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Kevin Love's NBA Finals Concussion You’ve probably heard that Kevin Love sustained a concussion in game two of the NBA finals when he took an elbow to the head. Love has been trying to return ASAP, but the Cavs continue to have him in the concussion protocol.  What is the concussion protocol? The NBA has its own guidelines for concussion management.  In the NBA, most colleges, and a lot of high schools- at least around here- most athletes undergo baseline testing pre-season t...
Posted on 2016-06-10
10 Ways to Torch 100 Calories FAST. The rain is slowing down and the warm weather is approaching in Portland.  Many people are looking to lose a few pounds before the summer arrives and Bridgetown Physical Therapy and Training Studio is here to help.  Some days you simply do not have time for your usual workout.  Perhaps you are traveling or you have meetings from dawn ‘til dusk.  Or maybe something totally unexpected comes up and your workout time disappears. When li...
Posted on 2016-05-28
Father’s Day Fitness:  Formula for Success I have good news and bad news, Dads. First the bad news:  you can’t do it all.  That long to-do list you have staring at you?  Working harder, longer and more frantically will not help you get all your boxes checked.  The reason is because more tasks, more responsibilities, and more activities keep piling on.  But the harder you try to do everything, the more frustrated you become.  The hard truth is th...
Posted on 2016-05-24
Best Bang For Your Exercise Buck You may be a gym junkie or a complete exercise novice, but at some point you have probably thought, will give me the best bang for my exercise buck?! I asked the Bridgetown Physical Therapy team exactly that and I have complied the most popular ones.hat exercises will give me the best bang for my exercise buck?! Now before you go charging in and perform these exercises at your next workout, please make sure that you are cleared by your G...
Posted on 2016-05-19
Is Pain in Your Pelvis Holding You Back from Family and Relationships? Pelvic dysfunction affects both women and men. Here is some recent research that presents how pelvic pain can affect our lives and how we can help heal and be the man or woman we want to be for ourselves and the others in our lives. The latest this month from The Journal of Physical Therapy describes the study by Wuytack et. al brings to light that new mothers describe 3 main themes with regards to pelvic pain: 1. The m...
Posted on 2015-10-13
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