Category Archives: News

Pediatric Acupuncture

Over the last few years, acupuncture has become a much more common treatment for a wide range diagnoses. From orthopedic related injuries to digestive conditions, this traditionally alternative form of care has become more mainstream. Rebound Physical Therapy has three licensed acupuncturists on staff to meet patient’s needs, often working in collaboration with physical therapy. […]

What Triggers Trigger Finger?

Trigger Finger seems to be a diagnosis many people are familiar with but not actually sure what the diagnosis entails and what can be done to prevent or treat it. This condition, also known as stenosing tenosynovitis, occurs when inflammation narrows the space in the sheath that surrounds the tendon in the finger. This means […]

Welcome, Martha Barker, PT, DPT!

We are thrilled to welcome Martha to team Rebound! This is one amazing physical therapist and all around human! We got to know her a bit more with this off grid interview, highlighting the important things like hidden talents and favorite pet. Join us in a warm welcome to Martha and her dog (AKA favorite […]

Benefits of Cross Training

5 Reasons Cross Training is Important for Athletes All athletes have physical specialties, and as a result, they tend to focus on and train the major muscle groups that are used primarily in their specific sport. What more and more research shows are the increased benefits to those that cross train. 1. Decreased Risk of […]

Don’t Let Injury Keep You Down

In the U.S., ACL and other knee injuries are one of the most common orthopedic and sports-related injuries. For athletes, physically-active folks, and health-conscious individuals, suffering a knee injury can be particularly difficult as they find themselves suddenly immobilized, with minds craving for exercise. Fortunately, as with any injury, there is always something that can […]

Fit to Function:

Join Nick Hagen, PTs he walks you through strength and mobility movements to tackle 2019 pain free and stronger than ever! When: Thursday, January 24th Time: 6:30 pm Where: OutsideIn, Downtown Bend  

This Winter, Prevent Falls

One in every three adults 65 and older fall each year in the United States – WWW.CDC.GOV The numbers are staggering. Apparently not only does the eyesight go, but balance along with it. The two could be seen as going hand in hand since the worse your vision gets, the more likely you are to […]

You Had Surgery… Now What?

Physical therapy is a critical component of recovering from most orthopedic surgeries. No matter when or why your surgery is scheduled, is it often accompanied by nerve-wracking “what-ifs” and questions about recovery. Physical therapy plays a large role in putting nerves at ease, answering questions and creating a healthy healing process. There are three main […]

Back Pain Does Not Mean Bed Rest

In the old days, when you hurt your back, your doctor told you to go on bed rest for back pain until it felt better. However a lot has been discovered since then and gone are the days of prolonged bed rest.  Most often, engaging in proper movements and postures are well as a gradual […]

Be in the Know Before the Snow

Whether for competition or recreation, Nordic skiing is a common culprit for injuries occurring from overuse. In most cases, these injuries can be prevented by establishing a solid foundation. Power, balance, mobility and technique are the necessary building blocks for preventing injuries and maximizing performance. The class will be led by Physical Therapist Tim Gross, […]