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07 Apr

Heel Pain for Runners

Your heel pain maybe be a result of poor ankle mobility.  Try this self test to see if your ankle motion is normal. Limited ankle motion can be the cause of your heel pain, whether it is at your achilles region or the bottom of your heel at your plantar fascia.  Limited ankle motion causing […]

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01 May

A tight ankle can cause foot, ankle, knee, hip, back pain.

Do you have hip pain, knee pain, or foot ankle pain?  Are you having a hard time resolving it?  Can’t figure it out.  Well guess what.  Your problem may be tight ankle or limited dorsiflexion…and it is often missed, by even the most skilled health care professionals. We see many people who have unsolved back […]

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05 Dec

Trigger Point Dry Needling

What is the buzz about Dry Needling? Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN) decreases your pain and muscle tension, while improving your movement, without medication. A relatively “New to Vermont” technique to decrease pain, eliminate knots, tension and improve Range of Motion without medication… We were the first PT clinic to introduce Dry Needling to Vermont […]

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