Tuesday, August 26, 2014

#Building a Healthier Community

#Building a Healthier Community
Have you heard of the Philadelphia Childrens Alliance? There are
2,400 reports of child sexual abuse each year in
Philadelphia...we want to bring healing and justice to every
child. Imagine a safe haven where experts in the fields of social
work, law enforecement, child protective servic...
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Monday, August 25, 2014

5 Ways Physical Therapy can Help with ALS

5 Ways Physical Therapy can Help with ALS
5 Ways Physical Therapy Can Help ALS


A physical therapist will:


• Talk with you about how ALS is affecting your daily activities


• Teach specific exercises to help keep muscles as strong as
possible. It is also common for some parts of the body to become
stiff when muscle stre...
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Thursday, August 21, 2014

Treating a Running Injury With Physical Therapy

Treating a Running Injury With Physical Therapy
Treating a running injury with physical therapy Physical therapy
is a common treatment for running injuries that impact the
illiotibial bands, knees, hamstrings, groin or adductor muscles
and hips. Andrew Parker, an orthopedic surgeon specializing in
sports medicine who's based in Reston,...
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Thursday, August 14, 2014

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Meet Mark Nimchuck, DPT

Meet Mark Nimchuck, DPT
Mark Nimchuk, DPT Mark has been practicing physical therapy for
the last 17 years in a variety of settings. After graduating
Temple University in 1997, he worked at Temple hospital for
almost 10 years, primarily on their ventilator rehabilitation
unit, where he also co-authored research a...
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Meet Luis Hincapie, MPT/ATC

Meet Luis Hincapie, MPT/ATC
Luis G. Hincapie, MPT, ATC Luis graduated from Northeastern
University in Boston, MA and received his Masters degree from
Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. He has over 24 years of
clinical experience in various aspects of rehabilitation
including Critical Care patients. He was publis...
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