October 27, 2014 in Blog
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Local writer and runner Kate Wicker writes about running your own race and finding a greater purpose.
Whatever your reasons and goals for running are, or whether you actually ever run in an official event or not, run your own race. Competing can be fun, but it’s not about your pace or if you end up with a medal; it’s about the run itself and the fact that you were courageous enough to start.
Our very own Jimbo Wood and Carrie Hilley are both quoted in the article, which was featured in the October 2014 issue of Catholic Digest.
Read the complete article: Run Your Own Race (PDF)
On July 28, 2014, Kellie Moore was given the opportunity to speak to a Parkinson’s Support Group on the benefits of exercise for individuals with Parkinson’s disease.
Benefits Exercise in Patients with Parkinson’s (PDF)
June 26, 2014 in News by Horizon Physical Therapy | Comments Off
Our new space in Oconee County is almost finished. We’re scheduled to get the keys to the new clinic next week and should be fully operational by Monday, July 7th. All patients scheduled on or after Monday, July 7th, will be seen at our new location:
- 1360 Caduceus Way, Bldg 200, Ste 105
- Watkinsville, GA 30677
Thanks to all our patients for all your support over the years. We are very excited about the future of Horizon Physical Therapy!
February 22, 2014 in Presentations by Horizon Physical Therapy | Comments Off
On Friday, February 21, 2014, Jimbo Wood, PT, spoke to coaches and parents from Athens Little League about common baseball injuries. Jimbo focused on overuse injuries, proper throwing mechanics, and injury prevention for Little League players. He also showed the benefits of slow-motion video analysis in recognizing and correcting throwing mechanics so that injuries can be prevented.
A PDF version of Jimbo’s presentation is available here.
October 1, 2013 in News by Horizon Physical Therapy | Comments Off
In an effort to better serve our patients as well as the greater Athens running community, we are excited to announce that we have purchased an Alter-G treadmill. The Alter-G is a state-of-the-art anti-gravity treadmill that allows injured runners to run throughout the rehab process and allows healthy runners to train with less stress on their lower body and less risk of injury. The Alter-G has also become an integral training tool for many professional runners and triathletes due to its ability to assist runners with “overspeed training”.
Our Alter-G will be up and running on Tuesday, October 15. We are currently selling punch cards good for 2 hours on the Alter-G. The time may be broken down into 15 minute increments and used as you wish. Also, runners may purchase individual sessions in 15 minute increments. Additionally, runners may purchase a monthly Alter-G membership which is good for 5 hours of Alter-G run time per week for 4 weeks.
Runners who call on or before Friday, October 11, to schedule an Alter-G appointment will get 15 minutes free with no obligations.
Call 706-548-7300 today to schedule a time to run on the Alter-G.
For more information on the Alter G, visit http://www.alterg.com/ .
For more information on overspeed training, click HERE.
15 minute session = $12
2 hour punch card = $75
Monthly Alter-G Membership= $250 for 4 weeks
Appointments based on first come/first served basis during regular business hours Monday through Friday. Sessions cannot exceed 1 hour per day.