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Lisa K. Walker-Torgenrud, MOTR/L, CHT
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Mommy Triad is the occurrence of pre and post-partum overuse syndromes including tendinitis, carpal tunnel and trigger finger. Contact us, today, for a free injury screen.

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Julie Mahler, MS, Rd, CD
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This is a nice change from the ordinary grilled chicken. This is excellent served with pita bread, a garlicky tzatziki and a Greek salad. Recipe provided by AllRecipes.com.

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Football season is in full swing! Gametime brings touchdown passes along with a rise in sports injuries. Due to the constant change of direction combined with the collision of players on the field by far the most common football injuries are to the kne

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Benjamin M. Boyle, DPT, PES, CSCS,
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Xavier Henshaw plays football and lacrosse for Kamiak High School and has worked with IRG performance for over 4 years. After completing physical therapy at SPT – Everett he went on to work with Ben Fuchs, PES, WITS of IRG’s Sports Performance Program,

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Ben Fuchs, PES, WITS
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The IRG Sports Performance team may seem like a bit of an enigma with their love for color coordinated workout gear, tall Nike socks and well-groomed hair, but their role is vital to creating lasting relationships within our communities. We spent a day

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Andrea Wood, PT, DPT, Clinic Director
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Complimentary Injury Screens Available! 

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Young Jee Filer, PT, DPT, OCS, Clinic Director & Lauren Scantland, PT, DPT, CSCS
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If you are just starting to train, or getting back into your regular workout routine this fall after a busy summer it is important to enter your activity safely. A gait analysis can help you enter your sport without pain to help assess the way your bod

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School has started and with it comes a new season of fall sports. Whether your kids are playing a high impact sport like football or a low impact sport like swimming there is a chance for injury. The severity of injuries can vary but familiarizing your

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Andrea Wood, PT, DPT
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Kaiser Permanente Washington
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You’ve probably had many cold and flu viruses of varying severity. But you may still be surprised by just how badly a cold or flu virus makes you feel. And you may not remember what treatments work best or when to see a doctor. From prevention to treat

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