Posts Tagged: amherst new hampshire

We Now Offer Telehealth Visits!

Apr 6, 2020

During this Covid-19 emergency, social distancing is key. And, as such, we are now offering telehealth visits for patients to continue with their important treatments without having to come to the office! This is an alternative form of care but can provide us a means of providing essential physical therapy to continue progress and prevent …
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Lauren To Attend Upcoming Vestibular Certification

Feb 29, 2020

The team here at Amherst Physical Therapy is proud to announce that Lauren will be working to attain her certification in vestibular rehabilitation! She will be attending the American Musculoskeletal Institute course held March 13-15 in Falmouth, Maine. Vestibular Rehabilitation is an exercise-based program, designed by a specialty-trained vestibular physical therapist to improve balance and …
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What is DBS? And Can Amherst PT Help?

Jan 30, 2020

DBS stands for Dormant Butt Syndrome, a condition that’s growing in our nation over the last few years. And while one may assume that it’s simply a pain in the butt, it’s much more than that! DBS is a direct result of an individual’s gluteus – or butt muscle – not working efficiently, which then …
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PT for Injury Prevention in Athletes

Nov 30, 2019

With the fall winding down, we’re now heading further into basketball, hockey, and ski season. Athletes are training – both on and off the ice, the court, and the mountain – to have the best season that they can. They are conditioning themselves to not only become faster and stronger, but to build a body …
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Amherst PT Celebrates 12th Anniversary!

Jul 15, 2019

We are very proud to have celebrated another milestone earlier this month! Amherst PT opened it’s doors 12 years ago — a huge ‘Thank You’ to the community for their continued support. It’s been so amazing to serve the community and help individuals feel healthier, happier, and get back to doing the things that they …
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Kurt Receives Certification in Vestibular Rehab!

Apr 29, 2019

Amherst Physical Therapy is happy to announce that Kurt has attained his certification in vestibular rehab.  He attended the American Musculoskeletal Institute course held at fellow Pinnacle Rehab member Somersworth Physical Therapy. So what is Vestibular Rehabilitation? It’s an exercise-based program, designed by a specialty-trained vestibular physical therapist, to improve balance and reduce problems related …
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We’re Hiring!

Feb 14, 2019

Amherst Physical Therapy is looking for a full time physical therapist to join our team! We are seeking the PT who values patient experience and outcomes driven care. The PT who wishes to practice at the highest levels of their license would fit right into our team here at Amherst PT. We value strong interpersonal …
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Soreness in the Short Term Equals Health in the Long Term

Jan 30, 2019

When you’re injured or recovering from an injury, you’ll oftentimes want to simply click your fingers and have the pain disappear. Of course, that’s not realistic (though we can dream!) and it takes time and proper care to get back to your optimal health. Physical therapy can absolutely be an important element to your recovery, …
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What You May Not Have Known About Physical Therapy!

Jan 18, 2019

You know that if you’re in need of PT services in the Amherst, New Hampshire area that the team here at Amherst Physical Therapy is here for you! And you know that no matter whether you’re recovering from surgery, or treating a chronic issue such as tendonitis or neck and back pain, we put your …
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The PT Technique You Should Know Of: Dry Needling

Dec 18, 2018

A number of physical therapists (like those at Amherst Physical Therapy) are increasingly utilizing a new technique that’s effective in providing relief for your aches and pains: dry needling. The technique – which is NOT acupuncture, or the manipulation of the body’s energy – works directly on the painful points in muscles commonly referred to …
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