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Check out our new class!  Description:  During this weekly one hour class we will focus on strength, balance, flexibility, and endurance using Pilates, Barre, and Yoga techniques. When:  Wednesdays March 7th – April 11th   6:15pm–7:15pm (six classes) Price: $150.00 How to register:  You may call Flex Physical Therapy at (425) 483-4270 or sign up in […]

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Body After Baby

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Childbirth is an incredible experience and the care of a new child frequently takes priority over the mother’s recovery. Many fail to see the all-encompassing impact of pregnancy and childbirth on a woman’s body. During pregnancy, hormones prepare the body for birth by loosening many of the important ligaments in the back and pelvis, therefore […]

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Leaking?

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Let It Flow . . . NOT! Did you know that one in every 3 women is living with urinary incontinence? Most common onset occurs soon after the birth of a child or when we enter menopause. The tragedy behind this statistic is that many women, and sadly, a number of healthcare practitioners, do not […]

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The Graston Technique® effectively breaks down scar tissue and reduces inflammation that causes pain and restricted mobility. Used by therapists, the stainless steel instruments comb over and “catch” on fibrotic tissue, which immediately identifies areas of restriction. The instruments enable clinicians to treat soft tissue lesions with the depth, pressure and specificity necessary to affect the […]

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  Wednesday, January 08, 2014  – by Stop Sports Injuries Kinesiotaping has been around for more than 25 years assisting the sports medicine practitioner in the areas of pain management, sports performance, physical therapy and athletic training.  This taping method was designed to facilitate the body’s natural healing process while allowing support and stability to the muscles […]

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Here is an interesting article I came across that talks about this trend we are seeing in our young athletes. Worth a read. -Diane   By GRETCHEN REYNOLDS Sometimes physicians will notice a medical trend well before science confirms its existence. That has been the case with injuries to the anterior cruciate ligament, the main […]

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