Performance Physical Therapy Blog

Dr. Michelle Collie and Dr. Brian Hay sit down the Friday before the Boston Marathon to discuss what obstacles the runners could face, their own marathon experiences, and tips for anyone thinking about trying out a marathon themselves. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

Dr. Michelle Collie, CEO of Performance Physical Therapy, is joined by Eric Lonergan, Marketing Manager at Rhode Runner to discuss running shoes. Are you wearing the correct kind for your style of running? Is it time for a new pair? All this and more is answered in the latest episode of the Performance Physical Therapy … Continue reading #BETTER #FASTER Podcast: Eric Lonergan of Rhode Runner discusses running shoes

Dr. James Rainville sits down to discuss back pain and the benefits of exercise with Dr. Dave Pavao and Dr. Kayleigh Melroy. Dr. James Rainville is Chief of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at New England Baptist Hospital (NEBH). Dr. Rainville also holds an academic appointment as Assistant Clinical Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Harvard … Continue reading #BETTER #FASTER Podcast – Dr. James Rainville MD

Physical Therapist and former collegiate and professional lacrosse player, Dr. Bobby Dattilo joins Dr. Michelle Collie to discuss lacrosse in the next episode of the #BETTER #FASTER Podcast. They discuss the common injuries that occur in lacrosse players, offseason training, sports specialization, and more. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

Dr. Michelle Collie is joined by orthopedic surgeon Dr. Brett Owens, MD, in the next episode of the #BETTER #FASTER Podcast. They discuss shoulder injuries in youth sports athletes. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

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