What Really Happens at Physical Therapy?!

I’m the Marketing Director at Performance Rehabilitation. I’m also a patient. I hurt my back, probably in Zumba class, using heavy weights for too long in the wrong way. Luckily, scans confirmed no serious fracture, but I did strain muscles, and further stressed a portion of my thoracic spine causing pain to radiate up into […]

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How Exercise Affects Our Memory

Even a single workout may make our brain’s memory centers, like our muscles, more fit. A single, moderate workout may immediately change how our brains function and how well we recognize common names and similar information, according to a promising new study of exercise, memory and aging. The study adds to growing evidence that exercise […]

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Profile of a PT Patient From Prima Ballerina to Pilates Precisionist

Becoming a ballet dancer is no easy feat. The hours and hours of training, discipline and rigor is beyond most people’s capacity.  Trained classically by the Boston Ballet, while also studying under such greats as Edward Villella, Annette Jackson was hand-picked by Robert Joffrey himself to perform in his company, the world renown Joffrey Ballet. […]

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