Celebrations!

 

Celebrations!

Post by Beth Collier, PT, DPT, OCS Exciting things are happening around Motion Stability and I would like to use my monthly blog to do things a bit differently and celebrate our happenings with you as part of our Motion Stability family! Many of you may recall SNOWMAGEDDON in Atlanta earlier this year, which left us all stranded in our homes… or on the side of the road… or a random stranger’s home or a hotel. For us as Motion Stability, we utilized our time home at the start of a new year to discuss many of our goals for the upcoming year as a group. One of our goals was to further develop our expertise as a clinic in…

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Runners Clinic at Weststride (October 20th)

On October 20th (11am – 2pm), Beth Collier and Maggie Gebhardt, physical therapists from our team at Motion Stability, will be teaching and participating in a runners’ clinic at Weststride Running Store – 3517 Northside Parkway #11, Atlanta, GA 30327. This clinic will be co-hosted by Brooks Running Shoes. Maggie and Beth will be teaching two foam rolling clinics at 11:30am and 12:30pm and will be on hand to give out pointers throughout the day. Brooks will also be present for gait analysis and shoe fitting. Contact the store to reserve your spot! 404-467-1010 or visit www.weststride.com   _________________________ Medical Disclaimer: Motion Stability has created and compiled the content on its websites for your information and use. This information is not…

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Old Ankle Injuries & Your Back Pain

Many patients with ongoing back, hip, or knee pain often forget how much their old ankle sprains from high school can be a cause of their current symptoms. Patients disregard it, thinking “Oh – it swelled up pretty good back then, but it doesn’t bother me now.” Even if an old ankle sprain doesn’t bother you currently, did you know that the swelling you experienced in your ankles years ago have turned into scar tissue and therefore now makes the ankle joint more stiff? This is important because our ankles/feet are vital in most functional and sports activities. They hold your body weight and determine whether or not you have will have proper joint and muscle functionality. Whenever the ankle…

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