Pilates

Posted September 11, 2014 By
Adding Pilates for Chronic Low Back Pain, Injury Prevention, and You Pilates has come up a lot lately in the medical literature with studies suggesting benefits for those suffering from chronic low back pain. My general understanding of the exercises seemed to mesh well with how we try to help patients to activate and use their deep core stabilizing muscles to prevent the recurrence of certain kinds of back pain, but the fancy equipment and movements READ MORE [...]

Gluteal strengthening

Posted August 07, 2014 By
Gluteal strengthening is vital in treating so many leg injuries and physical ailments. Here is why. First Things First: A basic lesson on Gluteal Anatomy Gluteus maximus = In other words, the buttocks. It is a very powerful muscle and it not only extends the hip, but also controls for motions like lunges and squats.  Gluteus medius and minimus = These muscles reside on the side of your hip and their action lifts the leg sideways but also controls READ MORE [...]

Chronic Pain

Posted July 03, 2014 By
Stride Strong PT’s Formula • Improve posture through a series of gradual stabilization exercises so patient moves away from offending habits and positions that exacerbate pain. • Gradual progression of exercises and manual therapy to desensitize area of pain. • Monitor for fatigue levels, while maintaining the challenge and accountability needed for return to health. If ever there was one thing that we can ALL say we have experienced, READ MORE [...]

Car Accidents

Posted June 06, 2014 By
Car accidents come with a whole lot of trauma to the body - physical and psychological. Even those that didn't suffer internal damage are still wrought with neck pain and back pain so debilitating that it can impede daily function (such as sleep, work and recreational activity) for up to 1 year post-accident. The muscle damage that results from a car accident is different from a muscle strain endured after sport or activity: it is usually long-standing, READ MORE [...]

What is ASTYM therapy

Posted May 11, 2014 By
What is ASTYM? ASTYM is a specialized tool-assisted treatment that works on soft tissue structures such as muscle, tendon, and ligament to promote healing and tissue regeneration, allowing for improved mobility and decreased pain. ASTYM therapy works by allowing your therapist to easily identify dysfunctional tissue and utilize the highly specialized tools to increase blood flow, reduce scar tissue and soft tissue adhesions, thus improving pain and READ MORE [...]

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Ana Lucia Pinheiro
Ana Lucia Pinheiro
02:18 20 Oct 17
This place is amazing. I am so happy I found Stride Strong PT. Alice pays attention to all of the details, she watches every single move I make, my posture, and the way I move through every exercise. She is very knowledgeable, she was able to pin-point the problems in my back and she has a plan to help me become stronger where I need. The place is brand new, huge, and has nice exercise machines. I tried a few physical therapists in the area, and Alice is TOP, second to none, and I feel super lucky to have found her. Highly recommended!!
Prashant Gupta
Prashant Gupta
01:00 02 Oct 17
Dr. Alice at Stride Strong is one of the best PTs I have come across. Her attention to detail and assessment of the root cause of injury is very good. She is excellent in evaluating pain patterns and giving a training schedule for a rehab & injury prevention, she is extremely knowledgeable. I would strongly recommend Stride Strong to anyone looking for PT. It is easily the best PT clinics in Hillsboro area.
steven zollin
steven zollin
20:57 14 Sep 17
Highly recommend Stride Strong Physical Therapy , Alice showed me proper form to assist in recovery with my shoulder and is very knowledgeable.
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