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I Can’t Eat Whatever I Want?

I Can’t Eat Whatever I Want?

by: Jeff Sallade I have spent much of the past 15 years training for and competing in endurance races such as marathons and Ironman triathlons. One of the perks of doing this was that I was pretty much able to eat as much food as I wanted. I love food – this was one...

When the Therapist Becomes the Patient

When the Therapist Becomes the Patient

by: Jeff Sallade Over the past year or so, I have had a ton of patients in the clinic ask me “Why are you limping?” or “What is wrong with you and why are you walking like that?”. My fellow therapists and co-workers stopped asking since they had grown used to me...

Why you NEED to have your Child ImPACT Tested

Why you NEED to have your Child ImPACT Tested

ImPACT TESTING You might have heard about the necessity to get your child ImPACT tested prior to the start of their sport season. So what is this test and what is its purpose? ImPACT testing is a neurocognitive test that helps to determine if an Athlete is ready to...

Movin’ on Up to the Big Field

Movin’ on Up to the Big Field

Moving from 8th to 9th grade is a huge step in a student’s life. Not only does one have to get used to being a high schooler and adjusting to new classes, but for the baseball player, there is another big adjustment to be made – transitioning to the “big...

Bio-Feedback Training

Bio-Feedback Training

You have probably heard time and time again posture is important. What happens if your body has “forgotten” what normal posture is? This can happen for a variety of reasons such as whiplash after a car accident, acute back pain and and...

Pediatric Physical Therapy

Pediatric Physical Therapy

Physical therapists have a strong knowledge base of anatomy and movement. They perform assessments to recognize dysfunctions in almost every system of the body and provide interventions to promote optimal physical function and health. Often times, physical therapists...