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When Elizabeth Hampton, owner of Fairhaven’s CorePhysio, joined the physical therapy industry 31 years ago, things were different. “We had the freedom to customize the amount of time we spent with each client depending on the complexity of their needs,” she explains. “There were few insurance hoops to jump through.” Now, insurance-funded healthcare is driving care to be delivered in much shorter periods of time. The appropriate drive for value, when taken to a...
Posted on 2018-11-15
We are proud to welcome a guest blogger, who chose to share a personal, family experience. On April 27th, 2014 our family experienced a life-changing event involving our 7-year old son, “David”.  A possible concussion was mentioned at the hospital but was never addressed again due to visible injuries. His concussion, although initially invisible, has had a significant impact on his day-to-day function as well as a focus of his physical therapy treatment at CorePhysio. David wa...
Posted on 2018-08-09
The category of dance is broad. Taking a general perceptive, dancers each have strength, precision, flexibility, and musicality with special requirements for individual dance styles. For example, ballet dancers require increased flexibility, break dancers need extra upper body strength, modern dancers benefit from remarkable isolation of muscles and precision, and ballroom dancers bring the music to life while staying balanced and graceful across the floor. The list goes on and on, this article ...
Posted on 2018-05-24
Performing artists are performance athletes. Dedication. Practice. Technique. Precision. Commitment. These words describe a small sampling of qualities it takes to be an athlete. Athletes can be any age, any skill level. The athletic population is dedicated to their activity. They practice to perfect their technique; spending countless hours working on a single movement pattern so that they can become more efficient at the skill. It is time we start thinking of performing artists as athletes be...
Posted on 2018-04-05
Select your privacy, cost and experience. With how much we all pay for insurance, today’s consumers want maximum value from their healthcare dollars. According to eHealth, America’s largest online provider of health insurance, premiums took a significant leap in 2017 and are expected to continue to rise with some estimates as high as 50% in 2018. On average, monthly family premiums in 2016 were over $1,000 with annual deductibles over $8,300. Now more than ever, it’s important...
Posted on 2018-03-14
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