Stretch PT & Wellnes - June 2017


Summer reading lists are always popular, but most families rarely have time to have dinner together, let alone sit still reading for hours. Luckily, the ever-growing popularity of audiobooks means you don’t have to wait for school to start again for your kids to get back into literature. Here are a few great audiobooks you can introduce to your family this summer. For the Long Road Trip “The Bad Beginning” (A Series of Unfortunate Events) by Lemony Snicket, read by TimCurry When a terrible fire destroys the Baudelaire mansion, Violet, Klaus, and Sunny find themselves orphans and are sent to live with the terrible Count Olaf. Convinced their awful new guardian is only after their fortune, the Baudelaires must use their intelligence and skills to stick together and (maybe) overcome their sad circumstances. Fans of the Netflix series will love to hear the story that started it all! Who knew such an unfortunate series could mean fun for the whole family?

for, and an unplanned vacation to the Sahara, followed by chaos in King Arthur’s court, is just a one of the hilarious misadventures this family must overcome together.

For Something Entirely New “The Wild Robot” by Peter Brown, read by Kate Atwater When lonely robot Roz opens her eyes for the first time, she finds she’s trapped on a wild island. Struggling to survive and befriend the island’s hostile animal inhabitants, Roz must eventually face her mysterious past, which threatens to tear her home apart. This brand-new book is a stunning tale about the environment, technology, and the wonder of being alive. These are just a few of the many titles your family can enjoy this summer. Find even more by visiting Audible. com or checking the audiobooks catalogue on iTunes.

For Family Bonding “Half Magic” by Edward Eager, read by Words Take Wing

A beloved family favorite since it was first published in 1954, “Half Magic” tells the story of siblings Jane, Mark, Katharine, and Martha, who discover a magic wish-granting coin. They soon realize the coin only grants half of what they wish



“I came to Stretch because I was having heel and ankle pain while running. I had the issues for months prior and could not return to my normal running routines. Stretch diagnosed my specific heel and ankle issues, as well as other imbalances in my hamstrings, hips, and lower back. A plan was implemented that addressed all the issues. Through hands-on techniques and strength training, we made progress every visit. I was able to return to running after a couple weeks of treatment and continue to build my running base each week. Stretch has given me knowledge and exercises to continue my strength and conditioning at home.”

“Everyone who works here has helped me to improve my physical activities. I was in pain when I began, and I very seldom feel that pain now. The exercises have improved my flexibility, strength, and stamina. I had trouble standing for more than a few minutes, and the exercises I was shown have let me be able to stand for much longer. The therapists did manipulation exercises that helped me feel better each time. I appreciated everyone working around my work schedule and showing personal interest in my progress. There is definitely a level of caring that shines through everyone.”

“I came in with upper arm pain from the past two or three months. Stacy diagnosed it as a rotator cuff but not a tear. With stretching and manipulation over a period of six weeks, the pain is gone. I have much more flexibility, and I’m looking forward to golf season starting.”

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–Tom F leckenstei n


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