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PT360 ATHLETIC TRAINERS GO BEYOND THE CLINIC

Mar 26, 2021
PT360’s team of Athletic Trainers have expanded beyond the clinical setting for sidelined sports medicine contracted coverage to the University of Vermont Club Sports and Vergennes High School.    Brendan…

WHAT I ENJOY THE MOST ABOUT PHYSICAL THERAPY

As a child growing up, I accidentally dropped one of my father’s heirloom silver pocket watches down the stairs. I stood frozen in time as the watch tumbled down the stairs bursting open, spewing gears and springs everywhere.   Growing up with parents as engineers, I always took an interest in “how…

FIRST YEAR REFLECTIONS

With National Physical Therapy Month, I wanted to reflect upon my first year as a practicing clinician and share some of my experiences with all of you - what it is like to be a new grad, some of the ups, downs, and everything in between.   This first year practicing as a physical therapist has certainly…

LIFE AS A PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT

Being a Physical Therapist Assistant at PT360 affords me a great deal of autonomy, for which I am incredibly grateful as others in my profession may not have the same opportunity.  Physical Therapist Assistants (PTAs) work under the supervision of a Physical Therapist (PT) to provide treatment and help…

WE'RE KICKING OFF NATIONAL PHYSICAL THERAPY MONTH THIS WEEK!

October is National Physical Therapy Month and there are many reasons to celebrate at PT360, from our amazing physical therapists & physical therapist assistants to our wonderful patients who keep returning to work with us year after year.  Most importantly and more seriously, we are celebrating this…

PROPER LIFTING TECHNIQUES

One of the leading causes of injury in the workplace is lifting objects too heavy and lifting incorrectly.  According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics in a 2001 report, 36% of missed workdays were due to back and shoulder injuries. The leading causes of these injuries being overexertion and cumulative…

SITTING POSTURE & WHY IT MATTERS

The majority of Americans report working at a desk for their job and up to 86% of people sit at a desk for up to 8 hours a day.  Now as students are returning to school, even more people will be required to stay seated for extended periods of time, so it is time to talk about the importance of posture!…

THE ROLE OF HELMETS IN PROTECTING THE BRAIN

During our last blog post, we learned the changes that occur within the brain on a cellular level following a concussion and how this affects healing. Today we’ll be discussing the different kinds of helmets available and how they work to help protect the brain during a collision. First, we need to…

CONCUSSION: WHAT THE HECK IS IT REALLY?

While sports look very different today and unfortunately many seasons are canceled, we still are seeing concussions from recreational hobbies and activities. Many think for a concussion to occur, an individual must hit their head.  While this is true for an impact-related mechanism of injury, in which…

GROWING UP IN A MILITARY FAMILY

July is PT 360 Military Appreciation Month!  I’m excited to show my gratitude to the military and thankful to share all the fond memories I have raised in an Army family.   My Dad served in the Corps of Engineers for the department of Army as an officer for 25 years. We moved every 1-3 years throughout…

IT'S MILITARY APPRECIATION MONTH AT PT360

July is Military Appreciation Month at PT360 and we have chosen to once again support an incredibly meaningful and local cause, The Josh Pallotta Fund.  It was through Valerie Pallotta, loving and dedicated mother of PFC Joshua R. Pallotta, that we became aware of the fund’s mission.  Valerie began this…