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Physical Therapy: Direct Access

Oregon is a direct access state for physical therapy. What does this mean for you?

It is commonly understood that you need a doctor’s referral to get specialized care. Many people often see their primary care physician as the first point of contact with any ailment, and trust their doctor to direct them to the right specialist for further investigation and diagnosis. In recent years, however, with rising healthcare costs and a change in physical therapy.
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Recipe of the Month: May

May is Celiac Disease awareness month, so we opted to share a quick gluten-free recipe anyone can enjoy!  You can add in your favorite protein to make this stir-fry a little heartier. If you've not tried cauliflower rice yet, you'll be pleasantly surprised by just how tasty it can be.

CAULIFLOWER RICE STIR-FRY

What you'll need:

CAULIFLOWER

  • 1 head cauliflower
  • 3 Tbsp  water

SAUCE

  • 1 tsp sesame oil or coconut.
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Yoga for Hypermobility Workshop with Good Health Physical Therapy and Wellness

May is EDS awareness month! In honor of that, Chie Tadaki, PT, DPT, a physical therapist and certified yoga instructor with Good Health Physical Therapy & Wellness will be holding a 3-week workshop for safe yoga for people with hypermobility. These are examples of showing the difference between pushing into your hypermobility versus holding your body in a pose with awareness and control of your joint position.    
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