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Clinician Highlight – Liz Young

Clinician Highlight – Liz Young

Liz Young started as a Physical Therapist at 3DPT just about two years ago and she's been keeping busy ever since.  From finishing her first marathon in November, teaching spin classes 1-2 times a week at a local gym, to now just weeks away from getting married, Liz...

The Start of Something Good – how 3DPT came to be

The Start of Something Good – how 3DPT came to be

by: Jeff Sallade This week is “National Small Business Week”. There are all kinds of statistics that illustrate the difficulty in owning a successful small business – less than 50% of small businesses survive beyond 5 years. As 3DPT gets close to completing its 8th...

Clinician Highlight

Clinician Highlight

3DPT is excited to welcome new Physical Therapist, Anthony Perrone, to our Medford office! Anthony has been a Physical Therapist for over 8 years and is a Certified Sports and Orthopedic Specialist. As a former PT patient himself, he is passionate about helping people...

Low Back Pain and Sciatica Seminar

Low Back Pain and Sciatica Seminar

On March 23th, 3 Dimensional Physical Therapy hosted a free seminar on Low Back Pain and Sciatica at our Medford office.  We had a great, interactive audience who participated and asked lots of questions! Jeff Sallade, co-owner of 3DPT, presented on: The 3 main causes...

Take Me Out to the Ball game!

Take Me Out to the Ball game!

by: Ken Guzzardo For as long as I can remember, I have loved baseball. I’ve enjoyed playing the game, keeping score while watching games, and traveling around the country with my dad and brother visiting different stadiums. So far, we have been to 11 of the pro teams,...

Muffin Madness! – WINNER

Muffin Madness! – WINNER

On Monday, March 11th, 3DPT hosted our 3rd annual Muffin Madness contest!  We invited employees, patients and friends to stop by and submit 6 of their best muffin creations to be judged on taste, appearance, texture and creativity.  Judges tasted every recipe and...

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...