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
JOSPT.com – What should patients with neck pain expect from physical therapy? Nine years ago, in 2008, physical therapists published the first neck pain clinical practice guidelines. These guidelines have been updated and are now available in the July 2017 issue of the JOSPT. As before, these guidelines make recommendations based on best practices from … Continue reading What should patients with neck pain expect from physical therapy?
Former Bronco David Bruton is retiring from the NFL — for his health and others’ The former safety and special-teams ace is taking prerequisite science courses to apply to physical therapy school DenverPost.com — One of the final and most lasting images from David Bruton’s seven years as a Bronco was taken the evening of Dec. 20, … Continue reading NFL player is retiring for his health & to become a physical therapist
Providence, RI – Turning the calendar page from one year to the next is a time to refocus goals or establish new ones, and the common thread is always a resolve to be better. As members of the healthcare force, physical therapists are accustomed to setting goals for patients on a daily basis but the … Continue reading Physical Therapists Help Patients Select the Right Rehab Professional
Evidence in Motion Blog – By Tim Flynn PT PhD – I speak frequently about the continued overutilization of diagnostic imaging in the management of musculoskeletal disorders. As humans, we are use to looking at wrinkles on the outside. Some of us may choose to inject the wrinkles with a poison to paralyze the surrounding musculature in order to “flatten” … Continue reading The Power of Images