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Physical therapy on land and pool here has helped me tremendously because if I were not coming here I would be sitting in the chair at home or going from sitting at home to sitting in the car.
I take my health VERY seriously and because of their efforts I am so much better today. They made all the difference in my world.
My combination of land and water therapy has been working out great – it’s a lot of fun even when it’s exhausting!
I have had a very good experience here and look forward to getting more strength in my core and legs so I can get up more easily.
Tag Archives: Aquatic Therapy
The three previous times I went to South America, I changed planes or spent the night in Miami. This time I was pleased to see there was a 12-hour, non-stop flight from Los Angeles to Sao Paulo. I took it. … Continue reading
Cross-training for your sport in water becomes more and more appealing as the days get hotter during the summer. You can’t always train in the cool early-morning hours or evening, but you may live somewhere that there simply isn’t … Continue reading
What do you remember about your life when you were five years old? I remember running around outdoors, squealing with delight as I rolled down grassy hills, and catching dozens of frogs when it rained. What spine surgeon Dr. Alex … Continue reading
How many doctors do you know who have spent time with U.S. Presidents? How many are so excited about sharks that they fly around the world to scuba dive with them? And how many have been official USA team doctors … Continue reading
Chances are, if you are under 50 and experience sudden, sharp hip pain, you’ll eventually hear the name Jason Snibbe. You may go to an orthopedist in New York, San Francisco, Nashville, Vail, or elsewhere, and you’ll find there’s a … Continue reading
This starts a new series about the Top Doctors of Los Angeles. For the past thirty years, I’ve been interacting with doctors in the L.A. area and helping their patients rehabilitate. The top doctors very quickly rise into view both … Continue reading
This is 2013. Wilt would have LOVED this year – he loved all things 13. Today is his birthday and it’s time once again to honor Wilt and tell more stories of the twenty-eight years I hung out with him. … Continue reading
From 1980 to 1983, Bill Funderburk rowed for Yale in the heavyweight crew boat. The first seat closest to the coxswain is called “Stroke,” and it was Bill’s job in his junior year to hold that first position in one of … Continue reading
Florence Griffith Joyner is the athlete who comes to mind whenever I work with anyone in a pool with a hamstring strain. Florence was nearly sidelined prior to her huge 1988 Seoul Olympics success with a “pulled” or strained hamstring. … Continue reading