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Client Testimonial: G2 Sports and Physical Therapy

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Kristin Davis

Located in Sammamish, WA, G2 Sports and Physical Therapy is a highly-esteemed outpatient physical therapy practice. At G2 Sports, their mission is to provide patients with the highest standard of excellence, professionalism and compassionate care. This standard is met through their skilled, dedicated approach to combine research with fully-individualized, comprehensive rehabilitation programs for each and every patient. 

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A Strategic Guide For Attracting Physical Therapy Patients

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Elizabeth Heath

Nowadays, society is so technology driven that if you run a therapy practice but don’t have a strong online presence, you’re probably losing out on new patients and referrals.  That’s why, developing a digital content strategy is critical for your business to foster relationships with current patients, improve customer satisfaction and engage new users. Keep reading to learn more!

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Aphasia Awareness Month

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Bobbie Byrd

Each June, we recognize Aphasia Awareness Month, a time dedicated to encouraging advocacy for a common health condition that 84.5% of Americans don't even know exists. As a chronic impairment that affects language, aphasia can dramatically affect those who live with it every day. During Aphasia Awareness Month, clinical professionals, along with individuals with aphasia and those who support them can share information about this little-known disorder. If you want to participate in these efforts, you can learn more about aphasia, how it impacts those who have it and what can be done to provide a better quality of life for those living with aphasia. 

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Telehealth Guide For Pediatric Providers

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Melinda Curle

Although telehealth adoption was already on the rise before Covid-19, the demand for virtual care has significantly increased since March 2020, which saw a 154% surge in telehealth visits. As healthcare specialties began adapting to telehealth, pediatricians in particular started recognizing the benefits of virtual visits for children as well as how it offered parents more options to actively participate in their child's plans of care. While safeguarding loved ones from virus exposure was a chief concern throughout the pandemic, parents saw that telehealth also gave them the flexibility and convenience to seek continuity of care for their children without even having to leave the comforts of their own home. 

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How Physical Therapy/Exercise Improves Mental Health

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Jessica Shaw

Whether you are dealing with an injury or chronic pain, seeking out physical therapy can improve your mental health as well as your physical strength. A physical therapist not only provides you prescribed exercises that improve function but they also act as a source of encouragement and emotional support. 

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Client Testimonial: Solaris Pediatric Therapy

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Kristin Davis

Located in Houston, Texas, Solaris Pediatric Therapy is a therapeutic facility for children that offers both occupational and physical therapy with a unique, holistic approach. Solaris is built up of talented and adept therapists who seek to bring each and every child tools they need to help them find comfort in everyday life. 

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Occupational Therapy Month #OTMonth Matters

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Melinda Curle

If you didn't know, April is the month to celebrate the occupational therapy (OT) profession. While patients of all ages benefit from occupational therapy for acute and chronic health conditions, many people do not understand what occupational therapists actually do. That is why, having a dedicated month to celebrate OT brings awareness to a discipline that helps so many people lead better lives.

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Client Testimonial: HealthQuest PT

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Kristin Davis

HealthQuest Physical Therapy started out as a shared vision between founders Bill Knight and Stuart Siegner. After practicing together for 8 years, the two embarked on establishing their own practice that would put patient satisfaction and progress at the forefront of each and every service. 

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March Into Advocacy | Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

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Kristin Davis

March is a significant month for our disabled friends, family, and neighbors. Not only will this year mark the 34th anniversary of Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month (March, 1987), but it will also be the 9th ever officially observed World Down Syndrome Day (March, 21st).

Join us in celebrating the lives of those with down syndrome and other developmental disabilities in an effort to further advocate for their rights, inclusion and welfare across the globe!

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Patient Innovation Pt 3: Pain Management

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Jessica Shaw

Over 50 million Americans live with chronic pain (1) and each one of their experiences differs from the rest. With pain being the most common and frequent medical symptom, it is important to understand the significance of properly managing and monitoring patients who endure chronic pain conditions like nerve damage, inflammatory diseases and acute injuries. For the third installment of our “Patient Innovation” #rtblogseries we wanted to provide you with some resources about why chronic pain matters and how RPM technology is innovating patient behavior. 

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