Thrive! is Hosting a University of St. Augustine Continuing Education Seminar

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  Thrive! Integrated Physical Therapy is hosting the following upcoming University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences continuing education seminar. PTs please join us for the S1 – SPINAL EVALUATION AND MANIPULATION: Impairment Based, Evidence Informed Approach, a seminar instructed by Larry Yack, PT, DPT, MTC, August 10-12th, 2018 in New York, NY.  These seminars […]

     

Diastasis Recti Treatment: Emphasizing an Individualized Approach

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There is no such thing as a one size fits all approach to diastasis recti (DRA) management. Just as no two persons are the same, no two DRAs are either. The separation of the linea alba often times reflects dysfunction, but what generates and perpetuates said dysfunction is different in all people. While this may seem obvious, many people come to me seeking a quick fix, or looking for the internet resource, book, or exercise DVD that will solve all their problems. While there are some wonderful resources out there, ultimately creating an individualized approach to DRA management based on the patient’s unique physical attributes, activity requirements, and goals is the best way to enable healing.

     

Thrive! is Hosting a University of St. Augustine Continuing Education Seminar

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Are you a PT who wants to enhance your treatment effectiveness by improving your skills?  Thrive is Hosting a University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences Continuing Education Seminar. Join us for the THRUST – Advanced Manipulation if the Spine & Extremities seminar April 21-22, 2018. Those PTs with any earned Manual Therapy Certification and […]

                                   

School Backpack Safety

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As “Back to School” shopping begins, it’s important to do your homework to keep your child free from backpack related injuries. Over 5 thousand emergency room visits a year by kids 18 and under are reportedly due to school backpack related injuries.  A major problem – kids carrying heavy loads in their school bags! Studies […]