• Preventing Injury During Pregnancy

    Dr. Traci Bacon, PT, DPT June 12, 2017

    ​Experts agree, when you’re expecting, it’s important to keep moving. Pregnancy is an exciting time in your life, I should know because I am currently pregnant with my first child and due in September. Throughout your pregnancy, the body will go through many changes which are essential to adjust for the growing baby and will prepare you for the process of labor.

  • Nutrition Tips for Individuals With a Spinal Cord Injury

    Dr. Kyle Vollmer, PT, DPT April 03, 2017

    First let me start by making sure it is known that I am not a registered dietitian and am in no way impersonating one. I hope to simply provide some facts from research and current recommendations on improving nutrition for patients with spinal cord injuries.

  • Don’t Let Raking Leave You in Pain

    Dr. Andrew Beardslee October 28, 2016

    At Premier Physical Therapy we often see an increase in low back pain in the fall season which is occasionally related directly to the raking of leaves.  As we enjoy the beauty of the falls colors, it’s important to consider proper technique for raking of leaves as you clean up your yard this autumn.

  • Mission Trip in Nicaragua

    Dr. Traci Bacon, PT, DPT July 11, 2016

    My husband and I sponsor a 6 year old child named Kimberlin through Compassion International. I had been chosen through Crossroads church to have the opportunity to visit her while staying at Amigos for Christ in Chinandega, Nicaragua. Compassion International organized a day for the children to spend time with their sponsors who were going to be on the mission trip.