January 2018 (2)
January 2017 (1)
October 2016 (1)
April 2016 (1)
January 2016 (1)
October 2015 (1)
Wednesday, January 3, 2018
In this issue of the Reach Your Summit newsletter you’ll find information on the upcoming Base Camp Move balance class which will be offered in a shorter 8-class session between the upcoming holidays, a link to the latest Warren Miller ski movie which helped to raise money for a local grade school, and a short video on shin splints with three suggested exercises. You'll also find a review of a study by staff PT, Hannah Johnson describing plasma-rich platelet injection therapy and the highlighted real patient is Peter Dopkin who rehabbed an ankle just in time to accept an invite to go fly-fishing with a friend in Utah.
Thursday, January 12, 2017
In this newsletter you'll find an article written by Kathrine Sumner with Nourish Schools entitled Nourishing Our Bones, a review of the role physical therapy has in managing hip impingement and an article shedding light on happy, healthy snow skiers.
Thursday, October 13, 2016
In this newsletter you'll find a review on what the literature says about the Regional Interdependence, an update on the running program and research project we included in the Base Camp program, and a short summary of why we like suspensions straps for our patients.
Thursday, April 14, 2016
In this issue of the Reach Your Summit newsletter Michelle Spadafora talks first hand about her new book and study guide on physical and spiritual fitness.
Thursday, January 14, 2016
In this newsletter you'll learn about what research has to say about Tendinopathy, the link between fall prevention and Tai Chi and why the developmental milestone of rolling (yes, rolling on the ground - see the Rolling Technique Video Clip) is worth putting back into the mix.
Friday, October 16, 2015
In this newsletter you'll find a review of an article connecting the dots on low back pain and muscle performance for runners plus a case study describing a specific treadmill strengthening strategy for hamstring injury recovery with a video clip included.