I recently submitted an article to a national resource for physical therapists on a new form of exercise pioneered by Alpine Physical Therapy. I plan to add monthly segments on this and other topics to this national resource, called The PT Project. The aim of this resource is to provide news and information to physical therapists, referral sources, and patients.
I invite you to read this brief introduction to our new exercise method, called CoreAlign®.
Introducing CoreAlign®, a New Way to Expand Rehab and Fitness Services
By Brent Dodge, PT of Alpine Physical Therapy
Riding the wave of a new rehab and fitness trend can put your career or business in the driver’s seat. Take for instance Pilates. I heard of it the 1990s and incorporated it into my treatments in the 2000s. Doing so placed my skill set and PT practice in the forefront, even in a market saturated with PT clinics.
As a PT practice owner, I’m constantly assessing new equipment and technologies. Some come, some go, while others are here to stay.
When two of my clinic managers (Samantha Schoeneman, a PT and a PMA certified Pilates Instructor and Angela Listug-Vap, a Kaiser-Hayward residency trained manual physical therapist and the only Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists in the state that I practice) approached me about a new exercise technology, called CoreAlign® I admittedly wasn’t that intrigued. However, when I considered who was alerting me to this new technology, I determined to assess it seriously.
For the rest of this article and to learn more about The PT Project, click here.
And for more information on CoreAlign®, I invite you to visit my clinic website by clicking here.