Pivot Physical Therapy

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Pivot Physical Therapy is a top provider of physical therapy, occupational therapy, aquatic therapy and sports medicine services with more than 150 locations throughout the east coast. Its staff is comprised of the region’s most reputable clinicians who specialize in athletic injuries, general orthopedics, post-operative care, total joint rehab, spine care, hand therapy, industrial rehabilitation

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11/29/2016

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10/03/2016

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News

Tomorrow, Monday, October 3, 2016 Maryland Physical Therapy will join forces with Pivot Physical Therapy, a leading provider of physical therapy in the Mid-Atlantic region.

After 13 years of successful private practice, it’s been decided to utilize the strength, commitment, and operational excellence of a larger clinical partner. While the name will change on the front door, the same great team of providers will still be on hand to help our patients get back to moving better, feeling better, and living better. It’s been a great run, but it’s time to enlist the help and support of a great partner, Pivot Physical Therapy. We’ve had 13 years of being able to serve a wonderful patient population in the Glen Burnie area, and for that, we are forever grateful.

It should be noted that Maryland Physical Therapy couldn’t have made it this far without the help of great team-mates like: Eric Myers, Stacie Bock, Marie Andachter, Beth Webster, Ashley Fogarty, Michele Battinelli, Kristy Green, Danielle Zimmerman, and awesome support staff like: Brad Hanson, Gina Misuraca, Sara Saunders, Alyssa Diaz, Abigail Will, Tony Camponeschi, Shawn Zahir, Michelle Sentinella, Kevin Kelleher, Tapiwa Kandemiri, Logan Goodspeed, Suhail Sikka, Jordan Brill, Becky Berger, and Cathy Kamosa. Of course, there are so many more who helped us along the way, but it’s easy to see we’ve grown and while each team-mate, past and present, truly deserves his or her own accolades, suffice to say each person brought something to the practice and made us great in their own special way. What a gift each one of you has been.

Moving forward, as Pivot Physical Therapy, we hope to carry our great past into the future and be a part of something bigger and better. We’re all looking forward to a brand new day.

www.marylandpt.net 10/03/2016

Exercise leads to many improvements for patients with shoulder pain

www.marylandpt.net Approximately half of shoulder pain patients are treated by a physical therapist

Shoulder pain is very common, with some reports claiming that as many as 26% of adults currently have it to some degree. About half of all patients with shoulder pain are referred to a physical therapist and treated…

[10/02/16]   Tomorrow, Monday, October 3, 2016 Maryland Physical Therapy will join forces with Pivot Physical Therapy, a leading provider of physical therapy in the Mid-Atlantic region.

After 13 years of successful private practice, it’s been decided to utilize the strength, commitment, and operational excellence of a larger clinical partner. While the name will change on the front door, the same great team of providers will still be on hand to help our patients get back to moving better, feeling better, and living better. It’s been a great run, but it’s time to enlist the help and support of a great partner, Pivot Physical Therapy. We’ve had 13 years of being able to serve a wonderful patient population in the Glen Burnie area, and for that, we are forever grateful.

It should be noted that Maryland Physical Therapy couldn’t have made it this far without the help of great team-mates like: Eric Myers, Stacie Bock, Marie Andachter, Beth Webster, Ashley Fogarty, Michele Battinelli, Kristy Green, Danielle Zimmerman, and awesome support staff like: Brad Hanson, Gina Misuraca, Sara Saunders, Alyssa Diaz, Abigail Will, Tony Camponeschi, Shawn Zahir, Michelle Sentinella, Kevin Kelleher, Tapiwa Kandemiri, Logan Goodspeed, Suhail Sikka, Jordan Brill, Becky Berger, and Cathy Kamosa. Of course, there are so many more who helped us along the way, but it’s easy to see we’ve grown and while each team-mate, past and present, truly deserves his or her own accolades, suffice to say each person brought something to the practice and made us great in their own special way. What a gift each one of you has been.

Moving forward, as Pivot Physical Therapy, we hope to carry our great past into the future and be a part of something bigger and better. We’re all looking forward to a brand new day.

www.marylandpt.net 09/28/2016

Recipe Wednesday - Strawberry Banana Yogurt Parfait

www.marylandpt.net Looks good AND tastes good!Click here for this simple recipe!

www.marylandpt.net 09/27/2016

Tip Tuesday - Pain

www.marylandpt.net Pain is one of the most common symptoms that may lead someone to seek the help of a physical therapist or other health care professional. Click here for more information on Pain

www.marylandpt.net 09/26/2016

Meme Monday

www.marylandpt.net Your physical therapist has had an incredible education and will treat your needs well! For more information, click here!

www.marylandpt.net 09/23/2016

Patients with lasting LBP often have weak muscles around hip

www.marylandpt.net Variety of exercise interventions typically recommended for these patients

Low back pain (LBP) has recently become the largest cause of disability throughout the world. There are many ways in which LBP can be treated, but current guidelines show strong evidence to support exercise as one of the…

www.marylandpt.net 09/22/2016

Therapeutic Thursdays - Skiing Preparation Program

www.marylandpt.net Before you do these or any other exercises, consult your physical therapist. Click here for this helpful video: Skiing Preparation Program!

www.marylandpt.net 09/20/2016

Tip Tuesday - Knee Pain

www.marylandpt.net Knee pain can be caused by disease or injury. Knee pain can restrict movement, affect muscle control in the sore leg, and reduce the strength and endurance of the muscles that support the knee. Click here for more information on Knee Pain

marylandpt.net 09/19/2016

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09/17/2016

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www.marylandpt.net 09/16/2016

Patients with painful conditions have poorer physical fitness

www.marylandpt.net Increasing physical activity levels can help reduce symptoms

The health benefits of regular physical activity and good physical fitness seem to be countless. Some of these include better respiration, increased strength and a reduced chance of developing diseases and other painful conditions. Data…

09/16/2016

Consider physical therapy first to treating pain

09/15/2016

September is Opiod Awareness Month. Why not choose physical therapy as the safer alternative to treating pain?

09/14/2016

Choose Physical Therapy for Safe Pain Management

Increased opioid use has created a national health crisis. For safe long-term pain relief, choose physical therapy. To learn more, visit MoveForwardPT.com/Ch...

apta.org 09/14/2016

FDA Clears First Device Specifically Designed to Assess Function After Concussion

apta.org Monday, September 12, 2016FDA Clears First Device Specifically Designed to Assess Function After Concussion The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given its first-ever clearance for marketing of devices designed to help clinicians assess cognitive function immediately after a suspected brain…

www.marylandpt.net 09/14/2016

Recipe Wednesday - Chayote Salad With Lemony Hot Sauce

www.marylandpt.net Ready to turn the heat up with this healthy dish?Click here for this yummy recipe!

www.marylandpt.net 09/13/2016

Tip Tuesday - Osteoporosis

www.marylandpt.net Osteoporosis is a common disease that causes a thinning and weakening of the bones. Click here for more information on Osteoporosis

www.marylandpt.net 09/12/2016

Meme Monday

www.marylandpt.net Did you know that you can still play sports even if you have trouble with your mobility? Check out these Adaptive Sports! For more information, click here!

www.marylandpt.net 09/08/2016

Therapeutic Thursdays - Abdominal Strengthening

www.marylandpt.net Before you do these or any other exercises, consult your physical therapist. Click here for this helpful video on Abdominal Strengthening!

www.marylandpt.net 09/06/2016

Tip Tuesday - Lateral Collateral Ligament Sprain

www.marylandpt.net Lateral collateral ligament (LCL) sprain occurs when the ligament on the outer side of the knee is overstretched. Click here for more information on Lateral Collateral Ligament Sprains

09/02/2016

September is National Opiod Awareness Month. Why not choose the safer way to manage pain-Physical Therapy

www.marylandpt.net 09/01/2016

Rehab leads to better overall outcomes than surgery for athletes

www.marylandpt.net Long-lasting injury is common in soccer, Australian rules football and ice hockey

Athletic groin pain (AGP) is general term used to describe any chronic (long-lasting) injury to the groin area, which is at the junction of the torso and leg, in physically active individuals. AGP has become more…

www.marylandpt.net 08/31/2016

Recipe Wednesday - Baked Pork Chops

www.marylandpt.net Try this tasty dish with steamed veggies! Click here for the recipe!

www.marylandpt.net 08/30/2016

Tip Tuesday - Osteopenia (Low Bone Mass)

www.marylandpt.net Osteopenia, now called low bone mass, is a term used to describe lower-than-normal bone density or thickness. Click here for more information on Osteopenia (Low Bone Mass)

www.marylandpt.net 08/29/2016

Meme Monday

www.marylandpt.net Click here for some important information on the difference between soreness and pain!

www.marylandpt.net 08/25/2016

Therapeutic Thursdays - Thigh Strengthening with Therapeutic Ball

www.marylandpt.net Before you do these or any other exercises, consult your physical therapist. Click here for this helpful video: Thigh Strengthening with Therapeutic Ball!

www.marylandpt.net 08/23/2016

Tip Tuesday - Low Back Pain

www.marylandpt.net At any given time, about 25% of people in the United States report having low back pain within the past 3 months. Click here for more information on Low Back Pain

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501 Fairmount Ave., Ste. 302
Towson, MD
21286
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