Congratulations to the VTPT Relay Team on their first marathon!!! #runlikehell #nonrunnersrunning
Follow the link to read our October newsletter! Follow the progress of our new clinic renovations and get valuable information about Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).For example, did you know that SAD can occur during the spring and summer months? Neither did we! Click here to read more!
VTPT: What attracted you to physical therapy as a profession? JOSH: I interacted with a physical therapist while volunteering at a local community hospital and became very intrigued. I was investigating fields in health care and physical therapy seemed (to me) to be far the most dynamic and interesting. So, I decided to do some occupational […]
Squatting with poor form is a chief offender in knee, hip, and back pain. A very common issue occurs when there is inadequate control of the pelvis, allowing the spine to move out of neutral position and placing increased pressure on the front of the knees. In these instances the movement becomes “quad dominant”, meaning that […]
We are pleased to announce that the therapists at Vermont Physical Therapy are now certified in concussion management! There is a growing awareness of concussions and how they can cause chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) later in life. CTE is a degenerative disease found in people who have sustained one or more severe blows to the head. […]
1. What drew you to physical therapy? I was always active and enjoyed playing sports as a kid and through high school. While playing sports I injured myself severely enough to need physical therapy a few times. It was a great experience as it enabled me to get back to sports quickly. I enjoyed the […]