Regenerative Physical Therapy and Wellness - October 2019





Fall is widely known as the season of transition. As the trees begin to shed their leaves and the warm summer weather fades to cooler temperatures, it seems everyone starts to embrace change. This year, our physical therapy team is joining in. We are happy to announce we have changed our name from Activcore to Regenerative Physical Therapy and Wellness. “We are happy to announce that we have changed our name from Activcore to Regenerative Physical Therapy and Wellness.” While we’ve been affiliated with the Activcore franchise for quite some time, we decided that, since we share the mission of utilizing natural methods for healing, rehabilitation, and treatment with Regenerative Sport Spine & Spa, it was time the name of our office matches as well! In addition to this much-anticipated name change, we are excited to bring in some new services and tools. One of these is our instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM), which is a manual therapy technique that involves specially designed instruments to assist in detecting and treating areas with chronic inflammation, soft tissue restriction, and scar tissue. This effective new technology will aid us in treating more of the injured population, specifically those who have sustained injuries from automobile accidents — a portion of the local population

for which we are hoping to provide more care. We are also going to be offering therapeutic cupping as a part of this transition as well.

While we are excited to introduce our new name,

tools, and expanded focus for past, current, and future clients,

we want you to know above all else that we will still provide the same personalized appointments with every client who walks through our door. We know that in order for us to provide options for physical rehabilitation and personal training, it’s imperative we spend one-on-one time with our clients to learn their story and how their body functions. I know how important this model of treatment is because I’ve suffered my own fair share of injuries, which led me to work with several physical therapy teams. When I was 19, I was in a snowboarding accident that caused my board to slide right out from under me. As I fell, I landed on my arm, which was outstretched behind me. In excruciating pain, I came down the mountain and discovered that I had dislocated my shoulder. I did some rehabilitation to heal it, but I never really slowed down.

the issues, I’ve gained an empathetic perspective for my clients who come to me for help with their own injuries. When I wounded my shoulder initially, I didn’t think I had any other option but to get surgery. After years of experience working in this field, I’ve realized that so many people share this same mindset. You do have other more-natural healing options, and that’s what the entire Regenerative team can offer. To help us celebrate the unveiling of our new name, we hope you will consider joining us and a number of other local vendors for our upcoming (W)holistic Expo for Life Without Medicine, Surgery, and Debt on Oct. 26. Check inside the newsletter for more details! -Daniel Tribby

Then after two surgeries and hundreds of hours of physical therapy to try and correct



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