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Building the Brakes Jun 18, 2021

By: Nick Sienkiewicz, DPT, CSCS

A Review of Matt Ibrahim’s Presentation on Deceleration Training

This blog is a brief recap from our recent ProForm workshop where we hosted a presentation by Matthew Ibrahim about the importance of training humans for the deceleration (aka ability to slow...

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Self-Awareness Through Yoga Jun 11, 2021

By: Katie Burnham, DPT

Journey Of Thyself

 “True meditation is about being fully present with everything that is including discomfort and challenges. It is not an escape from life.” 

― Craig Hamilton

Imagine the ability to slow down your thoughts, become present with the...

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Direct Access To Your Physical Therapist Jun 04, 2021

By: Chad Burnham, DPT, FAFS, CSCS

PT On Your Terms

Direct Access…What is it? And why would I care about it?

Put simply, Direct Access allows physical therapists to treat patients without a doctors prescription.

Yes…you heard correctly!

In the state of Massachusetts we have something...

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Attack Your Rehab From All Angles May 28, 2021

By Nick Sienkiewicz, DPT, CSCS

Overlooked And Undervalued Tips To Optimize Recovery From An Injury

 The human body is amazingly resilient and adaptable. Whether you want to believe it or not, it has extraordinary healing powers. Our social constructs have conditioned us to believe that our...

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Vacation Is Not An Excuse May 21, 2021

By: Karyssa Shaw

Maintain Your Gains on Vacation

Here I am, sitting by the pool in sunny Florida. Soaking up all the Vitamin D and playing my favorite country playlist in the background. Of course, I am here to relax and unwind; aren’t I?!

Well yes but taking time off from work and reality...

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Don’t let your April RUNS bring you the May STUNS May 14, 2021

By: Nick Sienkiewicz, DPT, CSCS

Tips for staying healthy and optimizing your running as the weather gets nicer!

 With spring in full effect and summer approaching, more runners are hitting the roads and trails. Those nice days can motivate you to run longer and go harder. Pushing yourself is...

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Breath of Life May 07, 2021

By: Nick Sienkiewicz, DPT, CSCS

Training The Automatic To Enhance Your Health

Breathing is a necessary function of life that we do continuously. In fact, we breathe 20,000 times per day. And of these 20,000 instances, many people are not even consciously aware of one of them. Breathing is so...

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Fasting: An Ancestral Perspective Apr 30, 2021

By: Chad Burnham, DPT, FAFS, CSCS

To Feast or Famine

Before we take a deep dive into fasting, I want to first say that you should seek advice from a medical professional before applying the content you are about to read. Medical conditions can vary from person to person and you should make sure...

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Fitting In Your Fitness As A Busy Mom Apr 23, 2021

By: Katie Burnham, DPT

Don’t Let Your Kids Steal Your Gains

You have just over an hour to accomplish a workout in the gym. You want to feel good about it when your are done, maybe a little re-energized to take on the rest of the day.  If you have kids then you cherish this time a...

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Sitting…The Silent Killer Apr 16, 2021

By: Hannah McKinnon, OTS

Stand Up & Save a Life, Your Life

 Are you currently reading this on your computer while seated at your desk?

Or while gazing down at your phone screen?

I highly suspect that you are. We spend hours of our day sitting in front of a computer or phone screen...

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The New Physical Therapy Model Apr 09, 2021

By: Chad Burnham, DPT, FAFS, CSCS

You Deserve Better Than Your Insurance

We have been transitioning to a different physical therapy model over the last year. It’s called the “patient care comes first model”. Now some would call this a cash-based physical therapy model, but we...

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Foot Tourniquets Apr 02, 2021

By: Nick Sienkiewicz, DPT, CSCS

 Your shoes could be dampening the blood flow to your feet!

There was a study carried out last year in 2020 that showed a 22.2% reduction in overall blood flow to the lateral plantar artery when passive hallux adduction was performed for one minute.

This means...

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