JaNae StartI have dual credentials as an Athletic Trainer and Strength Coach (ATC/CSCS). Having more than 7 years experience as an AT has helped develop my solid foundation of both assessing and correction of functional movements as a CSCS. Combining the knowledge I have in both of these fields has made me a stronger clinician and programmer. The building blocks of all great athletes include the perfect balance of mobility and functional stability. The main goal as both an AT & a strength coach is to reduce injury rates and increase athletic performance. In my current role, I am able to do both; watching my athletes both overcome injuries and succeed through hard work.



Carolyn MurraryThis blog is sort of a sequel to one of my previous blog posts I wrote on Parkinson’s Disease (PD) a few years back. The one where I talked about how I was watching a Sunday morning news program that was promoting boxing for management of Parkinson’s and how it was motivating me to start working with this population again. Well, nearly 2 years later, I finally became certified in LSVT- BIG for Parkinson’s treatment.



Rebekah GlassRunning is a means to good health for many, it can be a stress reliever for some, or pure enjoyment for those running enthusiasts! As a physical therapist and gait analysis specialist I want to keep runners running healthy and for years to come. However, this population tends to see a high percentage of injuries. So I have a question:

To all the runners out there…Do you strength train?



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The New Way to Resolve

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NewYear2018 CPRAccording to Statistic Brain, 41% of Americans usually make New Year resolutions. However, after six months, less then half of those American’s have maintained their resolutions. While it’s good to make New Year resolutions, accomplishing those resolutions can be daunting and not completing them can be depressing. So how do you succeed at your resolutions to change your health this year? The secret is to change your habits. Whether you want to lose weight, start exercising, or train for a race, use these three tips to retrain your habits and produce lasting changes in your health.



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