Performance Physical Therapy Blog

Shayna Fox-Norwitz moved to Rhode Island about 18 years ago when she decided to attend the University of Rhode Island for school. After graduating with a degree in biology and secondary education, Shayna went on to earn her masters of literacy from Roger Williams. From there, she continued her education at Johnson and Wales to earn … Continue reading Nothing can stop Shayna from getting it all done

by Dr. Rob Gruttadauria, DPT, OCS Those who head to the gym in January don’t always realize that there are unwritten “rules” at most gyms about how best to share equipment and space. While you shouldn’t care too much about what other people at the gym think – you’re too busy sweating your butt off … Continue reading Learning the Unwritten “Rules” of the Gym

Dr. Mark Joins Nick on this weeks Monday Injury Report to discuss the past week’s injuries and see which Patriots players are bouncing back just in time 🏈

Wendy Long has been living in Rhode Island for her entire life and has been happy to spend her time raising a family and working for wonderful companies in the area. Back in high school, Wendy started working part-time for Verizon and even met her husband there, and after 30 years of work, Wendy and … Continue reading Wendy can’t wait to get back in her shoes 

by Dr. Rob Gruttadauria, DPT, OCS It’s the first week of January, you’re probably still hungover from new years, you’re exhausted, and now your alarm is going off at 6 a.m. What the heck is going on? Oh, that’s right – you made a New Year’s resolution to lose weight. It’s time to workout. Ugh. … Continue reading How to finally be successful at the gym

 
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