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Gait This

There are many ways to do something, but often time there is a better or best way. Just because you can do something a certain way, doesn’t mean you should….

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5 Season Success Tips

“Success is the sum of small efforts repeated day in and day out” – Robert Collier. I couldn’t agree more with Mr. Collier, but what do those small efforts look…

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October 2014

Keep in touch with the events at Rausch PT and Sports Performance. Here’s some dates to save this month! If you have a question about any of the events listed,…

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Meet Jack

Our newest addition to Rausch Physical Therapy and Sports Performance, Jack McPheron, Director of the Performance Lab located inside our office. He studied Mechanical Engineering at Penn State, his brain…

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6 Fitness Trends on the Rise

We are still enjoying the last few weeks of summer and the Huffington Post has already forecasted the fitness trends for 2015. Many of you have the latest and greatest…

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Wheels 4 Life

This summer we were everywhere. Tuesday and Thursday nights from May to August were filled with bikes, running shoes, swim caps and goggles. And through it all, we had the…

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Training Knowledge is Power

VO2 Testing With the introduction of the internet not all that long ago, we have all quickly realized now more than ever that knowledge is power. We can see this…

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Training Knowledge is Power

<h2><img class=”alignright wp-image-1454 size-full” src=”http://www.blograuschpt.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Performance-Lab-blog.jpg” alt=”Rausch Physical Therapy and Sports Performance” width=”295″ height=”200″ />VO2 Testing</h2> <p>With the introduction of the internet not all that long ago, we have all quickly…

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Cavemen… They do exist.

Lucky us! We had the chance to treat the real Caveman, Conrad Stoltz a true legend in the world of off-road Triathlon. He’s still leading the pack and racing Pro…

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