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ATHLETIC TRAINER ADVOCACY

Mar 29, 2019
The month of March is National Athletic Trainers Month.  Our previous two blogs have discussed the role of an athletic trainer in the allied health care profession and differences between the athletic…

SHIFT CHANGE: PUTTING DEMOCRACY TO WORK

We are proud to be co-sponsor”s of the first public screening in Vermont of the new documentary film, SHIFT CHANGE: PUTTING DEMOCRACY TO WORK. It”s being held at Merrill”s Roxy Cinema in Burlington. The showing is Wednesday, June 12th at 7:00pm. The event is open to the pubic at no charge. SHIFT CHANGE:…

BURLINGTON PATIENT SPOTLIGHT

Maria recently interviewed the president of the University of Vermont (UVM) Water Polo club who is a patient at the Burlington clinic. Jacob Powers took time out of his academics and athletics to help give us a better understanding of water polo. Patient Spotlight We love to see how physical therapy…

HOW TO PICK THE RIGHT OFFICE CHAIR

A good chair is a key factor in setting up an ergonomically correct work area. Since ergonomics is the study of adapting the workplace to fit the worker and the tasks involved, it is very important to choose a chair that fits you well and provides the necessary support to maintain good posture for extended…

FOOT CARE SERVICES

PT360 has partnered with the VNA to offer Foot Care services at our Williston location. We know how important foot care is for everyone and especially our seniors. Contact us today to sign up for this great new service.  

SALUD A DOCTOR’S NIGHT OUT! THE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS OF BURLINGTON

Old Lantern in Charlotte April 16, 2013 Julie Clayton, Maria Thibault, Edie Bernhardt, and Erin Adams enjoyed a night out at the Old Lantern in Charlotte for The Community Health Centers of Burlington.  All proceeds from the event were to benefit The Community Health Centers of Burlington mission to…

SUPPORTIVE THERAPIES FOR LYME DISEASE – MARCH 16TH, 2013

Nutritional support, exercise guidelines, myofascial release, and manual lymphatic drainage for Lyme Disease March 16th, 2013 12:30 -1:30 pm Free and open to the public, please call to reserve your seat as space is limited. Dr. Carol Gardner, Deborah Harris, PT, RD, Edie Bernhardt, PT 426 Industrial…

AVOIDING THE WINTER HIBERNATION MOVEMENT

With the onset of cold temperatures, snow, and ice, there is a tendency for many of us to minimize our physical activities and stay inside where it is warm and dry. Unfortunately, little to no physical activity, over-indulgence throughout the Holiday season, and too much cheer can add up to unwanted…

U.S. NATIONAL SKYDIVING CHAMPION SARA LAWARE

As a competitive skydiver my body is pushed to the limits on each and every jump. After about 1,000 jumps my shoulders had started to fail me and I had shoulder surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff and detached tendons. Surgery took place about a month before I left for a two week vacation in Vermont.…

HOW TO BEAT OSTEOARTHRITIS

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative form of arthritis and is characterized by the wearing away of cartilage.  It is the most common form of arthritis and weight bearing joints (knees, hips and spine) are the most susceptible. Just because you have OA  doesn’t  mean you are ready for surgery. There are a…

BASKETBALL PREPARATION PART III

Keys for Optimal Basketball Performance, part IIIDeborah Harris, PT, RD, CLT-LANAProper Nutrition The two nutritional keys for optimal basketball performance are minimizing carbohydrate depletion and staying adequately hydrated. Carbohydrates are the main source of fuel utilized by the body in basketball…