Archive for October, 2014

South County Physical Therapy, Inc. staff strides with their patients

HAMPTON, NH _ The number of people who run throughout the world today continues to grow. In fact, according to the Running USA, since 2003 half-marathons (13.1 miles) are sited as the fastest growing road race distance in the United States.

With the number of runners continuing to rise, it’s no surprise that more people are turning to physical therapists to treat mild and severe injuries that stem from running.


Kristen Greene

1. How many years have you been practicing Physical Therapy?
This is my first year practicing Physical Therapy. I graduated this May from Northeastern University. I completed my clinical rotation with SCPT, so I’ve been here a while.

2. Why did you choose to become a Physical Therapist?
I chose to become a PT, like many others, because I wanted to help people rehab from injuries to get their lives back to how they want to live them. I really love to see the transformation from pain and limitations back to prior level of function.


Helping dancers safely dance up a storm

AUBURN _ For many children and adolescents taking dance lessons is a big part of their autumnal back-to-school routine with thousands of students heading back to dance studios across the country.

Studies have shown that dance is one of the best sports for children to build muscle, burn fat, elevate heart rates, and develop self-confidence and self-discipline; however, it’s vitally important for children and adolescents to learn proper dancing and stretching techniques in order to dance safely and avoid dance related injuries.

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