Tag Archives: physical therapy

Walk & Roll for Mobility 2017

Saturday, Sept. 23 | 8:30-10:30 AM   It’s easier than ever to pre-register for the event! Sign up here: Walk & Roll 2017 Sign-Up  or call 815-758-5508 and just let us know who will be attending. You’ll be entered into our …
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The Body of the Harpist: Physical Therapy and the Arts

Performing artists often become accustomed to the tension they place on their bodies while practicing or developing a technique over long periods of time. This tension can lead to repetitive strain injury, which in turn limits the artist’s ability to …
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Free Posture Workshop

Thursday, May 4 | 6:00-7:30 PM Slouching. Slumping. Locking our knees. Hunching over our phones. Most of us know we’ve developed some bad habits over the years. But how do these habits affect us, long term–and what can we do …
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Welcome to Jennesa Miller!

In the coming months, you’ll see a new face among the physical therapists at Creative Therapeutics: student clinical observer, Jennesa Miller. Jennesa attended Augustana College to purse a bachelor’s degree in biology, with a focus on pre-medicine. However, after sustaining …
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No Slouch: Laptop Posture Solutions

When it comes to communication and sharing information, more people today opt for the portability of laptops, tablets, and smart phones over desktop computers, despite the latter’s processing power and relative ergonomic soundness. Yet when it comes to real productivity–writing, …
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Walk and Roll for Mobility Sept. 17!

^Click  picture to play video^ Are You Ready to Walk and Roll? On Saturday, September 17, two independent, privately-owned physical therapy clinics will host “Walk & Roll for Mobility,” a walk from Creative Therapeutics on Hillcrest to Northern Rehab Physical …
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Connections: All about the Knee

Weds. April 13, 6:00-7:30 PM The knee is the largest joint in the body. This elegant, complicated structure does a lot of work while supporting our weight. Knee problems can affect people of every age, and sometimes the causes of …
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Jamie Justice Attends Pelvic Pain Course

Jamie Justice, PT, WCS recently attended a continuing education class in November at The Woman’s Hospital of Texas in Houston.  The class, titled Finding the Driver in Pelvic Pain, was an advanced level class to help physical therapists sharpen diagnostic …
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Why is poor posture contributing to your shoulder pain?

Slumped forward posture (slouching) not only affects spinal alignment over time but it changes the position of your shoulder blades as they tip forward and wrap outwards to accommodate a slouched position. Ultimately, this alters how our shoulder blades move. …
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Walk and Roll for Mobility Sept. 17!

Are you ready to Walk & Roll? On Saturday, September 17, two independent, privately-owned physical therapy clinics will host “Walk & Roll for Mobility,” a walk from Creative Therapeutics on Hillcrest to Northern Rehab Physical Therapy Specialist’s office on Lincoln …
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