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As it enters its 15th year in business, local physical therapy company CorePhysio is making moves. The company is set to open a new flagship location in downtown Bellingham in 2020, offering ample parking, level building access, increased appointment availability, a much larger open-floor exercise space, and a variety of treatment rooms, including a pod of dedicated quiet treatment rooms for relaxing one-to-one care. Real estate changes in Fairhaven as well as growth within the com...
Posted on 2019-09-18
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
CorePhysio Launches Concussion Screening and Rehabilitation Program. CorePhysio is proud to announce the first Concussion Screening and Rehabilitation Program in Whatcom County.  CorePhysio PT’s provide baseline screening as well as the latest in multi-disciplinary rehabilitation of concussions.  Think that concussions only happen when it results in blacking out?  Think again.  According to Eric Nauman, expert in central nervous system and musculoskeletal trauma of Pu...
Posted on 2015-08-28
A brief guide on common running injuries and the benefits of physical therapy.. By Meghen Flaig, PT, DPT Running is one of the most convenient and vastly popular forms of exercise that has become a common language for millions of people worldwide.  Its simplicity is refreshing; just grab a trusty pair of shoes (or not, if you’re into barefoot running) and hit the pavement anytime, anywhere. But ask any runner about “pain-free” running and they’ll probably give you ...
Posted on 2015-04-30
Such a busy time of year. Parties, festive meals, rich and sugary treats, too many places to be, too little time to fit it all in. And too often the thing we let fall of the table is...US! Here's a quick and fun circuit training challenge to keep your body moving this holiday season (even if it is only to make room for one more sugar cookie.) As with any fitness program, always: listen to your body be mindful of your own limitations, whether they be range of motion, strength, endurance or ...
Posted on 2014-12-09
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