Combat Athletes and Physical Therapy


This podcast features ThriveAgain Physical Therapy and Wellness' Jessica Probst PT, DPT, MTC, SMAC and Kirstin Schmidt, a nutritional and martial arts coach and former professional MMA fighter. We start focusing on physical therapy at minute 20, and Jessica starts sharing functional tips you can use right away at minute 25:30. Listen to the

Combat Athletes and Physical Therapy2023-03-10T01:57:33+00:00

What’s the link between persistent pain and cognitive health?


Julie Wendt, a licensed nutritionist practicing at GW Center for Integrative Medicine, provides her insights and key strategies to avoid persistent pain and cognitive decline. -- A recent article published last year titled “Association Between Persistent Pain and Memory Decline and Dementia in a Longitudinal Cohort of Elders”, Whitlock et al revealed a relationship between

What’s the link between persistent pain and cognitive health?2018-09-19T01:59:55+00:00

Open House!


Please join us on September 28, 2017 for wine, refreshments and a raffle for free services and goods at our new location! This event will be supporting the DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence. We will be displaying work of local artist Alison Lee Schroeder, which will be available for sale to benefit the DC Coalition

Open House!2017-09-13T01:55:51+00:00

Coming Soon!


An in-depth look at all the exercises featured in the Fight! Magazine cover story "7 Moves to Knock Out Pain Fast!"

Coming Soon!2013-03-25T13:55:30+00:00

Research Update: Clam Exercises are still a winner!


A recent article in the Journal of Orthopedics and Sports Physical Therapy used electromyography to test what exercises best targeted the gluteal muscles (the good guys), while minimizing activation of the tensor fascia lata (the muscle that makes your IT band tight and your outer knee hurt).  The winners?  Clams, bridges, squats, side-stepping and all

Research Update: Clam Exercises are still a winner!2013-02-20T11:21:05+00:00
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