Tag Archives: Functional Training

Activity Trackers

by in Medical Pop Culture February 23, 2015

If you want to track your calories, analyze your sleep, or check the number of steps you take in a day, you have probably considered a wearable activity tracker at some point. Even if you don’t own a piece of wearable technology – a smart device worn on the wrist or clothing- you have probably […]

A Will to Advance…..

by in Employee News January 28, 2015

By Cole Hosenfeld, DC, CCSP I have been asked by numerous people about my current educational path as to the what, why and the where of it all. The providers of our clinic as well as many of our team have a desire to continually better themselves by understanding conditions and their treatment methods across […]

DME Braces

by in Trends in Healthcare January 22, 2015

At Apple, one of our key philosophies is that each patient should be provided with the tools they need for optimal healing. One of the ways that we do this is by being able to offer DME (or durable medical equipment) products. These products are a state-of-the-art, higher quality line of supportive braces and medical […]

10 Things Every Mom Should Know to Reduce Risk of Sports Injury or Burnout with their Kids

by in Physical Therapy and Rehab October 2, 2014

Written by Jamie Ligon, PT, DPT Over training and sports injuries are commonplace problems in young developing athletes. Some of the trouble is attributed to a “no pain, no gain” and a “don’t stop, never quit” go-go-go mentality. Other contributing factors relate to a lack of body awareness as children and teens change at a […]