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2-Therapist Treatment OffersUnique Experience by Justine Calderwood, MSPT "Make a Wish" This was said in humor but in all honesty having two skilled therapists doing Myofascial Release on you is AMAZING! ​For those people suffering from long-standing, complex, or widespread pain, this picture is heavenly.  Imagine yourself on the table in this picture.  Can you feel your chest opening, your shoulders releasing, a soft melting reaching into your upper back, shoulder blades, and base of your neck?  Can't you just FEEL your tension easing?The gentle, unhurried lengthening of your muscles, taking pressure off your joints and nervous system, and allowing you to breathe a little easier and be more aware of those stuck areas of your body you've spent far too long ignoring? 

10 Questions to Ask Yourself When Looking For a Physical Therapist by Justine Calderwood, MSPT Are you currently looking for a physical therapist so you can feel better again or move easier?  Is an injury or trauma preventing you from enjoying the things you used to, making you feel tense, sore, or limited in life?  Are you worried that if you don't do something about it then things might get worse?  ​At the Healing Spot Physical Therapy we recognize that you have a choice when it comes to choosing your physical therapist, so we compiled a list of questions that you can ask yourself when choosing a provider.   Regardless of which physical therapy clinic your physician or surgeon recommends, it's ultimately your choice to decide who you want to hire to help you return to

Migraine Relief by Justine Calderwood, MSPT Got Migraines? Watch this video to discover how Specialized Physical Therapy in the form of Myofascial Release can give you the relief you've been searching for! If you've been suffering for longer than 6 weeks with migraine or headache pain, and are tired of missing work, hiding away for hours or days on end, and missing out on life with those you love

What Do You do? by Justine Calderwood, MSPT It is a simple enough question:​"What do you do?"Me: “I do Physical Therapy”. ​Translation: I help people who are in pain feel better.  I help people who have limited mobility move easier (such as walking, hiking, getting out of bed, playing with kids, cycling, climbing stairs, reaching into overhead cupboards, getting out of a chair, running, walking in your home without holding onto furniture, squatting to get something off the floor, getting dressed, styling your hair

How to Feel Great​ Again! by Justine Calderwood, MSPT Do you remember what your life was like before you started having low back or neck pain? How did you feel before your car accident?  Or when you could reach into the cupboard or blow dry your hair without first planning it out or flat out avoiding it because of shoulder pain?  How much more enjoyable was getting together with friends to ski or ride ATVs when you didn't worry about "paying for it" the next day?  Picture it, with as many details as you can.  Were you smiling?  Could you do what you wanted, as long as you wanted?  Did you worry or limit yourself the way you do now? How did it feel to wake up in the morning, fully

Oils + Physical Therapy by Justine Calderwood, MSPT I recently decided to bring my love of essential oils into my physical therapy practice as I considered how they could complement the treatment I provide.  I’ve been using Young Living essential oils for about three years now, mainly at home for myself and my family. When I first heard about essential oils I didn’t even know what they were.  Now I know it’s the natural oil found in plants, and can come from the leaf, stem, root, flower petals, peel, wood or root.   I first got introduced to essential oils to help me deal with some insomnia and emotional turmoil, and I was looking for something that would help me sleep and ease my tension.   ​I happened to see some essential oils on the shelf

3 Tips to Relieve the​ Pain in Your Butt By Justine Calderwood, MSPT ​No, this isn’t a blog post on how to get rid of that irritating person that causes you so much grief in your life.  This is a post about how to relieve that nagging, grating pain in your rump.  You know, that one that aches when you are sitting, working at your computer.  The one that causes a hot, poker sensation in your tush when you’re going up stairs.  Or the ache that you get when you try to increase your running mileage.  The one you just can’t ignore when you’re picking something up off the floor, standing in line at the grocery store, or trying to get comfortable so you can [finally] drift off to sleep. That’s the one.

The Body's Connections by Justine Calderwood, MSPT      About a month ago I got a call from a gentleman who wanted to book a massage.  He had gotten my number from a friend of his wife, who told him that I help people who are in pain.  We talked a little while so I could determine what was going on that he was needing a massage.  His lower back was really bothering him and he was desperate for some relief.  I didn’t want to mislead him…I’m not a Massage Therapist.  There is some overlap of what I do and what my massage therapist friends do, so perhaps I would be able to help him.  The thing is, though, when I explained that I was a Physical Therapist and that I was confident