Salt Lake City and the Pro Bono Network

Everywhere you turn there are views of snowcapped mountains!  Want to go for a run?  Good luck finding a stretch without a significant hill! Slightly west of Philadelphia, snuggled in the Northern part of Utah, Salt Lake City is a sight to see...


 

2019 Full Range Scholarship

Monday, December 24th was a unique day at Full Range!  For the 2nd year, we have worked with the Community YMCA of Eastern Delaware County to provide 2 swimmers with a $250 scholarship, called the Full Range Scholarship!


 

If I Only Knew…

“If I only knew…” -A common statement from our patients. A typical day can be filled with stress, distractions and obligations. It is easy to get overwhelmed with… well, life.  Sometimes you just have to “keep it simple.”


 

Dancing and Performing Arts Physical Therapy

Some sports, such as football, baseball, hockey, golf, etc…, are always in the spotlight and are commonly recognized to have injuries and specific programming to return the field.  Then there are other sports, list gymnastics, cheerleading, dancing, and the performing...


 

IASTM… What is it?

There has been a lot of buzz about instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, or IASTM, over the last few years!  It seems like every week there are new tools, new brands, and new trainings being developed, with some of the...


 

Powerlifting for Older Adults

What is Powerlifting? Powerlifting is a sport that involves performing three weight lifting movements (Squat, Bench Press, and Deadlift) during a competition. A competitor’s goal is to lift the maximum amount of weight for one repetition while maintaining strict technique.


 

Movement Based Medicine

In a time when we are hurt, we get a rush of emotions, including fear, anxiety, hesitation, anger, depression, and many more.  It is a unique feeling because we are not quite sure what to do, what we did to...


 

Full Ranger Spotlight- Kelsey Kraynak, PT, DPT

Where did you attend school? Drexel University, 2017 graduate What drove you to want to pursue a career in PT? “ I was an athlete in high school and was always getting injured so I spent a lot of time...