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Fall 2019 Newsletter

Cervicogenic Headaches: A Pain in the Neck Sara Boughner, DPT, CPH Nearly half of the global population has suffered from headaches at some point in their lives. While symptoms can range from a dull ache to an excruciating sharp pain, it is important to differentiate what the source of the headache truly is. The International […]

Summer 2019 Newsletter

Training with the 80/20 Principle Sara Boughner, DPT As summer days truly begin to get warmer and the snow is melting quickly from the mountains, it is easy to spend more time outside, training harder and longer. Multiple invites from friends for long adventures can add up, and it is easy to see large jumps […]

Spring 2019 Newsletter

Decreasing Risk of Ankle Sprain Jesse Dupre, DPT The human foot and ankle are complicated structures comprised of numerous small bones, joints and ligaments. The foot and ankle have to be able to adapt to different movements and accommodate types of terrain including uneven, soft, or unsteady surfaces in order to keep balanced. This important […]

Women’s Running Clinic – Winter 2019 Newsletter

Sapphire PT Announces Upcoming Women’s Running Clinic Sara Boughner, SPT & Holly Warner, DPT Sapphire Physical Therapy is excited to present its Spring Women’s Running Clinic, on April 6. In partnership with Runner’s Edge and other local organizations, this clinic will provide a well-rounded experience for female runners who are interested in learning how to […]