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July 2019

Join Team PIM!

We are excited to announce that Performance in Motion (PIM) is looking for an energetic, team-oriented, and innovative Physical Therapist to join our Team and take us to the next level in the Fall of 2019. Since 2011, PIM has provided world class, athlete-centered, one-on-one Physical Therapy and Performance Training solutions to a diverse group

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Perspectives

April 2019

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

“When the whole team is working towards the same goal, the athlete always wins.” These words were taken from one of our previous blogs, written by Jacob Brueck, as he touches on collaboration. At Performance In Motion, we enjoy working with professionals from all over the health and performance industry to better serve the athlete.

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Education Corner

March 2019

Parkinson’s 101: Part 2

In the last blog we only touched on the importance of exercise in Parkinson’s, so now let’s discuss the value of physical therapy! How important is Physical Therapy in treating Parkinson’s Disease? Parkinson’s is not a cookie cutter disease. Two individuals with similar demographics could develop Parkinson’s at the exact same time period in their life

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Education Corner

March 2019

Parkinson’s 101: Part 1

I’ve been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. What does that mean? Parkinson’s Disease is a neurodegenerative movement disorder that affects the central nervous system. We currently do not know the exact cause of Parkinson’s Disease, but we do know that it results in a loss of dopamine producing cells in an area of the brain known

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Perspectives

March 2019

Your Medical Diagnosis and Your Movement System Diagnosis

Healthcare professionals have acquired their professional identity through specialization in one of the body’s systems, i.e. orthopedists specialize in the musculoskeletal system, cardiologists in the cardiovascular system, and neurologists in the nervous system. As Physical Therapists at Performance in Motion, we are continually working to become experts in the Movement System.  As discussed in a

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