Welcome to our first newsletter!
We would like to send monthly newsletters to give health and wellness advice as well as keep you up to date with what’s going on here at Active Physical Therapy!
First things first: Thank you!
We would like to thank all of you who have gone to our recent Spring events. We’ve done running clinics, shoe talks, and kinesiotaping sessions, oh my! If there’s anything you would be interested in us doing a workshop, or have other suggestions let us know! We are always looking for ways to improve and help our patients!
On our new website you may have noticed we have an option to pay online. You may have also noticed that it doesn’t work… but it will work soon! Stay tuned to when we catch up to the 21st century 😉 In the meantime, check out our section of exercise videos here.
On our next newsletter, stay tuned for more engaging content including common exercise myths, helpful health tips, and upcoming events!
New Summer Students
The spring semester has come to a close and we said goodbye to Kevin O’Brien, Taryn, and Matt, as they move on to bigger and better things! Now that summer is here, we welcome three new interns and one new Physical Therapy student.
Our three interns are all from The Ohio State University, while our DPT student is from the University of Dayton. If you stop in, make sure to say hello to Alyssa, Lauren, Francesca, and Safiyeh!
Dr. Kevin Do, PT is “coach”
Dr. Kevin Do is coaching the Franklin County Board of Disability Special Olympics Powerlifting team for the second straight year, this year as the head coach. Come check out these amazing athletes as they compete against teams from all over Ohio in the State Special Olympics Power Lifting meet at The Ohio State University on Saturday June 24th, from 8:30 am to 4 pm. Good luck to all the athletes participating! Go Flyers!
Kat’s Challenge of the Month
Kat’s challenge of the month is to plan your workouts! Print out a calendar for June and plan your workouts. It takes the guesswork out of it completely. Whatever your goals; gain endurance or strength, athletic performance or overall health, it’s a lot easier to be consistent to exercise when it’s already planned for a specific time that works for you! Kat is planning on running a half marathon in July and has the next 8 weeks planned!
The results are in!
At Active Physical Therapy we are committed to providing quality care. Now we have the availability of outcomes to prove it. Across the board, our patients get better and see more improvements in function and decreases in pain compared to other physical therapy clinics!
Thanks for reading- let us know if you have any suggestions for future newsletters!