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Follow-Up on Team Stride’s 2018 Movement Goals

We’re 7 months out since the associates at Stride Physio declared their 2018 movement goals for “all the world” to see. With our Stride family growing and our clinic expanding, so are our goals and ambitions.

Click here to take a look at our team’s past goals of 2018 and feel free to continue following

By | 2018-08-09T17:51:15+00:00 August 9th, 2018|Conversation|

Row, Row, Row Your Ergometer

By Coral Lewis, BSc., MPT, CAFCI

Looking for a full body workout? Look no further! With a few helpful technique tips for injury prevention, the rowing Ergometer (a.k.a the ERG) can be a great addition to your gym workout. The ERG can challenge your body in new ways while providing a great cardiovascular workout and working all

By | 2018-08-09T17:33:48+00:00 August 9th, 2018|Conversation|

Body Mechanics with Babies and Toddlers

By Alexis Eusterbrock, DPT, COMT, OCS, Pelvic Rehab Provider

Whether you are a new parent, a grandparent, nanny, or other caregiver, taking care of infants and toddlers can be hard physical work. Protecting your body while providing for a child’s needs can often be very challenging and result in a number of overuse injuries such as

By | 2018-08-09T17:29:16+00:00 August 9th, 2018|Conversation|

Stride Physio’s Lease Expansion

By Susanne Michaud, DPT, OCS

We are now 6 weeks into the construction of the Stride clinic expansion and it’s coming along swimmingly. The wall between the adjoining offices came down and new treatment rooms went up. We are gaining more private treatment rooms that overlook Lake Union and a significantly larger movement space.  We chose

By | 2018-08-09T17:26:06+00:00 August 9th, 2018|Conversation|

“Every Breath You Take, Every Move You Make.”

By Laurie Gribschaw, DPT, ATC, PRC

Breathing: one of the basic things we take for granted since it happens as an automatic process. But how we breathe matters to our immune system, nervous system and dental health, especially for our developing children.

Let’s have a brief anatomy review to assess how nasal breathing helps our immune system

By | 2018-08-09T17:20:42+00:00 August 9th, 2018|Conversation|

September 18th, Kathe Wallace Pelvic Organ Prolapse Seminar at Stride Physio

Stride Physio is excited to announce that physical therapist, Kathe Wallace, who focuses on pelvic floor rehabilitation, will be teaching a Pelvic Organ Prolapse Continuing Education Seminar at our clinic!

The seminar will be hosted at Stride Physio on September 15th, 2018 at 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. 

To purchase tickets for Kathe’s seminar, you can visit

By | 2018-06-25T09:40:06+00:00 June 21st, 2018|Conversation|

Teaching Your Brain to Crave Healthy Habits

By Mylan Vu, DPT, OCS, MTC

Have you ever tried to create a healthy habit for yourself? Perhaps it was to eat better, sleep more, read nightly, or do your physical therapy exercises more regularly?  After you decided to make this change, how long was it before you fell back into old patterns? It can be frustrating

By | 2018-05-08T11:58:05+00:00 April 23rd, 2018|Conversation|

The Aging Runner – That’s Me!

By Susanne Michaud, DPT, OCS

I am a constant runner.  I run because it is the fiber of my being, the ya ya’s in my cells, the therapy for my blahs, the generator of my ideas, my connector to everyday nature. I’ve run consistently for 36 years, give or take time out for injury, since joining

By | 2018-04-23T10:40:57+00:00 April 23rd, 2018|Conversation|

Optimal Biomechanics of the Double Kettlebell Swing

By Laurie Gribschaw, DPT, ATC, PRC

Seattle is a swingin’ town when it comes to getting and staying fit with kettlebells.  Knowing how to use proper body mechanics will keep you safe and improve your performance outcomes.  This article examines the anatomical and functional demands of the double kettlebell swing in sagittal plane of the body

By | 2018-04-23T10:32:32+00:00 April 23rd, 2018|Conversation|