/Kiddie K
CLINIC: Premier Physical Therapy – Middletown
Premier Physical Therapy in Delaware is sponsoring the Peach Festival 5K/Kiddie K on August 20th at Silver Lake Park in Middletown, DE starting at 8:00AM! The Premier team can’t wait to see you there! For more information about Premier Physical Therapy, visit them online at www.premierptsp.com.

 

KANSAS PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

OVERLAND PARK, KS
DATE: August 2nd, 2016 5:30PM-7:30PM
Open House
CLINIC: Pinnacle Therapy Services – Overland Park
Join Pinnacle Therapy Services and Carondelet Orthopaedic! Mingle with other healthcare providers, enjoy appetizers, beverages and/or a zumba and core workout taught by our exceptional physical therapy team! For more information about Pinnacle Physical Therapy, visit them online at www.pinnacletherapyservices.com.

 

NEVADA PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

SPARKS, NV
DATE: August 12th, 2016 12:30PM-1:30PM
Workers’ Compensation Lunch & Learn – Symptom Magnification (FREE) – Worth 1 CEU
CLINIC: Custom Physical Therapy – Sparks
As clinicians we are aware of the influence that symptom magnification can have on the client’s perception of his or her job readiness. Therefore, in order to thoroughly assess an individual’s abilities in relation to the field of work, it is important to gather both objective and subjective findings during physical effort testing. Space is limited so please RSVP by Monday, August 8th, 2016 by phone: 775-331-1199 For more information about Custom Physical Therapy, visit them online at www.custom-pt.com.

 

OREGON PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

GLADSTONE, OR
DATE: August 6th 2016, 6:30AM
2016 Shoc Walk & Run Event
CLINIC: North Lake Physical Therapy
North Lake Physical Therapy is proud to be sponsoring the 2016 Shoc Walk & Run Event Details. They can’t wait to see everyone on race day! For more info about North Lake Physical Therapy you can visit them online at www.northlakept.com.

CANBY, OR
DATE: August 27th, 2016 9:00AM
6th Annual Canby Dahlia Run
CLINIC: North Lake Physical Therapy
North Lake Physical Therapy is a proud sponsor of the Canby Dahlia Run. They can’t wait to see you in the half marathon and the 10K! For more info about North Lake Physical Therapy you can visit them online at www.northlakept.com.

PORTLAND, OR
DATE: August 3rd, 2016 12:00PM – 1:00PM
Balance Screenings and Fall Prevention
CLINIC: North Lake Physical Therapy – Portland North Williams
Balance Screening + Fall Prevention – presented by Jean Villagrana-Gutierrez, DPT. Do you have a fear of falling? Have you experienced a recent fall? You are not alone! Join North Lake Physical Therapy to learn more about the risks associated with loss of balance and ways to prevent future falls. Appropriate for all ages. For more info about North Lake Physical Therapy you can visit them online at www.northlakept.com.

 

TENNESSEE PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

BOLIVAR, HENDERSON & SELMER, TN
DATE: Now through August 12th, 2016  6:30PM
Have a Heart Raffle to Support the American Heart Association
CLINIC: Star Physical Therapy – Bolivar, Henderson & Selmer
STAR Physical Therapy is raffling off a 50qt Bison Cooler as well as other great prizes in an effort to raise money for The American Heart Association.  The drawing will be on August 12th at the 10 Annual Football Jamboree! Raffle tickets are available at the Bolivar, Henderson and Selmer, TN locations, or at the Jamboree at the STAR Physiscal Therapy tent. The festivities will take place at the Chester County Eagle Football Stadium. For more information about STAR Physical Therapy visit them online at www.STARpt.com

HENDERSON, TN
DATE: August 12th, 2016  6:30PM
10th Annual Football Jamboree
CLINIC: Star Physical Therapy – Henderson
Join STAR Physical Therapy at the official start of the High School Football Season for the 2016-17 School Year! Tickets are available at all participating high schools or at STAR Physical Therapy – Henderson (361 East Main Street). The festivities will take place at the Chester County Eagle Football Stadium. For more information about STAR Physical Therapy visit them online at www.STARpt.com

NASHVILLE, TN
DATE: August 18th, 2016 4:00PM – 6:00PM
Scoliosis Workshop with Erin Myer – Cost is $55 per attendee.
CLINIC: Star Physical Therapy – East Nashville
STAR Physical Therapy – East Nashville is hosting a Scoliosis Workshop in the clinic. Whether you’re an instructor with scoliosis clients, a parent of a child with scoliosis or have scoliosis yourself, this unique two-hour, hands-on workshop is for you. Led by Spiral Spine founder, pilates instructor and and teacher trainer, GYROTONIC* instructor, long-time yoga and former Radio City Rockette Erin Myers, this workshop will teach you how to diagram a scoliotic body and assess pelvic and spinal alignment. For more information about this workshop, what to wear, bring etc. contact STAR Physical Therapy at (615) 277-3431.

PULASKI, TN
DATE: August 6th, 2016 8:00AM
STAR 2nd Annual Golf Scramble
CLINIC: Star Physical Therapy – Pulaski
STAR Physical Therapy – Pulaski is raising money for The American Heart Association through a fun golf tournament. The event will be held August 6th at the Hillcrest Country Club. For more information call STAR Physical Therapy at: (931) 292-6311.

 

TEXAS PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

GARLAND, TX
DATE: August 4th, 2016
New Clinic Opening
CLINIC: Achieve Physical Therapy & Performance – Garland
Achieve Physical Therapy & Performance is opening it’s second clinic – located in Garland, TX. Stop on by and see our staff and new location! We can’t meet the Garland Community. For more information about Achieve Physical Therapy & Performance visit them online at www.achieve-therapy.net.

HOUSTON, TX
DATE: August 5th, 2016 3:00PM – 6:00PM
Omega Power Ministries Health Fair
CLINIC: Action Physical Therapy – Houston
The purpose of the Health Fair is to increase health awareness through education and prevention. Action Physical Therapy will be participating – make sure to stop by their booth! For more information about Action Physical Therapy visit them online at
www.action-pt.net.

 

VIRGINIA PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

CLIFTON, VA
DATE: August 6th, 2016 9:00AM
NVSL All Star LRR Stingrays Swim Team
CLINIC: The Jackson Clinics
The Jackson Clinics are a proud sponsor of the LRR Stingrays and can’t wait to cheer them on at the NVSL All Star Event! For more information about The Jackson Clinics, visit them online at www.thejacksonclinics.com.

 

WISCONSIN PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

SAUK CITY, WI
DATE: August 1st, 2016 6:30PM
Injury Prevention for Fitness Seminar (FREE)
CLINIC: Sport & Spine Clinic – Sauk City
Join Sport & Spine at the Sauk City Public Library for a discussion about the tips and tools needed to help you along your path toward improved fitness and wellness. For more information about Sport & Spine Clinic, visit them online at www.sportandspineclinic.com.

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July 2016 Events

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Check out our Physical Therapy Monthly Events Calendar!  Focusing on events from PTandMe.com participating physical and occupational therapy clinics. Read more to find out what’s happening in your community in July 2016!

INDIANA PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

JEFFERSONVILLE, IN
DATE: July 15th, 2016 7:00AM – NOON
Steel Dynamics Health & Safety Fair
CLINIC: New Horizons Physical Therapy – Jeffersonville
New Horizons Physical Therapy will be participating in Steel Dynamics – Jeffersonville location’s Health and Safety Fair. The fair is open to Steel Dynamics employees and their families and they look forward to seeing you there! For more information about New Horizons Physical Therapy, visit them online at www.newhorizonsphysicaltherapy.com.

MICHIGAN PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

MONROE, MI
DATE: July 5th, 2016
Clinic Relocation
CLINIC: Advanced Physical Therapy – Monroe
Advanced Physical Therapy is the leading provider of physical therapy, spine care and sports medicine in Southeast, MI. They are proud to be part of the Monroe community, and are committed to helping you, their friends and neighbors, get through your pain and on with life. Visit them at their new location: Hampton Plaza 1291 N. Telegraph Rd., Monroe, MI 48162 www.advphysicaltherapy.com.

SOUTHGATE, MI
DATE: July 18th, 2016 7:30PM
Building Better Runners Series (FREE)
CLINIC: Advanced Physical Therapy – Southgate
Join Advanced Physical Therapy at their Southgate location for a FREE talk focused on the Runner’s Core Routine. Come and learn a step-wise approach to strengthening the lower extremity, specific for runners. This “learn by doing” presentation will build on our Glute Activation talk. Come dressed and ready to participate. Coaches are always welcome, as are your athletes. To sign up please call 734-284-6582 to reserve your spot. More info on Advanced PT at www.advphysicaltherapy.com.

TENNESSEE PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

PULASKI, TN
DATE: July 23rd, 2016
Registration Due for 2nd Annual Golf Scramble
CLINIC: STAR Physical Therapy – Pulaski
STAR Physical Therapy – Pulaski is raising money for The American Heart Association through a fun Golf Tournament. The event will be held August 6th but registration for teams is due on July 23rd. For more information or to register call STAR Physical Therapy at 931-292-6311. For more info about STAR Physical Therapy you can visit them online at www.starpt.com.

MT. JULIET, TN
DATE: July 21st 2016, 2:00PM – 3:00PM
Back Pain Talk
CLINIC: STAR Physical Therapy – Mt. Juliet
STAR Physical Therapy – Mt. Juliet South is hosting a FREE talk about back pain and how physical therapy can help at the Del Webb Country Club. Anyone in the Del Webb community is welcome to attend. A question and answer section will be held at the end. For more info about STAR Physical Therapy you can visit them online at www.starpt.com.

VIRGINIA PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

BLACKSBURG, VA
DATE: July 29th, 2016, 2:00PM
Dizziness/ Vestibular Rehabilitation Talk
CLINIC: University Physical Therapy – Blacksburg
Kelly Wilson, PT, DPT from University Physical Therapy – West Blacksburg is hosting a FREE talk at the Blacksburg Public Library to discuss dizziness, vertigo and vestibular issues and how physical therapy can help. For more information about University Physical Therapy visit them online at www.universityptonline.com.

BRAMBLETON, VA
DATE: July 2016
New Clinic Opening
CLINIC: The Jackson Clinics – Brambleton
The Jackson Clinics are happy the announce the opening of their newest location in Brambleton, VA – located at 42365 Soave Dr. Bramleton, VA 20148. For more information about the Jackson Clinics visit them online at www.thejacksonclinics.com.

WISCONSIN PHYSICAL THERAPY EVENTS

PLOVER, WI
DATE: July 18th, 2016
New Clinic Opening
CLINIC: Sport and Spine Physical Therapy – Plover
Sport and Spine Physical Therapy is proud the announce the opening of it’s newest location in Plover! Located at 1767 Park Avenue, Suite 200, Plover, Wisconsin. Caitlyn Barr, DPT, will be the physical therapist on site. For more information about Sport and Spine physical therapy visit them online at www.sportspinewi.com.

WAUSAU, WI
DATE: July 19th, 2016, 6:00PM – 8:00PM
WVAM Sports Physical Event
CLINIC: Sport and Spine Physical Therapy – Wausau
Sport and Spine Physical Therapy along with other members of the WVAM are providing physicals for athletic students at the Bone and Joint Clinic at 5200 Hummingbird Road. The Cost for a physical is $25. $20 from each physical will be donated back to the athlete’s athletic department. For more information about Sport and Spine physical therapy visit them online at www.sportspinewi.com.

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