Blog - Kinetic Edge Physical Therapy
Tuesday November 1, 2016
NOVEMBER IS NATIONAL ADOPTION MONTH The email read “hardest to place children.” That’s when Michele Haan first laid eyes on a photo of one year old Micah. Micah was abandoned at birth due to his deformed face, altered by a medical condition known as rare facial clefting. This affected his mouth, left eye, nose, and upper lip and caused him… Read more
The Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) has selected Kinetic Edge Physical Therapist Matt Scotton for the 2016 Sports Medicine Award. Being a recipient of the Sports Medicine Award is based on the services and support Matt provides to high school student-athletes and athletic programs he's served over the years. IHSAA Executive Director Alan Beste shared, "For the last five decades… Read more
One of the three most common areas for which our clients seek our help is at the shoulder. Rotator cuff tendinitis is a common shoulder problem. Or is it? Allow me to be coy for a moment. Yes, the rotator cuff is a critical part of the shoulder, and it plays a very important role on the most mobile ball… Read more
Friday September 30, 2016
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month *This is a true story, but names have been changed to protect identities. Jane was upstairs when she heard a noise downstairs. She assumed it was her nephew who was living with her at the time, but when she kept hearing noises, she went to see what was going on. A stranger was… Read more
Thursday September 8, 2016
Bowling is a fun activity for many people, including children, but it doesn't need to be played just at the bowling alley. Acorns to Oaks, the pediatric therapy division of Kinetic Edge Physical Therapy, is excited to introduce barnyard bowling! What you need:  Bowling pins: If you don't have a plastic set, you can easily make your own with plastic bottles or… Read more
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