5 Snacks to Throw in Your Bag When You Are on the Go

Andrew: Hey there, it’s Andrew Dombek from AID Physical Performance Therapy. I’ve got a guest with me today, Angela Mari of GoodLife Nutrition. Angela: Hi, guys. Andrew: And she’s here to help me answer one of the questions that we get from a lot of our patients who happen to be moms. There’s a lot…

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What is an Integrative Health Coach

Andrew: Welcome back, this is Andrew Dominic and I’m in the AID Performance Physical Therapy studios. Inside their gym, check out our new mats. I’ve got another special guest. It’s Angela Marie of GoodLife Nutrition. Angela: Hi, guys. Andrew: Thanks for coming back. Today she’s gonna tell us a little bit more about what an…

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5 Must Do Hikes in Northern Virginia if You Are Not Suffering From Knee or Back Pain

Hey guys, it’s Andrew Dombek again, owner of AID Performance Physical Therapy. I want to share with you five great hikes to do in Northern Virginia if you’re not suffering from knee or back pain. Take a look, I just finished Difficult Run. I started out in Great Falls, it gets crowded on the weekends,…

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How to improve your Ankle Mobility to help with squatting properly (to help prevent lower back pain)!

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How to improve your hip mobility in order to perform a proper squat (to help prevent back pain)!

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Ask Yourself if What You Are Doing Today Is Getting You Closer to Where You Want to Be Tomorrow?

Hey there, it’s Andrew. Hope you are having great day. I wanted to keep you in the loop on all things AID PPT. We are really excited about the move and are constantly planning and prepping for the new location. In case you missed it, we have found and secured a new location for our…

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5 Tips from Elite Racer Rochelle Basil Sceats for Racing in Cool Rainy Weather

Hey Guys its me Andrew Dombek from AID Performance Physical Therapy. I wanted to give you some tips in anticipation of this weekend Loudoun Half Marathon in Ashburn for any of you that are running.   The weather forecast for this weekend on Sunday is supposed to be in the 50’s and rainy so what…

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How to Avoid “Plantar Fasciitis” And “Shin Splints”

I’m still seeing a lot of Sunday morning runners out running and that is a good thing! But what I’m about to write comes with a bit of warning that I had brought to my attention by a chance conversation that took place in my local gym on Tuesday. The story is basically this: A…

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Is SITTING the new *smoking*? (…Causing Back & Shoulder Pain)

Here’s a habit that everyone of us is doing daily.   But is it a good one?   Sitting is something that was once done only when you needed a rest.   But not anymore. Sitting has now almost become what I call a dangerous norm. Whether in your car commuting, at work, eating dinner,…

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Is It Safe To Exercise With A Bad Back?

  Lets talk about exercise and back pain… Last week I had a question asked by one of our patients, Kevin, 47, from Landsdowne… … it’s one that we get asked about often (especially since the January gym rush!): “Is it ok to exercise when my back is hurting? I’ve just got into a good…

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