Monthly Archives: September 2017

Fight off Cold and Flu with Acu

With the winter months approaching, cold and flu season will soon hit many of us. Acupuncture can be very helpful in balancing the body and boosting the immune system. Getting regular acupuncture treatments may be the ticket for you to stay healthy and strong this season. Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine has been around for […]

Welcome Evan Ameluxen-Coleman, PT, DPT

Physical therapist Evan Ameluxen-Coleman is joining the staff here at Rebound Physical Therapy and we could not be more excited to have him! Evan brings enthusiasm to our Prineville clinic and is a fantastic addition to that already wonderful crew! Evan let us in on some of his all time favorites, from school subjects to […]

Welcome Scott Elms, PT, MSPT

We are thrilled to welcome Scott Elms, PT, MSPT to Rebound and our Work Injury Program! Scott is involved in developing and growing Rebound’s return to work and injury prevention services such as pre-employment, testing, PCEs, WCEs, work hardening and conditioning and/or ergonomic assessments. Since graduating from American International College in Springfield, Massachusetts with his […]

Improving Balance – Stay Upright this Fall

Balance Awareness Week is September 12-18, and Fall Prevention Awareness Day will be observed on September 22. These events give us a chance to recognize the challenges that people with vestibular disorders face, and to encourage those who have dizziness or balance problems to gather more information and seek the help of a vestibular specialist. […]

Vestibular Disorder: Balance is our Business

Do you have complaints of vertigo (spinning), dizziness or loss of balance with getting out of bed, looking up, or bending over? Does walking in the dark, walking in busy environments such as grocery store, or on uneven ground make you feel unsteady? Does quick head or body motion affect your balance or make you […]

Hidden Hobbies – Stewart Wilent on the Highland (Games)

Rebound: Please state your full name and height. Please remember this is not an interrogation. Stewart: Stewart William Wilent. 6’7’’ R: What are you studying in school right now? S: I’m currently finishing up my bachelor’s degree in kinesiology. R: Let’s start with the basics. What are the Highland Games? S: Traditional Scottish games that […]