Fyzical: Stay Active & Pain Free


You may need treatment by a physical therapist for arthritis if you are experiencing these symptoms:

I nability to stand or sit comfortably for long periods of time Difficulty getting in and out of bed Inability to walk for at least 20 minutes Joint pain and/or stiffness Unable to enjoy leisure activities Difficulty getting up and down from the floor

We CanHelp Relieve Your HipKnee& LegPain Naturally

Limited ability to exercise Unable to work due to pain Difficulty going up and down steps or curbs


ROBERT W. LUND, DPT Robert W. Lund (Bert) graduated from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in San Diego, California with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2015. During his undergraduate schooling, he studied Kinesiology at California State University San Marcos with an emphasis in Physical Therapy. Bert continues to further his knowledge of human anatomy and biomechanics and in advanced manual therapy coursework and is pursuing specialized certifications to improve his physical therapy skills. He has a passion for manual therapy and vestibular rehabilitation. He enjoys helping patients recover and reach their goals to improve their quality of life. Bert loves the outdoors and spends his free time hiking, running, dirt biking and skiing.


Do You Need Help To Stay Active and Pain Free?


• Finding The INSIDE: Source of Your LegPain • Patient Success Spotlight • What’s Causing My Joint Pain?

Do you suffer from knee, hip or leg pain? You are not alone. CDC studies show that 30% of adults have reported some form of knee, hip or ankle joint stiffness or pain in a 30 day period. Thehipandknee jointsare incrediblemarvelsof the human body. At times they have to withstand up to 6 times your body weight in force.The knee joint is the second most complicated joint in the body and has to move in many directions including forward, backward, side to side and rotation.These different movements are called accessory motions and are needed for normal walking, running and bending. When you experience pain in the side of the hip, groin, thigh or knee, you may have difficulty with these accessory motions. Prolonged sitting, injuries, arthritis and disease can affect accessory motions. With every day use, tissues around the hip and knee joints tighten, leading to a gradual loss of motion. This causes a lot of pressure to build up on specific parts of the joints. When Your Motion is Lost When you lose the movement of the hip, knee or ankle joints, your muscles have to take on the abnormal strain. This leads to common aches and pains experienced by millions of people. Many people feel that medication will help solve their hip, knee or leg pain. While medication can help to decrease inflammation and pain, it cannot address the root cause of the problem. Most pain in the

hip, thigh, knee or leg comes from poor flexibility, strength or coordination. Treating Leg Pain Todeterminethesourceofyour legpainourphysical therapists examine your walking, squatting, joint movement, comparing the strength and mobility of the joints. A comprehensive treatment plan, including special hands on techniques, is made to achieve the fastest relief and the longest lasting results. If you are suffering with hip, knee or leg pain, call us today to learn more how we can eliminate your pain and put a spring back in your step! Look inside to learn more and say good-bye to that aching knee or hip!

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“One who loves, flies, runs, and rejoices; is free and nothing holds them back.” Henri Matisse



Your Pain Could Be Caused By Arthritis Millions of Americans suffer through arthritis pain every day, taking Ibuprofen and stronger medication to numb the pain and address the ongoing inflammation. The definition of arthritis is joint inflammation, however the term has acquired a wider meaning. Arthritis is now used as a generic term for osteoarthritisandotherconditions thataffect joints. The pattern, severity and location of arthritis symptoms can vary depending on the specific form of the disease. Relieving Joint Pain Exercising is important to help reduce joint pain and stiffness. Light to moderate- intensityphysicalactivitycanactuallyprevent a decline in function, even restoring health. However, some people with arthritis may be reluctant to exercise because of joint pain after activity.

Youcantakevariousstepstorelievepain,such as heat and cold therapy, or pain relievers, making it easier for you to exercise and stay active. In addition to physical therapy, choose non–impact exercises such as bicycling, swimming or water exercise. Furthermore, research shows that even modest weight loss combined with exercise is more effective in decreasing pain and restoring function than either weight loss or exercise alone. If you are suffering with arthritis pain, call us today and discover how we can relieve your pain, returning you to a more active, pain-free lifestyle!

Typically, arthritic conditions are characterized by pain and stiffness in and around one or more joints. The symptoms can develop gradually or suddenly. Certain rheumatic conditions can also involve the immune system and various internal organs of the body. Physical therapy is an important part of the ongoing treatment for arthritis. Physical therapy strengthens, stretches and stabilizes musclessurroundingaffected jointsproviding needed support.


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How is your health today? How will it be next year? At FYZICAL we answer these question with an objective measure and a plan to make your health everything you want it to be next year. We live in a world inspired by change for the better. But what happens to our health each year. For most it gets worse. At FYZICAL we developed a comprehensive system to objectively measure your physical

health and wellness. Similar to IQ which measures intelligence, your BodyQ measures your comprehensive physical health with a numerical score so that you can set goals and be a stronger, healthier you next year. It focuses in the categories of movement, strength, function, general health, vision, hearing, balance, and recovery–all the things that slip away with age if you let them. Don’t let them. Get FYZICAL with a BodyQ.

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While sitting, tighten your top thigh muscle to press the back of your knee downward towards the ground. Hold for 30 seconds. Alternate knees and repeat 8 times. Free Mobile Download Go to www.kneebook.net/fyzicalpt for your free download. This is the easiest way to get this information to our patients. Download and share with friends and family today!

Patient Success Spotlight

“I am very happy with the two sessions so far. They are professional and thorough. It is also not as frenetic a place as my last PT experience which had a lot of people stepping over each other.” T.H. I amvery happy! I like the happy feeling there! “Ihavebeen there forover5yearsandhavehadgreatexperienceswith the therapy helping me with my problems. Now I ammostly on maintenance and feel it is very helpful. I like the happy feeling there! :-)” J.M.

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Summer Recipe

Ingredients: • 2 pounds fresh green beans, ends trimmed • 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil • 1/2 cup Marcona almonds • 1/2 cup shaved Parmesan cheese

For the Orange-Shallot Dressing: • 3 tablespoons fresh orange juice • 2 tablespoons minced shallot • 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard • Pinch of kosher salt and ground black pepper • 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil

Directions: 1. Make the Green Beans: Heat grill for direct grilling over medium-high heat. Toss beans with oil and place in grill basket. Grill 6 to 8 minutes or until beans are lightly browned and tender-crisp, stirring occasionally. 2. Meanwhile, make Orange-Shallot Dressing: In small bowl, whisk together orange juice, shallot, mustard, salt and pepper. While whisking, slowly drizzle in oil until all oil is incorporated.

3. Serve green beans sprinkled with almonds and cheese, and drizzled with Orange- Shallot Dressing.

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