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Physical Therapy & Injury Specialists



October 2012

In This Issue
FREE Classes and Lectures
Interesting Facts About PT



Happy October to you! October is National Physical Therapy Month and we are excited to share some special surprises with you this month. See below for some free classes and lectures during October. We hope you can join us!





We will provide a FREE TRX class on October 16th from 4:30-5:30pm at the Meridian Business Loop clinic (9570 South Kingston Ct, Suite 300, Englewood). To learn more about TRX, click here.

Space is limited so please call 303-792-7379 to reserve your spot. 



FREE Lecture on "Aging Well & Physical Therapy" 

on OCTOBER 24 

We will present a FREE lecture on Aging Well and Physical Therapy on October 24 from 5:00-6:-00pm at the Meridian Business Loop clinic (9570 South Kingston Ct, Suite 300, Englewood). 

Space is limited so please call 303-792-7379 to reserve your spot.

FREE Lecture on "Dizziness and Balance Issues" on OCTOBER 30 

We will present a FREE lecture on issues relating to Dizziness and Balance issues in the elderly and what treatment options are available on October 30 from 1:30-2:30pm at the Pearl Street clinic (3601 South Pearl Street, Suite 200, Englewood).  

Space is limited so please call 303-757-1554 to reserve your spot.





The biggest muscle in the body is the gluteus maximus (buttocks muscle).  

A common injury related to this muscle is myofascial pain, which can be treated with manual therapy, stretching and strengthening exercises.


We are all born with all the muscle fiber we will ever have. 

Make sure you take care of each and every one of them!  We are here to help.  


There are  human tongue consists of 16 separate muscles.  

We don't treat the tongue, but we can educate you while using OUR 16 muscles.


Your hands have 20 muscles.  

Our therapists will help you make sure all 20 are functioning correctly.


The sartorius muscle is the longest muscle in the body.  

This muscle runs from the hip area diagonally across the thigh to the inside of the knee.  It helps flex the knee in activities such as walking and to rotate the leg.  If an injury occurs to this area, we can help return you to your daily activities.


There are 52 bones in a foot. 

Injuries to the foot can be debilitating. Stress fractures, tarsal tunnel and heel spurs can be treated by your PT team.  


Humans and giraffes have the same number of bones in their necks. 

Giraffe neck vertebrae are just much, much longer. We don't treat giraffes but we are experts on human neck conditions.


The hand has 27 bones, 8 of which are in the wrist. 

Hand injuries account for nearly 10% of hospital emergency department visits. If you have a hand injury, whether traumatic or overuse, our experienced therapists can help.


Thank you for your interest in health and wellness. We believe Staying Active is important for WORK.SPORT.LIFE. 

If you like this newsletter, please send to friends and family and have them subscribe. If there is a topic you would like us to include in a future issues, please let us know.


Have a great October and don't forget to join us for our celebration of National PT Month!


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