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The Challenge of Compliance

My dog’s veterinarian recently told me “If cartilage healed, I wouldn’t have a job.” I laughed because this statement applies to physical therapists also. There are certain tissues that have limited or poor healing capacity, which is why patients have

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Jaw Pain? We Can Help!

Do you or someone you know have jaw pain? You may know that your dentist can provide treatment for this type of problem, but did you know physical therapists also treat jaw pain and dysfunction? It is estimated that 20%?25%

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Africa and Physical Therapy – What Do They Have In Common?

So what do Africa and physical therapy have in common? Not much, except for a lot of different types of movement. Earlier this summer, I spent one month traveling around Southern Africa — Zimbabwe, Namibia, Botswana and South Africa. We

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Our Fremont Clinic Has Moved!

Our Fremont Clinic has moved a few block NE of our old location! You can now find us at: 3601 Fremont Avenue N, Suite 216 Seattle, WA 98103 Our phone number, fax number and email address have not changed: p:

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Got Headaches?

None of us enjoy having a headache. But yet, many people suffer from them daily. In the general population, headaches have a reported prevalence of 16%, where 5% of adults experience them on a daily basis (Castillo et al, 1999).

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