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  • Do you have Pain?



    Do you have Pain?

    Do you have Pain? In your Back? Knee? Neck? Shoulder? Hip? Hand? Foot? You DON’T have to live with it! And you DON’T need to live with taking all those pain meds either! Hear from actual ELITE Physical Therapy patient, Crystal Mallet on how she lives without pain now! If ...

  • Dear Abby



    Dear Abby

    Dear Abby, I saw your VIDEO about posture at the work place on the Elite Facebook Page and have incorporated these ideas into my daily routine at work. However, I have noticed that since being home and home schooling my kids due to Covid-19 that I also need to help ...

  • LET’S TALK TURKEY: <br>Tips to Avoid Aches & Pains this Thanksgiving



    Tips to Avoid Aches & Pains this Thanksgiving

    By: Abby LeBlanc, DPT Family, food and festivities . . . the ingredients for great Thanksgiving memories!  But, if you’re not careful, these memories may turn into aches and pains. As we get ready to give thanks and kick-off the extended holiday season, Elite Physical Therapist, Abby Leblanc has some ...

  • Open Letter to Parents of Student Athletes



    Open Letter to Parents of Student Athletes

    By: Marcus Walker, DPT There is a common saying that floats through the sports world, “It’s not IF you get hurt, it’s when and how bad.” Injuries are an inevitable part of playing sports. Some statistics indicate that up to 90% of High School athletes report a sports related injury, ...