5 ways to reduce risk of ACL tears in soccer players

5 ways to reduce risk of ACL tears in soccer players

5 ways to reduce risk of ACL tears in soccer players Over 200,000 ACL ruptures occur in the United States annually.  Women’s soccer has the highest ACL injury rate followed by American football.  While no injury is entirely preventable, there are 5 key things you can...

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Victory for PT’s in NC on Dry Needling

Victory for PT’s in NC on Dry Needling

According to the NCPTA, the North Carolina Business court has ruled that Dry Needling is within the scope of practice for Physical Therapists.  The decision comes after a two year fight over the right to use the intervention by Physical Therapists. Here is a link to...

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“G” – The Mayor of Manos

“G” – The Mayor of Manos

<Originally Posted 8.23/16> I preface all of my blog posts with, “I’m not a good writer, I’m much better at talking with a beer in hand, but I’ll give it a shot.” The following is my account of the event that has had the single most profound effect on my life to...

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What the heck does an SLP actually DO?!

What the heck does an SLP actually DO?!

You sit down at the bar and notice a girl sitting on the other side. You catch each other’s eye and exchange smiles. You get up and go sit next to her, buy her a drink and each take a sip, introduce names and start a conversation. What does this have to do with speech...

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