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In this month’s edition of PT Thoughts we are going to learn a bit more about one of the PT’s in our Fuquay clinic – Brandon Langworthy, PT. Was there an experience that led you to become a PT? During undergrad, I initially thought that I wanted to go to medical school.  While shadowing orthopaedic...
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In this month’s edition of PT Thoughts we are going to learn a bit more about one of the PT’s in our Apex clinic – Hannah Kirkman, PT. Was there an experience that led you to become a PT? There was not one experience that I can point to that led me to this career,...
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In this month’s edition of PT Thoughts we are going to learn a bit more about one of the PT’s in our Holly Springs clinic – Caroline Trezona, PT, DPT, LAT, ATC.  Where did you grow up?  I grew up in Cary, NC. I have 2 siblings, my twin sister and  my younger brother.  I...
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In this month’s edition of PT Thoughts we are going to learn a bit more about our Lead PT in our Fuquay-Varina clinic – Greg Hogan, PT, MPT, CIMT. Greg is originally from Detroit, Michigan and has been a practicing physical therapist since 2004.  While visiting friends in Raleigh, in the winter 2007, he was...
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In this month’s edition of PT Thoughts we are going to learn a bit more about one of our pelvic health experts – and new mother! – Mary Brian Yoffe, PT. Mary Brian grew up in Wilmington near Wrightsville Beach and spent every free day at the beach or on the boat. On February 3,...
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Do you have pain in the shoulder with lifting the arm overhead?  Do you have pain while reaching to pick even small objects up?  Does your shoulder pain sleeping wake you up at night? Pain with everyday activities or with your exercise routine are common issues and ones that should not be ignored. The shoulder...
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Tyler was born and raised in Cary, NC and has spent most of his life in the Triangle area. He was introduced to the field of physical therapy as a child due to numerous injuries sustained while playing sports. Tyler is board certified in orthopedic physical therapy, manual therapy certified through the Manual Therapy Institute, and...
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One question we get all the time at Back in Action is “why do my joints pop and crack.” Well, it’s a question that has bugged us humans for a very very long time. In fact, there is evidence that we’ve been trying to figure it out since 3,000 BC when the surgeon of the...
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In Part 2 of our 3 part series on Diastasis Recti (Mommy Tummy) we are discussing the topic – How do I start to heal my Diastasis Recti Abdominis?  There are a number of things that need to be functioning properly to help heal diastasis recti (low back, pelvic floor, abdominals, and diaphragm), however there is not...
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We run to get into shape.  But do we get into shape so we can run?  Running can be a great activity for conditioning, weight loss or stress relief. But there are very few activities we do as human beings that have such a repetitive nature and can take a little problem and turn it...
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