Physical Therapy and Down Syndrome

Children who are born with Down Syndrome face many challenges throughout life, especially those of the physical nature. What many people don’t realize, is how difficult it is for them to overcome these challenges. Some characteristics of Down Syndrome include...
Meet our New Therapists!

Meet our New Therapists!

There are some exciting things going on at RPT! We are pleased to welcome three new physical therapists to our team. We’re confident that as you work with them, you’ll be able to see real results and progress throughout your physical therapy journey. Get to know the...

RPT Scholarship Winners 2018

Each year, RPT gives scholarships to each of the high schools for which we provide sports medicine services. 1-2 students are chosen to receive the scholarship from each school based on certain criteria. Criteria includes: grades, financial need, and interest in the...
Cycling for Physical Therapy

Cycling for Physical Therapy

Cycling is a great way to incorporate exercise into your life from young to old age. It’s a relatively light weight-bearing activity, which makes it a popular form of exercise for many. Before you pick up cycling as a new hobby, make sure to visit a physical therapist...
Running Gait

Running Gait

Running is a favorite hobby of many and is a great way to keep yourself in shape as you age. While many people are able to keep up with this hobby with only minor aches and pains, some people develop serious injuries that slow their progress down and affect their...
Ankle Sprains and Physical Therapy

Ankle Sprains and Physical Therapy

Of all sports injuries in the United States, 45% are ankle sprains. Though common, these types of injuries can severely impact your day-to-day activities. Not to mention, they can be downright painful. An ankle sprain is an injury that impacts the ligaments...

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