Category Archives: Good Health Insights

Running by Brian Kitzerow, PT, DPT, OCS, CMPT

Spring is upon us and the rainy weather is calming down.  With more good weather many of us will be subtly tempted to increase our training intensities and want to stay out for that extra mileage.  Though it is a good idea to increase our strength and endurance, doing so in a mindful manner can prevent injuries that can set our training back a month or more.  Proximal hamstring tears, achilles tendinosis, calf lesions, plantar.
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ACL Injuries and Prevention by Brian Kitzerow, PT, DPT, OCS, CMPT

The  anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of four ligaments that serve as the main stabilizers of the knee, maintaining contact between the thigh and the lower leg. An ACL tear is a fairly common, but physically difficult injury with potentially long-term secondary effects. Anyone who has had an ACL tear will tell you that is painful and frustrating.  As physical therapists we want to reduce the pain and return the patient to function as quickly.
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Intro to IMT

Intro to IMT: Integrative Manual Therapy

Tina Esquivel, PT
Good Health Physical Therapy

One of the reasons I love our clinic at Good Health Physical Therapy is that we have an amazing team of Physical Therapist with very diverse skills and specialties.  This allows us to offer incredible  potential under one roof.  And it reminds me about how I fell in love with Integrative Manual Therapy (IMT ™), the technique that I specialize in.  It offers incredible.
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