Welcome our New Therapist

Please help us welcome Brianne Neils to PRO Physical Therapy!

Combining Brianne’s clinical knowledge and experience in sports medicine with evidenced based manual therapy, she strives to develop functional strengthening programs that focus on reducing her patient’s pain and limitations. With experience treating different populations, her ability to adapt patient unique treatments cross-culturally is what sets her apart from other therapists. Brianne’s goal is to help patients push past the mental and physical barriers associated with injury and pain in order to exceed goals and expectations.

We are now open extended hours, please contact us today to schedule an appointment with Brianne.

The ABC’s of PHT: A Guide to Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy

By: Noah Bernhardt, SPT in conjunction with Dave Nissenbaum MPT, LAT, OCS and Jeff Schleusner DPT, PRO Physical Therapy

What is proximal hamstring tendinopathy?

Proximal hamstring tendinopathy (PHT) is a common injury among distance runners and endurance athletes–especially those whose jobs involve long periods of sitting. It presents as deep gluteal (butt) pain that worsens with running, accelerating (such as when sprinting on foot or bike as well as ascending hills on foot or bike), or sitting on hard surfaces.1 If this type of pain persists greater than 3 months it is generally considered to be a tendinopathy.

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