We are very proud to announce that Marissa Reilly, DPT of Cioffredi & Associates in Lebanon has completed her Certified Mulligan Practitioner (CMP) certification.  Marissa leads up our Sports Performance Program and adds this certification to her existing qualifications as a Physical Therapy Doctorate, Athletic Trainer, and Strength and Conditioning Specialist.

What is The Mulligan Concept?

The Mulligan Concept is an advanced set of specific manual therapy skills geared towards joint treatment when pain and range of motion are involved. It is especially helpful for the spine with immediate and usually long-standing reductions in pain, and improved function/ROM.  The basic concept is that, by applying an appropriate force to an affected joint while a patient moves in the direction of pain, it will eventually reduce pain and improve motion. Learn more about the Mulligan Certification here.

By acquiring this certification, Marissa becomes one of four CMPs in the state of NH and is now regularly utilizing Mulligan mobilization with movement concepts into her treatments with clients. Please join us in congratulating her on this great achievement!

Our Team

Two PTs Acquire Advanced Orthopedic Certifications

Our Commitment to Education

 


In this issue…

✓ The Horse Whisperer: Building Positive Relationships

✓ Spring Sport Preparation: PT Gives You the Edge

✓ In Their Own Words: Success Stories from Our Patients

✓ What is Vertigo? It’s All in Your Head!

✓ Overcoming Opiods: Managing Your Pain

✓ A Special Invitation to Grantham’s First Birthday

 

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Snow Covered Fairways are Starting to Thaw. Mud Season is Here!

The antsy golfer has their clubs packed for their annual golfing trip down south. Is your body prepared to jump back into activities and movements it hasn’t performed the entire offseason?

Start your season off on the right foot with our staff of highly trained Physical Therapists! We specialize in working with all levels of golfers and can help you get a jump start on the season.

During your Golf Evaluation, your Physical Therapist will focus on sport specific strength, flexibility, stability, and overall movement to develop a comprehensive treatment and maintenance plan to keep you going the entire season.

Give us a call to schedule your Golf Evaluation!

 

Sports Performance & Rehabilitation

Staying Fit on the Fairway