Newsletter Video, August 2014
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- Dr. Bernadette Podwika, PT, DPT, Doctor of Physical Therapy
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- 5 Reasons Your Posture Stinks
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- How to modify exercises in mid-life – what is important to include
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- Dr. Dane Happeny PT, DPT, Doctor of Physical Therapy
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- 5 Tips to Prevent Injuries in Tennis Athletes
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- Cold Weather Pain
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- Female Athlete Triad
- Five Reasons to See Your Body Mechanic
- The Benefits of Foam Rolling
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I just wanted to compliment you on the quality of people you have working there. All of them have been outstanding in their people skills and, most importantly, their knowledge and ability to deliver that knowledge so I can implement what they are saying.