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Love in Action Food Truck

One sunny Friday in March we had a day filled with community spirit, goodwill, and impactful service. In an empowering collaboration with Love in Action of the Tri-Cities, we had a team serve the St. Patrick's Food Truck, where together,…

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ACL, ACL Tear, Anterior Cruciate Ligament, Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tears, Knee Pain, I'move, Imove, Physical Therapy, Physical Therapy Near Me, Physical Therapists Near Me

Understanding & Preventing Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Tears

ACL tears are a common injury that can affect individuals of all ages and activity levels. Whether you’re an athlete or simply enjoy staying active, understanding what causes ACL tears and how to prevent them is crucial for maintaining your overall health and well-being. In this blog post, we will explore the causes of ACL tears, the recommended treatments, the role of physical therapy before and after surgery, and how to prevent this debilitating injury from occurring in the first place.

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Navigating Scoliosis

Scoliosis is a condition characterized by a lateral or sideways curvature of the spine, creating three-dimensional trunk presentations. It can affect people of any age but is recognized in juveniles and adolescents with symptoms more frequently than adults. The most…

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Kids’ Food Basket – 2024

Coloring lunch bags for Kids' Food Basket during our January all-staff meeting was more than a fun activity. It was a hands-on way to contribute to the nutrition and happiness of children in our community, embodying the i'm Serving initiative’s…

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Physical Therapist, Physical Therapy Near Me, Biomechanics, Treatment, Recovery, Pt, MIchigan, I'move Patient

Blood Flow Restriction Training: A New Horizon in Rehabilitation

In recent years, an innovative approach to physical therapy and rehabilitation has been gaining traction among healthcare professionals and patients alike. Known as Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) training, this method offers a promising solution for individuals seeking to improve strength post-operatively or manage chronic pain effectively. Whether you’re a patient exploring ways to expedite recovery or a parent concerned about your student athlete’s rehabilitation, understanding BFR training could be the turning point in your or your loved one’s healing journey.

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Pelvic Floor Therapy as a Survivor of Sexual Assault

By Dr. Brooke Meinema, PT, DPT, FAFS, PCES It is reported that 16-25% of females will experience sexual assault in their lifetime. Women who experience sexual assault are at an increased risk for pelvic floor disorders, especially chronic pelvic pain…

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