Entries by Jennifer Stoner

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Get Off the Couch

A research study titled “Prolonged Leisure Time Spent Sitting in Relation to Cause-Specific Mortality in a Large US Cohort” was published earlier this summer in American Journal of Epidemiology.  It reported that a sedentary lifestyle could lead to a higher risk of mortality from cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, kidney disease, suicide, COPD, Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s […]

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Sometimes You Gotta Go

Urinary Incontinence Have you ever experienced a leak while laughing? Have you been in a rush to urinate and as soon as you put the key in the door you had a leak? What about a leakage while just simply picking up an object off the floor? If you replied yes to any of the […]

Art of Aging Expo June 13th

The 12th Annual Art of Aging Expo Have questions about the services provided in our community, but unsure who or where to ask?  Come by The Art of Aging Expo on June 13th at the Fredericksburg Expo and Conference Center.  The event is hosted by Partners in Aging and 100 agencies and organizations have been […]

ROCK THE RIVER

COME OUT AND JOIN US THIS SATURDAY FOR ROCK THE RIVER! Fusion Physical Therapy as well as RARE Crossfit will be at Fredericksburg Rock the River this Saturday.  This is a wonderful community celebration to kick off the summer.  If you see us come by and say hi! Check out ROCK THE RIVER for more […]

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Reaching out to the Community

We at Fusion Pride ourselves in educating our community about our profession and keeping up with the most recent studies and information related to our practice. We were very excited when LOWLINC (Living Independently In Our Community) asked Dr. Travis Stoner to come out and speak to their members about our profession and the benefits […]

Welcome Our New Therapist

Expanding our Fusion Family We would like to welcome Ashley Rolley, DPT to our Fusion Family.  She will be the face of our new additional office located in Lee’s Hill. Check out the May Edition of the “Front Porch” pg 22 and read about Ashley’s journey to becoming a physical therapist.  She is taking new patients at […]

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Crossfit Training and Physical Therapy: Bridging the Gap

What is CrossFit training? CrossFit training is a high intensity, fitness regimen that was developed by Greg Glassman in the early 2000s. Through research, I have found that the overall approach to CrossFit training is to perform various functional movements at a constant, high intensity. These training regimens are designed to incorporate an influx of […]

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What is the Keto Diet?

The Ketogenic Diet How exactly does it work?   Over the past two months I have had two friends lose over 20lbs on this keto diet eating buffalo wings and steak! How is this possible??  I wanted to learn about how in the world these two could eat high fat foods and just shed the […]

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New Year’s Resolutions Got You Down?

  Overwhelmed by your long list of resolutions?  Still unsure where to begin?   According to a YouGov poll, the most common New Year’s resolutions for 2018 are: Eating healthier Get more exercise Save money Focus on self-care (e.g. get more sleep) Read more Make new friends Learn a new skill Get a (new) job […]

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What you need to know about the Therapy Cap

Medicare Therapy Cap How it may negatively affect your therapy services in 2018. According to AARP, about 15% of the US population are enrolled in Medicare and this percentage is steadily rising. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) are constantly updating and changing their policies.  To many, this can be very frustrating and confusing […]