Nicki Intro

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Nicki Ferramosca, MSPT, CSCS Allow me to introduce myself!  My name is Nicki Ferramosca and I have been practicing physical therapy for 17+ years.  I originally considered physical therapy as a profession when I was a sophomore at St. Mary’s College of Maryland.  I studied biology and loved human biology specifically. PT was a great fit for me where I …

Physical Therapy for Concussions

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Jesse Lewis, PT, DPT, OCS Physical therapy can help with what?! Even those that have had physical therapy often don’t understand all of the conditions that physical therapy can help. This series is designed to shed some light on some conditions that you might not know our physical therapists can work with you on. First up, concussions. Concussions have been …

Injury Info: Sciatica

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Jesse Lewis, PT, DPT, OCS Chances are you either have had sciatica or know someone who has said they have had sciatica. There are two reasons for this. First, it’s a very common condition that a lot of people have throughout their life. Second, it’s one of the most confused conditions that people have or think they have. You might …

Fitness Myths: Squats

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Jesse Lewis, PT, DPT, OCS Squats are one of the most fundamental movements in any exercise program. They are also a part of your daily life, whether you know it or not. Just like any popular movement in fitness, there are a lot of truths and a lot of myths about squats. This article will try and remove some of …

Bridging Variations 

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Jesse Lewis, PT, DPT, OCS The glute bridge is one of the most common exercises in the gym, Pilates, physical therapy and almost every fitness routine. It’s a very simple, but effective, exercise that strengthens your glutes, hamstrings, and core. For many people it is a great way to start working these areas. Very quickly you will get too strong …