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Shoulder Impingement Syndrome: Symptoms and Treatment

ProRehab Physical Therapy’s Brian Kelly, DPT, ATC, SCS, COMT, was recently featured by U.S. News & World Report, read on below! *** Shoulder impingement is a common cause of shoulder pain, and it can limit your ability to do certain activities. Shoulder impingement is what happens when the top outer edge of your shoulder blade, called…

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TexPTS and SMASA Partnership Bolsters Sports Physical Therapy Management and Operations

The Partnership Forms a Sports Medicine Powerhouse and is Anticipated to Lead the Area in Innovative Health Care Across Texas Sports Medicine Associates of San Antonio (SMASA), a team of Board-certified orthopedic surgeons and sports medicine primary care physicians committed to providing quality care, is proud to announce their joint venture with Texas Physical Therapy…

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Confluent Health Formally Joins APTQI Board of Directors

Confluent Health is pleased to announce their appointment to the Alliance for Physical Therapy Quality and Innovation (APTQI) Board Partner. Working as APTQI’s partner, Confluent Health will support APTQI’s efforts to affect positive legislative and regulatory change in order to protect the future of the physical therapy profession. Together, Confluent Health will work with APTQI…

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30 Physical Therapists Achieve Specialist Board Certifications 

Confluent Health Celebrates Most Board-Certified Specialists of any US Company  This week, 30 physical therapists from the Confluent Health family of private practices have added three additional letters to their long list of decorated qualifications. Achieving a board certification places these dedicated therapists at the top of their field in physical therapy.  Board certifications are…

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Surprising Side Effects of Drinking Grapefruit Juice, Say Dietitians

RET’s Laura McDermott, MS, RDN, CD, spoke with Eat This, Not That about the surprising effects of drinking grapefruit juice, read on below! *** There’s something so unbelievably refreshing about freshly squeezed grapefruit juice, especially if you’re enjoying a fun brunch with friends on a hot summer day. Grapefruit juice also makes an amazing mixer…

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11 Stretches For Mid-Back Pain

ProRehab’s Dan Baumann, PT, DPT, spoke with Bustle on the best stretches for mid-back pain, read on below! *** If you keep experiencing intense pain that radiates across your mid-back, then it may be time to pay more attention to your posture by doing a few mid-back stretches throughout the day. Poor posture is one…

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HR Scams Are On The Rise — How to Make Sure That Job Offer’s Real

Job sound too good to be true? HR impersonators are scamming potential job candidates through chat, fake job postings on major sites like ZipRecruiter, and scamming hopeful applicants for their personal data. Find out how to spot the signs.  We’ve all become accustomed to suspicious emails, not-quite-right text messages, and calls from long-lost relatives about…

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Is Swimming Good Exercise? Experts Explain

Pappas OPT’s co-founder, Don Levine, PT, DPT, was featured by Nike in an article on whether swimming is actually good exercise, read on below! *** While you might be familiar with torching a treadmill workout or spinning up a sweat, swimming might not be the first exercise when you’re considering a cardio sesh — especially outside of…

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Confluent doubles office space with new East End location

Confluent Health LLC is doubling its office space in Louisville with a new East End headquarters to accommodate a more than 300-person workforce boost. The health care company provides backend services like marketing and financial services to physical therapy practices across the country. It’s been acquiring new practices rapidly over the past few years, but…

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More patients opting for physical therapy to treat arthritis

Pappas OPT’s Josh Perry, PT, DPT, and patient, Ann Quinn, were recently featured by WJAR in a news bit on physical therapy as treatment for arthritis, read on below! *** Joint pain is one of the lingering effects of the pandemic, whether it was directly because of getting COVID-19 or from the inactivity during the…

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