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Graston Technique offered at HealthQuest!

Feeling a little stiff after surgery? Have you recently been slowed down by an injury and need to get back in the game? Do the bottoms of your feet hurt when you get out of bed? Does shoulder or elbow pain prevent you from simple things like picking up a gallon of milk or combing your hair? The Graston Technique® could be just the thing to iron out tangled tissue, eliminate your pain, and get you back to doing the things you need to do.  

Would you like to experience the benefits of the Graston Technique®? Call any one of our 8 clinic locations to schedule a Free Consultation with one of our physical therapists to learn how the benefits of the Graston Technique® can get you back to work, life and play!

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Written by Michael Wacht

May 25, 2010 at 8:27 pm

Golf Exercise Class with Physical Therapist Dan Garr

Golf Exercise Class with Dan Garr

Join Dan Garr, HQPT Physical Therapist, for a golf exercise class.  Together with Oxford Parks and Recreation Dept a Golf Exercise will be held on Tuesday, March 23 from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm.

Contact Oxford Parks and Rec for more information at 248 628-1720.  There is No Charge for this class.


This information was provided by HealthQuest Physical Therapy and Wellness Centers: Return to Work, Return to Life, Return to Play.  To learn more about HealthQuest Physical Therapy services and how we can help you recover from an on-the-job injury, regain your independence and get back to living your life, or return to the physical activities you love visit our website at

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Written by Michael Wacht

March 18, 2010 at 9:58 am

Posted in Events, Sports

Back on Course

Spring has sprung and it’s time, once again, to face the fairway, but not until you face some facts that will improve your game and help prevent injuries on the course.

The lower back, wrist and elbow account for 80% of all injuries sustained by golfers. Like most sports, golf recruits muscles from nearly every part of your body (see diagrams); This is why the importance of a comprehensive exercise program cannot be ignored, and why your participation in one is mandatory.

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Written by Brooks Juneau

May 25, 2008 at 3:51 pm

Posted in Back, Sports