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HEALTHY REC I PE

SUMMERTIME STRAWBERRY & BANANA POPSICLES Grab some sun while eating this cool-down snack!

• 1/2 cup vanilla yogurt • 1/2 cup milk • sugar to taste (optional: let the fruit do the work instead!)

Ingredients • 1 pound strawberries, washed and stems removed • 1 large ripe banana

PAT I E N T S U C C E S S S P O T L I G H T

Directions Add thestrawberries,banana,milk,andyogurt to thebowlofa foodprocessor orblenderandblenduntilsmooth.Tasteandaddsugar ifneeded,depending on theripenessofyour fruitandyour tastepreferences.Pour the liquid into popsicle molds (or even paper cups), insert the handles, and freeze until firm, generally overnight. Enjoy frozen the next day.

“After getting in a car accident on March 28th, I tired everything to get rid of my back pain. From chiropractic to massage to physical therapy. Just 3 weeks in with Tony and I am completely pain free! I can now enjoy my yoga practice and exercise, thank you!” - A. M.

Recipe Courtesy of Melissa @ www.blessthismessplease.com

Brace Marching While lying on your back with your knees bent, tighten your stomach by drawing in your belly button close to your spine. Slowly raise up one foot a few inches and then set it back down, and continue as if marching for two minutes. Try not to move your pelvis or back while moving your legs. Drawing in your stomach helps to keep your spine frommoving. Next, perform the same exercise with your other leg. Repeat 10 times. EXERC I SE ESSENT I ALS USE THIS EXERCISE TO STRENGTHEN YOUR CORE

ME E T THE T EAM IAN TRACY, DPT

Ian was raised in Boise, Idaho and attended the University of Idaho where he received a bachelor’s degree in WildlifeResources in2011.Forthenext3 years,hecoachedbasketballand taught P.E.andscienceclassesbeforereturning toschoolattheUniversityofNevada,Las Vegas.Hereceivedhisdoctoratedegree inphysical therapy there in2017before joining Rebound Physical Therapy later

that year. Since then, he has been trained in a variety of manual therapy and functionalmovementcourses inorder toservehispatientswell. Ian and his wife, Melody, have been married for 5 years and enjoy exploring the Idaho outdoors with their little girl, Jovi, and their dog, Jolene. Key Stats & Knowledge • Received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Nevada • Has training in a variety of Manual Therapy and Functional Movements • Graduated from the University of Idaho in 2011 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Wildlife Resources • Has experience coaching basketball and teaching P.E. and Science classes

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