Julia Nelson received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of North Dakota in 2016, after studying athletic training and psychology at UND as an undergraduate. Julia’s particular areas of interest include orthopedics, sports medicine, manual therapy, pediatrics, vestibular rehabilitation, and neurological based injuries. As an athlete herself, Julia understands and is committed to helping patients with sport’s injuries. Growing up in Warroad, MN, Julia also has strong family ties to the Thief River Falls area. Her grandparent’s farm near Viking has always been one of Julia’s favorite places. Julia and her husband Wyatt are avid deer hunters and forever Minnesota Vikings fans. Wyatt and Julia are expecting their first child in Nov. 2018.
Andrew Boynton was born and raised in Orem, Utah spending his youth cultivating a love of the outdoors while frequenting the Mighty 5 National Parks of Utah. As a teenager he developed a love of soccer, running, and international travel, while playing soccer and running cross-country throughout Europe. Pursuing a degree in Exercise Science from Brigham Young University, Andrew continued his love of soccer while playing at the collegiate club level. His passion for exercise as medicine led him to finding his dream career in physical therapy and attended Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions where he earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2017. Andrew focuses on principles of specific therapeutic exercise coupled with manual therapy to achieve optimum outcomes in patients with all sources of pain from the neck and back, to the extremities. He believes in providing an excellent, individualized experience for each person he treats, and that a smile throughout therapy goes a long way.
Lindsay joined PDR in 2012. Prior to PDR, she held positions at Advanced Spina Associates, PA, and Twin Cities Spine Center. Her duties included assisting in spinal surgical procedures, and providing pre and post-surgical education and assessments. Lindsay earned her Master of Medical Science degree from the Physician Assistant Program at the University of St. Francis in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 2004. Her interests include injury/illness prevention, non-surgical and post-surgical management of spinal conditions, and wellness and health promotion. Lindsay is a memeber of the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants, the American Academy of Physician Assistants and the Minnesota Academy of Physician Assistants.
Alicia developed a passion for physical therapy after bilateral ACL reconstructions that led to a substantial amount of time spent in rehab. She went on to graduate from Northland Community and Technical College in East Grand Forks in 2010 as a Physical Therapist Assistant. She spent 3 years away from northwestern Minnesota working as a PTA and returned in the summer of 2012. Alicia began working as a partnership with Kim in January of 2013, and has embraced the opportunity to become part of the RehabAuthority Family. Alicia looks forward to continuing to grow as a therapist with plans to develop the “Acceleration Program” for youth athletes.
Tyler grew up in Beulah, a small town in west-central North Dakota. He graduated from Beulah High School in 2007 where he was a 3-sport athlete competing in football, basketball, and track & field. His inspiration for becoming a physical therapist came through the process of re-habbing personal injuries to get back to playing the games he loved. Physical Therapy also provided a unique blend of skills that Tyler enjoys – including teaching and problem solving – traits he undoubtedly picked up from his mom (a teacher) and his dad (an engineer).
“There is such a danger in too much assumption in politics,” he told Splinter. “Would you not have assumed that either major political party would not knowingly allow a guy like Art Jones to run unopposed on a ballot? If you threw $10,000 and a garbage can in a primary you’d beat him. But the Republican party just didn’t and nearly 21,000 people unknowingly voted for a bad guy. They let those people down.”
Aaron married his wife Kristin, a West Fargo native, in 2013 and 2 years later were presented with an opportunity to move to Fargo to be closer to family and friends. Aaron is excited to be a part of the Fargo/Moorhead community and Rehab authority team, where he strives to provide the best physical therapy possible to the people of the Red River Valley.
Patients are able to test and train on this equipment with the joints isolated and surrounding musculature in biomechanically correct positions and at speeds that replicate function. This technologically advanced system also permits the earliest possible post-operative intervention to decrease joint effusion (increase fluid), increase range of motion, and develop strength.
Physical therapy is a type of treatment you may need when health problems or injuries make it difficult to move around and perform everyday tasks. It helps you gain strength, improve flexibility and feel less pain. It also helps improve your fitness level and endurance. Physical therapy can help with recovery after surgeries as well. Physical therapy may be used alone or with other treatments. You do not need a referral from your doctor to attend physical therapy, unless your insurance requires it.
The Neck & Back Medical Center is one of only a handful of clinics in Southern California that offers MedX lumbar and cervical medical evaluation and treatment. Our state–of–the–art computerized MedX medical testing and strengthening equipment is used to test then treat patients with neck and/or low back pain as well as limited range of motion resulting from long-term pain and dysfunction. The benefit of the MedX machine is that it can isolate the deep muscles of the lumbar spine. MedX rehabilitation machines are precisely adjusted to each individual patient during the first therapy session. The back or neck muscles are gradually strengthened leading to long- term success for the patient.
Strong abs are vital to spinal support. The patented bio-mechanical design of the Core Ab Isolator provides the highest degree of isolation for abdominal muscles available. Unlike other ab machines, the Core Ab Isolator neutralizes hip flexor muscles and restricts arching in the base of the spine. This provides core abdominal muscle isolation, while eliminating the hazard of lower back discomfort. The result is a superior abdominal burn.
Biomechanically precise trains the flexion and extension muscles of the neck for improved range of motion, stretches and strengthens the cervical spinal muscles for decompression of the upper spine while promoting increased omni-directional strength and flexibility of entire neck. Based on the superior biotechnology of the MedX Medical Neck Extension machine used in spinal rehabilitation facilities around the world.
Amber is starting a family in October 2018. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, dancing, physical fitness, lake life, fishing, and loves the opportunity for a new adventure. She is excited to begin her career as a Physical Therapist Assistant at RehabAuthority. She truly enjoys working with orthopedic injuries and is excited to grow as a clinician with help from her colleagues.
MedX is the highest-quality and most researched fitness, sports and medical/rehabilitation equipment in existence. Developed in 1986 by Arthur Jones, founder of Nautilus, MedX is the leader in medical exercise technology. Its rehabilitation method is based on high intensity training and has a proven track record of to helping individuals who have not had success with other forms of treatment.Under the supervision of our MedX Certified trainers, patients safely perform short, single sets of exercises with maximum intensity: isolating and strengthening muscles in the back and neck. PCSM’s facility has recently expanded to include MedX Super Slow consisting of 12 stations for core exercise and entire body rehabilitation. With over 15 years of research, MedX is recognized as the highest standard for treating and reducing chronic back pain including, degenerative joint disease, spinal stenosis, and individuals who are recuperating from back injuries.
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