Newsletter HUNTSMAN FUNDRAISER Health &Wellness
On June 3rd, 2017, three of our therapists: Lexie Drechsel, PT, Kate Wienman, SLP, and Cara Sengebush, PT all rode 100 miles each for the Huntsman Fundraiser. Megan Marion, OT and Shellee Ager, PT & Director of Rehab, rode 50 miles each. The team goal was to raise $2500 and they exceeded this goal raising $3150 for cancer research for the Huntsman Cancer Institute in Salt Lake City, UT, one of the partners of St. John’s Medical Center. The ride was the
annual Little Red Riding Hood Ride in Logan Utah. Our Rehab Team is looking forward to partnering with St. John’s Medical Center and the Huntsman Cancer Institute as we bring Oncology Rehab and LymphedemaManagement to our campus beginning in July. More to come on these exciting programs!
Newsletter Health &Wellness “4 Easy Stretches To Stay Healthy!”
Many common aches and pains stem from tight muscles and poor movement. We were made to move and today’s lifestyle of sitting in the car, at work and at home, means tighter muscles. In addition, as we age our connective and muscle tissues naturally become stiffer. Therefore, the older you get, the more important a daily stretching routine becomes.
INSIDE: • A PLANK A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AT BAY • PATIENT SUCCESS SPOTLIGHTS • RELIEVE BACK PAIN IN MINUTES OUTPATIENT REHAB CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY DEVELOP INDEPENDENCE SPEECH THERAPY COMMUNICATION & MORE PHYSICAL THERAPY INCREASE PERFORMANCE P.O. Box 10490 555 East Broadway, Suite 100 Jackson, WY 83002 Phone: (307) 739-1864 Fax: (307) 739-1831
The key to good health is to keep your body flexible. This helps your circulatory, respiratory, lymphatic, and musculoskeletal systems. When your tissues are flexible, normal blood and lymphatic fluids circulate the body easier, oxygenatingyour tissuesproperly.Thishelpsyou feel energized, relieves pain, and allows you to perform daily tasks without feeling tired. TETON PT OPEN HOUSE
The bottom picture was taken on June 1st, 2017 at our Open House, which was offered to hospital staff and providers. This was a celebration of our newly remodeled space which is now completed! Wewillbeofferinganopenhouse to thecommunity later this fall in conjunction with the Chamber Of Commerce. We look forward toseeingyouall there!
Ourstaff: TOPROW (LEFTTORIGHT): JessicaRobinson, PTA,MeganMarion,OT,KateWienman,SLP,KaelenArnold, PT,AllenKennedy,PT,ShelleeAger,PT/DirectorofRehab, Kim Zuccato, Front Office, Chris Smithwick, SLP, Cara Sengebush, PT; MIDDLE ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT): Molly McNichol, OT, Emily Mogk, PT, Lindsay Love, PT, Lexie Drechsel,PT,LindsayTolle,PT,KimVaughan,FrontOffice,DiannaMeagher,FrontOffice,JaredMartin,PTA,SandeepBiswas,PT;FRONT ROW (LEFTTO RIGHT): Emma Williams, OT, and Denise Faicco, SLP. www.tetonpt.com
A PLANK A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AT BAY
A plank is a simple exercise that anyone can do to improve their core strength. This exercise helps you strengthen so many of your muscles, guiding them to work together. Your core muscles are vital to the health of your low back and spine. If you suffer from an achy back or neck, then try doing this exercise to feel better. How to do a plank (If you are unsure about doing this exercise, call us first) 1. Start by lying face down. You may want to put a pillow under your abdomen if it is uncomfortable to lie flat. 2. Bring your elbows underneath you, then gently rise up onto your elbows and knees, so that your abdomen is off the floor.
3. Keep your abdomen tucked gently in so that your body is straight without sagging. 4. Try to hold this for 30 seconds if you can. You may feel your muscles shake a little while doing this, which means they are working! 5. It is important to start off with small increments and build over the course of a week as you become stronger. 6. To advance the plank and make it more difficult, lift your knees off the ground, keeping your body straight. 7. Ideally, you should be able to hold this position for 2 minutes 8. You may have some soreness the next day as you are using muscles that have not been worked that way in a while.
For a healthy spine, keep doing your exercises and remember our physical therapists need to see you for a check-up. You see your dentist every 6 months to keep you teeth and gums healthy. Why not your PT? Your physical therapist is the mechanic for your whole body to keep your spine and extremities moving like they should. Detecting a problem early can lead to a simple treatment solution that can save you a lot of pain, and financial burden down the road. Call us today to speak with your therapist about your problem, before it becomes a PROBLEM. You see your doctor every year, your dentist twice a year, when was the last time you saw your physical therapist? 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 drizzled sprinkled with almonds and cheese, and drizzled with Orange-Shallot Dressing.
GRILLED GREEN BEANS 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
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Patient Success Spotlights
Why You Need To Come in For Another Check Up: � Move without pain � Bend and move freely � Balance confidently and securely
“Sandeep was an excellent therapist. My leg and foot was numb and in constant pain. At this point- 2 months later - all my symptoms are gone. EXCELLENT work! GIFTED therapist!” – William C. “Everyone has been great.” – B. Collins “Excellent staff - made me whole again.” – Carol B. “I’ve had Emily and Sandeep, they were fantastic!! The ladies out front were and still are wonderful and professional as ever. Love the staff and the results!” – Joseph M.
� Sit for long periods comfortably � Walk for long distances � Live an active and healthy lifestyle
If you know someone suffering with aches and pains give the gift of health. Refer them to Teton Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation today. Pass along this newsletter or have them call us directly to schedule an evaluation!
CALL TODAY! (307) 739-1864
Relieve Back Pain In Minutes Try this movement if you are experiencing back pain.
4 Simple Ways to Stay Hydrated This Summer
1. Always carry a water bottle, and if you have desk job, always keep one at your desk. If you have a bottle within arms reach, it’s very likely thatyou’llmindlesslysip from it throughout the day, without having to make a conscious effort. 2. When you’re feeling frazzled or hazy, grab a glass of cold water. Studies show that people instantly feel more alert after drinking H2O. It’s a simple, healthy way to snap out of a midday slump.
PRAYER STRETCH While kneeling with an exercise ball in front of you, slowly lean forward and roll the ball forward until a stretch is felt. Hold for 10 seconds and repeat 3 times. Loosens Low Back www.simpleset.net
3. Sip on a mug of herbal tea every evening. If you make this a habit, you’lladdanextracupof fluid toyour tallyeverysingleday.On topof that, this relaxing ritual is a wonderful way to de-stress at the end of the day. 4.Eatadietrich inwholefoods .Byeatingwater-richfoods likevegetables, fruits, and yogurt, you’ll automatically up your fluid intake. On the other hand, processed snack foods like chips, crackers, and baked goods have minimal water content. http://www.everydayhealth.com/columns/johannah-sakimura-nutrition-sleuth/simple- ways-stay-hydrated-this-summer/
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