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Sean Henry knows a thing or two about how to stay safe and comfortable on the job. As an ergonomic analyst and functional capacity evaluation technician, knowing how to avoid physical stress and strain at work is kind of Henry’s thing. As businesses welcome in the New Year, Henry recently reflected on the various injuries […]

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We have all heard stories of the promising athlete benched for a season or even out for good, because of a torn ACL.  Is there a way to decrease this injury, protect the athlete, and their love of the game?  Maybe.  Screening the athlete and the various muscles surrounding the knee may be the answer. […]

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It’s universally understood that sitting for too long is bad. In fact, medical professionals consider sitting for too long so bad for your health that the American Medical Association adopted a policy recognizing the potential risks of prolonged sitting. That same policy also offered recommendations for alternatives to sitting in offices and work spaces, such […]

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It is possible that your friend, neighbor, or physician has suggested Pelvic Floor Therapy to you in an effort to relieve incontinence.  Surprised? Wondering what just PT for your Pelvic Floor consists of?  Brittany Deuso, PT, DPT provides the answers. What can you do for me/what do you treat? A Pelvic Floor PT can treat […]

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You want me to go to PT for what!? Every day patients walk into the clinic and say, ” It was suggested I come to PT for my pelvic floor, but I am not sure how you can help me.”  Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists are specially trained to treat conditions such as urinary or fecal […]

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Jessica Hairfield, PTA may be a new graduate but she already knows that in the future she would love to specialize in balance, coordination and gait. Jessica was born and raised in Chesterfield and stuck close to home for her education. She went to South University’s Richmond Campus to earn her Associates of Physical Therapist […]

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Kelsey Kessler, PTA  is a recent graduate with the hope of helping her patients reach their goals. She says, “Seeing a patient make progress is the most gratifying reward I could receive.” Kelsey grew up with exposure to physical therapy through her grandfather, a therapist himself.  She also received treatment in high school from a […]

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James-Michael Tayo, PTA is a Virginia Beach man through and through. He grew up there, earned his Associates of Applied Science in Physical Therapy Assisting from South University, and is now on our team in our Kempsville clinic. He enjoys helping patients face to face and since he works out and plays basketball he is […]

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Kyle Leonard, PTA always knew he wanted to have a career in the health field.  He has always been active, and once physical therapy was suggested, he realized his two passions meshed together for the perfect opportunity. Kyle received a B.S. in Neuroscience and a B.S. Psychology at Christopher Newport University. He attended the Medical […]

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Christian “Tyler” Johnson, PTA knows that actively listening to your patients holds the key to better outcomes. He says there is no better feeling than seeing someone push through a mental or physical barrier to complete an activity previously out of range. Originally from Suffolk, Tyler earned his Associates of Applied Science from ECPI University […]

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