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September Newsletter

In this issue… ✓ Therapeutic Alliance: Genuine or Just a Technique? ✓ Clinical Commitment with Kate Leiser ✓ In Their Own Words ✓ Backpack Safety Guide ✓ Dancing Queen’s Comeback ✓ Fall Sports Performance Plan    

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July Newsletter

In this issue… ✓ Our Future Health: It’s the Kids! ✓ Sustainable Aging with Ralph Hoehn ✓ In Their Own Words ✓ Gardening Tips for Hurting Hands ✓ Kate’s Journey  

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Kate’s Journey

When Kate Martin-Bonhaus first came to us, she was suffering from years of chronic pain and depression. “This winter, I didn’t think I was going to make it out. I was really having to push myself through lots of things…you feel edgy and angry because you hurt. And you’re not […]

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Desk Ergonomics 101

Work-related musculoskeletal injuries are one of the leading causes of missed work days. In 2012, private industry employers reported nearly 3 million work-related injuries and illnesses and that number has only sky-rocketed since.  

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Spotlight on Randy Richardson

Randy Richardson is the Developmental Director of the Upper Valley Trails Alliance. We are truly honored to have him join us in the upcoming Hiking for Health community event.

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Final Push to Open

Expanding to Serve You Better at 151 Route 10 North, Grantham, NH    With April 30 being our opening day, we’re hard at work putting finishing touches on our new space.   We truly feel that the warm and open atmosphere in our new clinic reflects the quality and care […]

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Choose PT for Back Pain First

Biased Back Pain

One way PTs diagnose low back pain is to recognize its bias. Billy explains flexion vs. extension bias.

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