Blog - Kinetic Edge Physical Therapy
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
Wednesday September 7, 2016
Come together with your neighbors, fellow community members, and hundreds of thousands of other Iowans to support the Healthiest State Initiative on October 4! The Healthiest State Initiative’s goal is to make Iowa the healthiest state in the nation. The Walk on October 4th brings communities together by having an organized Healthiest State Walk in all of Iowa’s 99 counties.… Read more
by Dr. Troy Vander Molen, PT, DPT  If you’ve every woken up and experienced pain in the heel or arch with the first steps of the day, you are far from alone. Around 10% of the US population experiences episodes of heel pain, often caused by something called plantar fasciitis, and this painful condition has also been experienced by elite athletes… Read more
Learning about how people accomplish things that seem impossible fascinates Matt Scotton. This likely explains why he loves being a physical therapist and athletic trainer for Kinetic Edge, but it also begins to explain his decision to run 100 miles… twice.   This 100 mile run is part of something called the Leadville Race Series. If you visit their website,… Read more
Back to school season seems to be hurled upon us earlier and earlier each year, assimilating many of the other major holidays. For some, seeing school supplies return front and center in local stores conjures up feelings of excitement and joy, while for others the thought of picking out a new school folder and returning to school brings upon anxiety.… Read more
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