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Dr. Kayleigh Melroy

Dr. Michelle Collie interviews Physical Therapist and Clinic Director at our Middletown clinic, Dr. Kayleigh Melroy, and Personal Trainer at Newport Athletic Club, Tyler Ayers. They discuss the ways that Physical Therapy and Personal Training can compliment each other. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

BY Dr. MICHELLE COLLIE, PT, DPT, MS Whether a weekend warrior or a professional athlete, an injury can be devastating. Of course, there is the pain associated with injury, but then there are the emotional factors. The frustration and disappointment associated with the time to heal and being limited in what you are able to … Continue reading Flanagan Gives Injured Athletes Hope

Dr. Michelle Collie, CEO of Performance Physical Therapy, and Dr. Brian Hay, Chief Programs Officer for Performance Physical Therapy, welcome special guest Coach Bob Rothenberg. They discuss all things running, the Ronald McDonald House of Providence and their Running Club, as well as NE Distance. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

Dr. Michelle Collie, CEO of Performance Physical Therapy, and Dr. Dave Pavao, Chief Clinical Officer at Performance Physical Therapy, discuss back pain in the inaugural episode of the #Better #Faster podcast.   Podcast: Play in new window | Download

Celtics fan from all over had their hearts break on Tuesday night when one of the team’s biggest off-season acquisitions went down with a gruesome injury only 5 minutes and 12 seconds into the season. It was instantly apparent that Gordon Hayward would be out for all (or most of) this season, and the Celtics’ chances at making a … Continue reading Dr. Horton Discusses the Gordon Hayward Injury

 
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