Author Archives: Teresa Stockton

A Kind Review: Kailey Hanks, PT, DPT

I have just completed a course of 28 physical therapy sessions with Kailey Hanks. In July of this year, I injured my shoulder, necessitating open shoulder surgery the following month. After surgery, I was given a prescription for physical therapy, and was fortunate enough to have Kailey as my physical therapist. Over the course of […]

Kaity Post Joins Our Redmond Crew!

Our Redmond clinic has an enthusiastic new addition! Kaity Post joins our crew after working most recently with a group up in Portland. Join us in a warm welcome and getting to know our newest team member with this insightful interview, asking all the important questions! Rebound Physical Therapy: Mountains or beach? Kaity Post: Mountains […]

This Holiday Season, Travel Pain Free

Have you ever experienced aches and pains while on a road trip riding in a car or airplane for extended periods of time? Our bodies are made for movement, but during long road trips, we are confined to our seats often leaving us with cricks, creaks, aches, and pains at the end of an exhausting […]

Physical Therapy and Your Parents… How to Help.

As our parents get older, they are faced with all kinds of challenges, mostly pertaining to their health. These challenges include reduced mobility and increased pain in the limbs, joints, and muscles, as well as an increased risk of injury. Many senior adults are in physical therapy to recover from surgery, a fall or other […]

Food is Your Fuel

Truth: we are not nutritionists. That said, after a bit of trial and error and working with patients and various health professionals, we have picked up on these and common do’s and dont’s. Lindsey Hagen, PT and healthy running nut discusses the importance of balance in your diet and making sure you do what is […]

Teryn Kaldheim, PT, DPT Joins Rebound Physical Therapy

Teryn has joined our crew! Who is Teryn you may ask, Teryn Kaldheim, PT, DPT is a one heck of a physical therapist with an impressive background in workman’s comp and general outpatient orthopedic treatment, just to name a few, and, yes, there is more, she will be working full time at our Prineville clinic! […]

Blood Flow Restriction and Its Function in Physical Therapy

Blood flow restriction (BFR) training is not a new idea but has just recently taken off as the hot new concept in the rehab and training world. As with anything that touts itself to be the “latest and greatest” we have to ask ourselves if it really does all it says it does. Fortunately for […]

Slowdown to Speedup

Local endurance runner, physical therapist, and mom, Lindsey Hagen, discusses the best way to train and recovery for your fall race scheduled. When it comes to easing up on miles before and after races, it is a must. This time of year is pretty ideal for many runners here in Central Oregon, we want to […]

Do You Know Your ATC?

Here in Central Oregon we are extremely lucky to have skilled athletic trainers (ATCs) as part of each high school athletic program. As fall sports kick into gear and the rest of the seasons to follow, we thought it would be worth shining a light on the role ATCs play on a daily basis for […]

Climb On!

AMERICAN TEAM MAKES FIRST ASCENT OF LINK SAR IN KARAKORAM August 15th, 2019 Prepared by Graham Zimmerman From July 31st to August 8th, 2019 Graham Zimmerman, Steve Swenson, Chris Wright and Mark Richey made the first ascent of Link Sar (7041m) in the Central Pakistani Karakoram via its 3400m Southeast Face. Having been the object […]