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Mother Was Right: Why You Should Improve Your Posture (and How)

We all know that posture is important and something we should strive to improve, but in a world where we spend a significant portion of time working on computers, staring at our cellular phones, or sitting in traffic it may seem like a daunting task. Improving your posture will require effort on your part, but the […]

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Injury Rates Are Rising Among Female Middle and High School Athletes

Currently, an increasing number of female athletes are being treated for musculoskeletal injuries compared to previous years. One reason behind this is the growing emphasis on playing one sport all year round. Playing one sport year- round results in mechanical stress being repetitively loaded to the same joints. When playing multiple sports, different joints are […]

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TMJ – Temporomandibular Joint Disorders

The treatment of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) involves a combination of skilled manual therapy techniques and therapeutic exercises that all focus on taking stress off the muscles and joints that are involved in mastication (chewing). Most patients that are living with some type of pain in their jaw with chewing or talking need to be […]

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Justin Martindale Recognized in Texas MD for Arthritis Foundation Work

Texas MD, the premier resource for physicians and patients in Texas, wrote about Promotion Physical Therapy's President and Senior Clinical Director, Justin Martindale on their online blog. The article announced Dr. Martindale's designation as the Medical Honoree at the 8th annual Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis in San Antonio, which took place on Saturday, December […]

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Join Promotion Physical Therapy & Strike Out Arthritis!

Promotion Physical Therapy to host fundraiser at Bowl & Barrel to benefit the Arthritis Foundation Tuesday, Nov 3 | 7pm - 9pm Bowl & Barrel 17619 La Cantera Pkwy #102 San Antonio, Texas 78257 WITH YOUR SUPPORT, WE CAN STRIKE OUT ARTHRITIS! Download and print the reservation form, and mail or drop off payment to […]

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Dr. Justin Martindale of Promotion Physical Therapy Named 2015 Medical Honoree for Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis

I am honored to serve as the 2015 Medical Honoree for the Arthritis Foundation's Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis. As President and Senior Clinical Director of Promotion Physical Therapy, I have dedicated my career to promoting the physical well being of every patient with the mission of "Getting you back to the things you love, […]

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We’re Turning 10

To our wonderful community, Our Mission To promote the physical well being of every patient, by providing the highest quality of care in a positive and encouraging environment. Getting people back to the things they love, faster! This month Promotion Physical Therapy celebrates 10 years as a private practice out patient physical therapy clinic, which […]

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2015 Jingle Bell Run / Walk to Benefit Arthritis Research

WHO: The Arthritis Foundation – San Antonio WHAT: Justin Martindale, president and clinical director of Promotion Physical Therapy, will serve as medical honoree at the 2015 Jingle Bell Run / Walk for Arthritis. The annual fundraising event is the nation's largest holiday 5K race series benefiting the cause. Enjoy live music, costume judging and door […]

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AlterG® Success Story Monica Caban Establishes Foundation to Help Fellow Injured Athletes

San Antonio triathlete and Promotion Physical Therapy patient Monica Caban has launched Now You See Me Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to helping injured athletes, like herself, rebuild their lives. Caban is among many athletes who have discovered the benefits of the AlterG® Anti-Gravity Treadmill for training and rehabilitation. Despite suffering a severe spinal cord injury […]

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Physical Therapy and Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis [RA] affects children and adults, and it is estimated that over 2 million people in the United States suffer from it. Physical Therapy can be a crucial part of a treatment protocol for both children and adults to prolong and improve their activity levels and provide them with a better quality of life. […]

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