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Clinician Spotlight: Ryan Casey, PT, DPT, CSCS, SFMA

Ryan Casey is a Staff Physical Therapist at Progress Physical Therapy – University City. He has worked at Progress for a little over a year after the completion of his DPT at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. Not only is Ryan a fantastic clinician, but he is also a certified IRONMAN! Ryan recently […]

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Delaware Ave. Clinic Open House

We are excited to be hosting an open house event at our newest clinic in the Northern Liberties neighborhood of Philadelphia on Thursday, October 25th from 5PM – 8PM. We encourage any and all community members to attend for a chance to tour our brand new facility, meet our clinical team, and enjoy some evening […]

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Update on the Medicare Therapy Cap

Nice overview from the APTA on the recent budget legislation passed in Washington that included a number of healthcare components, specifically, the permanent repeal of the Medicare Therapy Cap… A Permanent Fix to the Therapy Cap

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Newest Clinic on Delaware Ave. in Philadelphia

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We are very excited to announce the recent opening of our newest clinic just off of Delaware Ave. near Penn’s Landing in Philadelphia. This brand new location offers the same great patient experience in a brand new facility that easily accessible via public transportation and has plenty of parking for patients. Our highly experienced patient […]

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The Postural Restoration Institute – Background and Application

I was recently in Lincoln, Nebraska at the Postural Restoration Institute (PRI) to go through their credentialing program. In order to sit for the exam, they require completion of certain courses and an application that includes case studies, articles reviews, and exercise application. In addition, the application reviewers provide feedback and follow up questions that […]

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The Role of a Hand Therapist

The role of a hand therapist is often unknown by many. Hand therapists play pivotal role in the rehabilitation and recovery of patients that are dealing with a variety of upper extremity injuries, diseases, and conditions. The upper extremity region begins at the shoulder and ends at the finger tips The muscles, bones, and joints […]

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