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Chloe Murdock joins the Back 2 Motion team after working in orthopedic and sports settings in Boston and Portland, OR, and is uniquely trained as a physical therapist specializing in treating triathletes, runners and cyclists. As an NSCA Certified…
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[one_third last=”no”] Brad Johanson PT, DPT “I think it is important to treat the entire person and not just the problem. There are multiple influences that can be involved with a dysfunction, both mentally and physically. I think it is critical to listen…
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What Every Female Runner Should Know Postpartum

by Dr. Kate Mihevc Edwards I am a mom, a runner and a triathlete. I have the benefit of being a physical therapist (PT) that specializes in treating runners and triathletes and I work in an office with two knowledgeable pelvic health PTs. My son just…
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Please help us support the American Lung Association in the fight for healthy lungs and healthy air. You can help by joining us and participating in the Fight for Air Climb or by making a donation at the link below. 

Your support will help save lives today and keep America healthy tomorrow. Because no one should struggle to breathe.

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How do we assess for weak links in the Triathlete’s Kinetic Chain?

By: Melissa Baudo Marchetti, PT, DPT, SCS, MTC with One on One Physical Therapy Do you have multiple or recurring injuries that seem to not go away? The most common sites of overuse injuries in triathletes are tendon injuries and muscles strains in the…
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If you are like most of my patients no one ever taught you how to run and that was all fine and good until you got injured. If you are having knee pain or simply need help improving your form, physical therapists can be great resources because they are experts in assessing and retraining dysfunctional movement patterns. 

Video gait analysis should be an integral component of a physical therapy evaluation of any runner or triathlete. So what are you waiting for? Let your PT get your “lazy butt” to participate in your next triathlon! 
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A web comic has made the rounds lately about what exercise can be like at different ages. In the first panel, six months of exercise made the youngest person look totally buff. In the second, the same amount of exercise caused the middle-aged person look…
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This beginner mat class series introduces you to the principles of Pilates including breath, elongation, alignment, segmental movement, core control, and coordination. You will learn about your own anatomy as you create balance in your mind and body. The class will include pre-Pilates exercises, as well as beginner exercises from the classical mat sequence. The use of props will be incorporated throughout class to assist movement.
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Now that the polar vortex is really past and spring is really here, you want to take your run from the treadmill to the street. A little cabin fever may have you not considering how your body and shoes may need to prepare for the change in scenery. …
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I was very happy to hear that Atlanta broke the top 10 fittest cities in America in Men’s Fitness Magazine. Granted, we barely made it at the number 9 spot but still, Top 10 Baby! I think that is a testament to this city having active citizens in spite of…
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