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Axes Physical Therapy
We are thrilled to announce the addition of Brian Freund, DPT, CMPT, TPS, MBA to the Axes Family! Brian is a native of St. Charles County and he will begin seeing patients this week in St. Peters, MO. Brian attended undergraduate and graduate school at Rockhurst University in Kansas City,...
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Union Missouri
We are pleased to announce the Grand Opening of our 9th clinic in Union, MO! Mike Faris, PT, CMPT, will direct the clinic. Mike is a physical therapist with nearly 20 years of experience, with specialization in the management of orthopedic, sports, work-related and post-surgical conditions. Whether you’ve been injured...
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upper extremity injury
Do you sit behind a desk for hours at a time? If so, you don’t have to suffer through neck aches, back pain, sore wrists and numb fingertips! Proper office ergonomics can help reduce stress and strain on joints, allowing you to make it through your work day pain-free and...
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Knee Pain
March Madness has come to it’s conclusion and it was a great tournament this year. It’s always amazing to see how these players bodies can withstand months of practice and intense games, while my knees hurt after playing a little one-on-one with my husband and kids. There’s an explanation behind...
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Occupational Therapy
The saying goes, “April showers bring May flowers.” As an avid gardener, I look forward to April as the warmer spring weather leads to flowering dogwoods, the beautiful pink blooms of the redbud trees, cheery yellow daffodils popping up, and the return of hummingbirds. I also love April because it...
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Hand injuries
With the warmer days comes more outside activities and the need to start working in the yard again after a long break. Many of us find ourselves cleaning up the winter yard debris that has collected over the past several months.  Here are some helpful hints to protect your hands...
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hand therapy
Occupational Therapy (OT) began just over 100 years ago when US soldiers returned from World War I with injuries that kept them from performing daily activities. OT’s (or rehabilitation aides as they were first called) began helping soldiers return to a more normal way of life through activity-based rehabilitation. We...
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running injury
Spring is here…still. I am thankful for the gorgeous days and warmer temperatures. These beautiful spring days we have been experiencing in St. Louis have given us perfect running weather and upcoming spring races are closer than we realize. With the St. Louis Go! Marathon Weekend only 2 weeks away,...
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sports rehabilitation specialty services
Spring is here…I can feel it. Longer days, rising temperatures, flowers blooming and, March Madness taking over my television for the next 3 weeks. After the winter we’ve had, I can honestly say that I have spring fever. As spring arrives, we’re all itching to get outside to exercise, play...
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physical therapist leg stretch
It’s a common scenario…   Busy physical therapist in an outpatient setting   Multiple therapists at each location and between locations   Patient arrives for their initial evaluation…sees “therapist A”   On second visit, patient arrives and finds out they’re scheduled with “therapist B”   On third visit, patient arrives and finds out they’re scheduled...
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