Tag Archives: Rebound Physical Therapy

Kegels: Who, What, Why and Where

Six week’s after bringing baby home you are at your postpartum check up. You are told by your doctor, everything looks great! If its “great” than why don’t I feel that way? Did you feel different now that before you had a baby? Has your body changed and your confused how to progress? Are 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 […]

Tommy Ford + Rebound + Corralco, Chil

World class skier, Tommy Ford of the US Ski Team, headed back to the slopes after a 2013 season ending injury. Tommy became a local Bend superstar at a very young age. He began racing at a competitive level at age seven and continued on to earn four gold medals in the US Junior Championships […]

1st Annual Rebound ‘Stache Dash

When: May 31, 2014 @ 11am Where: Steps at City Park How much: $20 (day of registration $25, so register early) What’s it For: CCHS Sports Dillon’s will also be donating 20% of proceeds from all purchases to CCHS sports! Thank you Dillon’s! Dash into helping CCHS sports programs by dashing from the steps at […]

Joe Nance joins Rebound Physical Therapy in Bend

Rebound Physical Therapy Bend  pleased to welcome Joe Nance, MPT, OCS, FAAOMPT who will be joining Rebound-Cushing as Physical Therapist effective April 21st. Joe and his family recently moved to Bend from Kirkland, Washington where he served as a Clinical Supervisor & PT for Olympic Physical Therapy (OPT) for the past 11 years. Joe Nance […]

Rebound & REP Lab’s Jay Dicharry contributes to Running Medicine textbook

The recently released 2nd edition of Running Medicine synthesizes the advances in research, clinical practice, and technology related to management of the running athlete. The book is the most comprehensive work ever published on the topic an features an all-star group of writers. Jay Dicharry of the REP Lab in Bend, OR authored the chapter […]

Sunriver Mudslinger coming March 23

Rebound is proud to sponsor the Sunriver Mudslinger event on March 23rd. This is not to be missed and features a family-friendly, fun-first atmosphere and obstacle course…you guessed it…through the mud! Not only is it a great way to play during spring break but the Sunriver Fire Department will be there to hose you off […]

US Ski Team member Tommy Ford making strides in recovery

With the Sochi Olympics now officially under way we have local Tommy Ford and the US Ski Team on our radar. Tommy is a world class alpine skier, represented the U.S. at the 2010 Winter Olympics and 2011 World Championships and more recently scored numerous Top 20 results in World Cup Giant Slalom races. Slalom […]

Bend snowboarder Kent Callister officially selected for Olympics

Bend Oregon Professional snowboarder Kent Callister has been officially selected to complete for Australia in the halfpipe competition in the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi. Kent suffered a season ending ankle injury prior to the Vancouver Winter Olympics and has been working hard toward making team for Sochi. Congratulations – we’re proud to see you […]

Running to & from USATF Nationals

From Jay Dicharry’s anathletesbody.com blog Last week, I had the privilege of jumping on a plane and traveling to speak at the USA Track and Field National Conference in Indianapolis. It was a great melding of the minds, with the focus on “rebuilding” the athlete pool. I was asked to speak about injury and trying […]