"Four Painter Pals" Art Exhibit

“Four Painter Pals” Art Exhibit

October 31st, 2018

Your Invited! Four local artists will exhibit their art at Appalachian Physical Therapy during November and December. Lourene Bender, Leigh Crumrine, Anne McFarland and Janet Lee Wright, are all signature members of the Shenandoah Valley Watercolor Society, although each works in a different style. Besides being award winning artists, the four are also good friends

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PT Tech Dan

Welcome PT Tech Dan Buhls to Broadway

October 31st, 2018

With the recent retirement of Mrs. Carla Lloyd, who we will dearly miss, we welcome to the Broadway office the new PT Tech Dan Buhl. Dan recently graduated from James Madison University with a Bachelors in Kinesiology with a concentration in Exercise Science.  He has completed a physical therapy minor and an occupational therapy minor upon

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Coordinator in Harrisonburg

New Office Coordinator in Harrisonburg

October 31st, 2018

If you have been to Appalachian Physical Therapy in Harrisonburg in the past month or so, you probably recognized a new welcoming face at the front desk. Our new Office Coordinator Janie, comes to us from Timberville, Va where she lives with her husband and 3 kids on their beef and poultry farm. Janie has

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Artist Open House

Artist Open House

September 4th, 2018

We at Appalachian Physical Therapy in Harrisonburg are at it again. We will be hosting a Artist Open House on Wednesday, September 12th from 7pm-8:30pm featuring local artist Carolyn Yager, that will be open to the public for free. Carolyn Yager is a retired neurophysiologist who served for more than a decade as an investigator

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Parkinson's Wellness Recovery

Bringing Parkinson’s Wellness Recovery (PWR!®) to the Valley

July 27th, 2018

Bringing Parkinson’s Wellness Recovery to the Valley -Dr. Jennifer Grove, PT, DPT, LSVT BIG®, PWR!® Certified Instructor, Leigh Nicolas, PWR!® Cert Instructor. Approximately 1.2 million people in the US are predicted to have Parkinson’s disease (PD) by 2030, according to a recent large scale study put on by the Parkinson’s Foundation.  This prediction precipitates the

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