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Tennis elbow isn’t just for tennis players (updated Oct. 2020)

Oct29th 2020

As we head into late fall and winter,  you may find yourself with lingering elbow pain, maybe from working from home for months without an ergonomic setup or maybe from too much gardening while you’ve been staying socially distant. That twinge of pain may be tennis elbow. But don’t let the name fool you –

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Jun1st 2020

Our COVID-19 Protocols:Committed to the safety of our patients and clients

We are committed to the safety of our patients and staff and are following all required guidelines from the CDC and King County regarding COVID-19 safety protocols and procedures. Below, we’ve outlined our current policies and procedures. These are subject to change as guidelines are revised. If have you any concerns or questions, don’t hesitate to call or email

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October is National Physical Therapy Month: Discover the physical therapy benefits!

Oct1st 2019

by Dr. Carly Catanese, PT, DPT, DMT, MEd We wanted to talk about some of the many physical therapy benefits. It’s a perfect time since October is National Physical Therapy Month! You might be asking, what is physical therapy? Who benefits from it? What exactly are the benefits? Read on for the answers! What is

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How to stay injury-free while walking your dog

Aug21st 2019

by Heidi Blackie, MOT, OTR/L, CHT  As a therapist who has treated multiple patients with a range of upper extremity injuries from walking their dogs, and as an owner/trainer of a squirrel-crazed dog, I thought it might be helpful to make some suggestions to keep people safer while walking their dogs.  When walking your dog, there

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Occupational Therapy Month – Busting Common OT Myths

Apr3rd 2019

by Heidi Blackie, Occupational Therapist / Certified Hand Therapist  Occupational therapy is often misunderstood. In fact, many people don’t know how OT can help you with the activities you do every day. Here are some of the biggest myths about OT. Myth #1: Occupational Therapy is for workplace injuries This is one of the biggest

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Jun4th 2013

Elbow pain treatments (cortisone shots vs. physical therapy) (pain mitigation vs. healing / repair)

If you’ve been hit with the pain of climber’s elbow you are probably wondering how to get over it as fast as possible. Cortisone shots may have been offered by your doctor. Cortisone shots can be magical in getting rid of elbow pain…for a short time. It’s great to be pain free, but it’s not

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