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We’re at the start of a long holiday season, and no matter where your stress comes from, it can mess with your plans. We’re here to help!
Massage Therapy is a time-honored treatment for relieving stress and promoting relaxation.
Physical Therapy plays a key role in relieving stress that stems from injury, pain or physical imbalance.
Here are some proven tactics to relieve stress:
Get outdoors for a break
Say ‘no’ to that one to-do too many
Take time to breathe deep.
Your physical wellbeing shouldn’t be put at the end of any holiday list — make time for calm, and don’t stress about the stress!
“Stress is like dark chocolate. A little of it won’t kill you.”
Therese J. Borchard
Peak Form PT wishes you a calm and joyful holiday season.
Welcome to the Peak Form PT Family, Jamie Oliver, PT, DPT!
Jamie Oliver, PT, DPT
University of New England, Doctorate in Physical Therapy, 2014
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Bachelor’s degree in Health and Exercise Science/concentration in Sports Medicine
Born and raised in Colorado
Loves being a physical therapist because it enables her to help people regain quality of life and reduce their pain, and educate them on injury cause and prevention.
Whole Body Balance
One of the areas I especially enjoy is helping people with ankle/knee issues and balance. Like many of our therapists here, I love exploring the outdoors — I’ve summited all the Colorado Fourteeners — so I have personal experience of injuries such as ankle-knee problems and I know firsthand how therapy can help.
Helping people improve balance is rewarding because they can get better quickly with proper strategies and exercise.
The Peak Form PT Team
We work together closely at Peak Form — we exchange ideas and information about patients, and always try to make sure we’re looking at the whole person, not just a patient with one issue. We’re a tight family of friends, and that makes it all worthwhile!
SKI TIP: from Jamie…
“To have an enjoyable ski season you need good quad and hamstring strength and flexibility. Make sure you do a good stretch AFTER as well as before you hit the slopes.”
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