Monthly Archives: August 2012

Muscle Energy and “Beyond” Technique

Pain is an entity that has meaning for all.  My own pain, which was disabling in its severity, was the driving force toward my rehabilitation and recovery process.  I studied and was treated with Muscle Energy Technique.  After two decades … Continue reading

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New Ideas In My Practice

There is a chance to maximize the performance outcomes with your patients that we are not taking advantage of. What if we create a mental video of their habitual movement patterns with each and every patient? The habits are automatic … Continue reading

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Breaking Down the Silos of Care

While the historic models of orthopedic practice, neuro practice and cardiac practice have served the PT profession well, our private practice has been working to break down those silos of care and provide a more complete health care experience.  Our … Continue reading

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