Many of our patients have discovered that their co-workers too could benefit from physical therapy and actually have ended up referring them to us.
Upon invitation, we have visited several employers in the neighborhood to educate their co-workers on the benefits of physical therapy by providing the following complimentary services.
- Work Postural Alignment Training
- Workstation Stretch Exercise Education
- Health Fair Attendance
- 20-minute Consultation
If any of these services could benefit your co-workers and colleagues, then please connect us with a contact in your Human Resources Department. We’ll take it from there.
These are some of our most recent visits.
Core virtually visits F5 for their Annual Wellness Fair In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, F5 Networks decided to provide their employees with a virtual Wellness Fair, to which we were invited back to attend. Jennifer Iyo, PT, DPT gave a presentation on proper...
The weather is hot, the gym is closed, and you've been relaxing - enjoying the lazy, hazy days of summer. Taking a day off here and there is no problem, but if you've been consistently missing your regular run, bike ride, or gym session and notice some aches and pains...
Stretches to Prevent Tension Headaches by Lauren Zilke, PT, DPTFor the past few months, we have been dealing with lifestyle changes due to the Covid 19 outbreak. The uncertainty of these circumstances can be stressful and perhaps has led to the development of...
Setting Yourself up for Success: Writing Goals by Lauren Zilke, PT, DPT What are your fitness goals? Have you been wanting to run a 5k? Bike from Seattle to Portland? Lose 10 pounds? How will you achieve these goals? You are 42% more likely to achieve your goals...
If you’re taking advantage of having more time at home to finally tackle yard projects, make sure you they don’t take you down the following week.
Yard work includes uncomfortable positions, heavy lifting, and repetitive movements that can lead to neck, back, wrist, and knee pain.
First, no judgement if you haven’t been partaking in Zoom Zumba or running on the sidewalk with a mask on. We’re all doing the best we can with the gyms closed and routines thrown off.
Actively Northwest talked to physical therapists from Core Physical Therapy about how to get back to your regularly scheduled exercise routine safely and without injury. First, manage your expectations. You aren’t going to be able to perform at the same level you did in February.
Whether you’ve been out of the running game for a while or are looking for a new workout challenge, Jeremy Yuen, running specialist and doctor of physical therapy at Core Physical Therapy, has tips for hitting the pavement or treadmill.
Whether you’re starting a bike commute, thinking of leisurely family bike rides, or planning to go all-out and compete in a race, you’ll want to do a few things: Get a bike that fits, avoid injuries, and get a helmet!
CORE’s very own Jacob Kmiecik, PT, DPT visits King 5 to appear on their New Day Northwest segment on “Working from home? Keep your mind and body healthy with these wellness tips.”
Jacob Kmiecik, PT, DPT was the guest speaker on King 5 New Day Northwest's segment on working from home. This is more relevant now more so, since many employees are being asked to work from home. He provided great tips on how to create an ideal physical workspace and...
Paul de Beijl, L.Ac., PT and Randy Schmidt, PT, COMT visited the Department of Transportation to give a presentation on postural alignment during one of the Employee Monthly Lunch & Learn events hosted by their NWR Wellness Committee. Both Paul and Randy enjoyed...