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September 15, 2015TexPTS in the Community, TexPTS In The News

Texas Physical Therapy Specialists’ Zach Couch Serving as Consultant to Adaptive Training Foundation

Texas Physical Therapy Specialists’ (TexPTS) Zach Couch is serving as a consultant to Dallas’ Adaptive Training Foundation, providing physical therapy consultation to the foundation’s participants. The Adaptive Training Foundation was founded to provide physically impaired individuals with the proper facility and training necessary to achieve their health goals. The team uses modified training programs that […]

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September 11, 2015Health News You Can Use

Backpack Safety

Wear both straps Use of one strap causes one side of the body to bear the weight of the backpack. By wearing two shoulder straps, the weight of the backpack is better distributed. Wear the backpack over the strongest mid-back muscles Pay close attention to the way the backpack is positioned on the back. It […]

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September 11, 2015Uncategorized

Texas Physical Therapy Specialists Signs Deal to Become Official Physical Therapy Provider of University of Texas at San Antonio Athletics

Texas Physical Therapy Specialists(TexPTS) is proud to announce they have signed an agreement, effective immediately, with Learfield Sports’ UTSA Roadrunners Sports Properties to be the official physical therapy provider of University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) Athletics. The agreement, which is valid for the 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 athletic seasons, recognizes TexPTS as the official provider of […]

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September 1, 2015Health News You Can Use

4 Ways to Stick to Your Physical Therapy ‘Homework’

When Nancy D. Brown’s doctor told her she had hip dysplasia several years ago, her first reaction was: “Humans can get that?” remembers Brown, now a 54-year-old travel writer in Lafayette, California, who had only known it as a condition she should watch out for in her dogs. But when her surgeon told her she could no […]

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August 20, 2015Health News You Can Use

Workplace Wellness

Working at a computer work station all day can take a toll on the body. Repetitive activities and lack of mobility can contribute to aches, pains, and eventual injuries. Sitting at a desk while using the keyboard for hours on a day to day basis can result in poor circulation to joints and muscles, it […]

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