Keep your student athlete busy this summer with a program designed to help them improve their performance and reduce injury!
Open for students ages 11 and up. Call to join a session in Lander or Riverton.
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Fremont Therapy Group is proud to announce Kati Quayle is now a Certified Lymphedema Therapist. Kati completed an intensive eight-day course at The Academy of Lymphatic Studies in Chattanooga Tennessee followed by a comprehensive examination to achieve her national certification.
There is no cure for lymphedema but treatments with Kati can reduce swelling and maintain the reduction, helping the patient improve their quality of life.
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November 16th, 2016
Three of Fremont Therapy Group’s physical therapists have recently started using dry needling to help with myofascial trigger point pain, or pain coming from the muscles and connective tissues. The physical therapists are using “dry” needles, without medication or injection, to release the trigger points.
Courtney Hansen, MPT, Justin Willis, PT, DPT, ATC and Myriah Warren, PT, DPT are using the skill of dry needling to relieve pain or improve their patients range of motion. http://bit.ly/2gbfd2e
October 15th, 2016
This month, Fremont Therapy Group is competing to see which of its 4 clinics can get the most steps. The FTG Step Challenge started as a way to promote a healthy lifestyle.
“I was surprised to find out how many people are already counting their steps and working on goals in this area,” exclaimed Nate Tanner, PT, DPT in the Rawlins clinic. “This is one area that I think technology has really helped us to be more active.”
"It's great to see the step challenge unite all of us as one clinic. We're all rooting for one another!" added Tom Davis, PT, DPT, MS, CSCS.
LVHS partners with Fremont Therapy Group to add Athletic Training Services for 2016-2017 school year
August 12th, 2016
Fremont County School District #1 has recently taken a major step to further ensure the safety of its high school athletes. The Lander Valley High School Principal, Brad Neuendorf, announced a partnership with Fremont Therapy Group to provide a certified athletic trainer to the athletic program for the 2016-2017 school year.
"This move will fill a much-needed gap in both the treatment and prevention of sports injuries of high school athletes," notes Mr. Neuendorf. “Having a certified athletic trainer on our high school campus is going to help us to protect the health of our student-athletes.” http://bit.ly/2hjYo17
June 15, 2016
Athletes are always pushing to jump higher, run faster and be stronger. What better way to set them up for success than to provide them with education and training to help them perform better and reduce their risk of injury.
Fremont Therapy and several Fremont County High Schools are teaming up to offer off-season injury prevention and performance programs to area athletes. Sportsmetrics™ programs are scientifically based and proven to reduce injuries while improving sport-specific performance. The programs are designed and structured to help female and male athletes of any age improve technique development and enhance their performance. http://www.county10.com/192669766337429504
May 12, 2016
Fremont Therapy Group is proud to announce their new outpatient, pediatric physical and occupational therapy program.
Occupational therapist, Lisa Rhyne, OTR/L, will spearhead the program and is excited about the benefits her “therapy through play” methods can offer the children and families of Fremont County. Lisa has been a practicing occupational therapist since 2001, and has a broad background in pediatrics, with advanced training in sensory processing disorders, autism spectrum disorders, developmental delays, and a variety of other pediatric conditions. She is a trained Integrated Listening System (iLs) practitioner.http://county10.com/178236779030118400
March 18, 2016
(Fremont County, Wyo) – The Lander Community Foundation's 2016 Challenge for Charities announces Fremont Therapy Group as a Platinum Sponsor. Owners Scott Phister and Brent Kaufman have committed $10,000 to secure their leadership place in the matching fund pool.This is Fremont Therapy's third time as a platinum sponsor. At the Lander Chamber Business After Hours event, which was hosted by Fremont Therapy Scott Phister noted "This community has been so good to us for the last 20 years and we are proud to give back to the community through the Lander Community Foundation. http://www.county10.com/160399369122611200
March 2, 2016
(Fremont County, Wyo) – Everyone experiences pain occasionally, it is a normal a part of life. However, when you find you’re changing your lifestyle to accommodate pain, that’s a sign it’s becoming “chronic pain”. Chronic pain is a condition when pain sensors in your body shift their function from protecting you to preventing you from doing the things you can and love.. https://county10.com/154249766937559040/pain-care-center-comes-to-fremont-county
March 1, 2016
(Carbon County, Wyo) – Fremont Therapy Group, based in Riverton, was just recorgnized as the new business of the year for it's expansion to Rawlins, Wyoming. Fremont THerapy has been a leading provider of physical, aquatic and sports therapy services in Riverton and Lander fo nearly 20 years.They expanded to Green River in 2014 and opened the Rawlins clinic last May. http://county10.com/154252177139826688
December 10, 2015
(Fremont County, Wyo) – We depend on our feet every day, but are we underestimating their importance and taking them for granted? A closer look at our feet can not only help take care of foot pain, but a host of other symptoms that may seem unrelated. An abnormal alignment of our feet can lead to injuries and issues in other parts of the body, including the knee, hip and lower back. http://county10.com/124629527706992640/your-feet-may-be-at-the-root-of-your-aches-and-pains-fremont-therapys-specialists-can-help
Help Fremont Therapy Group Celebrate National Physical Therapy Month – Prizes and free fall risk assessments
October 6, 2015
(Fremont County, Wyo) – Celebrate Physical Therapy Month 2015 with us and win $100! Physical therapy is all about helping you gain the strength, mobility and function you need to enjoy the activities you love – whether it’s doing work in your yard or in the office, playing sports or playing with your grandkids, taking a hike or running a marathon! http://county10.com/2015/10/06/help-fremont-therapy-group-celebrate-national-physical-therapy-month-prizes-and-free-fall-risk-assessments/
Summer is coming to an end and school athletics are about to start! Fremont Therapy’s new Sportsmetrics™ program can help keep your athletes safe and strong this school year. Athletes are competitive by nature, so there’s always a push to jump higher, run faster and be stronger. The Sportsmetrics™ program is scientifically based and proven to reduce injuries while improving sports performance. The program is designed and structured to progress male and female athletes of any age from technique development to performance enhancement. http://county10.com/2015/08/14/fremont-therapys-sportsmetrics-program-gets-athletes-ready-to-win-first-sign-ups-are-free/
Letting it go? A secret you should share with your Fremont Therapy Group Men’s/Women’s Health Specialist
Some topics do not lend themselves to good dinner-table conversation; for this very reason many men and women are silent when it comes to symptoms like chronic constipation, urinary, bowel or gas leakage, or pain with sexual intercourse. Believe it or not, one in three women and millions of men are living with some type of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, so we’re definitely not alone. Most go undiagnosed and untreated, because it is too embarrassing to talk about, even to our health care provider. http://archive.county10.com/2015/07/30/letting-it-go-a-secret-you-should-share-with-your-fremont-therapy-group-menswomens-health-specialist/
Fremont Therapy Group held a grand opening Thursday afternoon in celebration of expanding and opening a physical, occupational and sports therapy clinic in Rawlins.Fremont Therapy Group opened its doors May 11 and has seen patients needing physical therapy, hand therapy, sports therapy and more since then. “We’re here to help the community be healthier and happier,” Patient Care Coordinator Leanna Terry said. “Our services can help individuals be pain free.” Rawlins Daily Times
June 6, 2015
Fremont Therapy Group is a leading provider of physical, aquatic, and sports therapy services, with clinics in Riverton, Lander and Green River. They recently opened their newest clinic in Rawlins. The Rawlins clinic is located at 1102 W. Spruce Street and is a newly constructed 6,000 square foot building. Rawlins Daily Times
March 3, 2015
Fremont Therapy Group is offering several free Running Analysis sessions to help launch their new, advanced High-Definition Video Motion Analysis System. The sessions are available at both the Lander and Riverton clinics. Similar systems are used to cover sporting events for entertainment purposes, but in the hands of Fremont Therapy professionals, the system becomes a powerful tool for seeing weaknesses and demonstrating performance improvement opportunities. http://county10.com/2015/03/03/video-analysis-system-for-improving-your-running-only-with-fremont-therapy/
January 29, 2015
Conditions including feeling dizzy after moving your head or your body can lead to problems with balance and walking. While not uncommon among older adults, it is not a “normal part of aging.” Symptoms can be caused by a head or neck injury, conditions affecting the central nervous system, inner ear infections or a combination of medications. http://archive.county10.com/2015/01/29/dizzy-or-off-balance-lately-get-help-from-fremont-therapys-vestibular-specialist/
January 21, 2015
For the last four years, the Lander Community Foundation has provided grants to numerous community organizations, and this year’s awards were the most given out to date. This year the LCF awarded $15,000 to 17 organizations at brief ceremony at the Lander Care & Share Food Bank. This is an increase of $7,000 over 2014. Out of 23 applicants, chosen organizations demonstrated a compelling need and the capacity to achieve their project, the LCF states. ...These funds were largely provided by the Challenge for Charities Community Challengers whose generous donations sponsored the matching fund pool and the Open Grant program. Most notably Fremont Therapy and Fremont Toyota’s platinum-level sponsorship allows this grant program to make a highly meaningful impact in Lander. http://archive.county10.com/2015/01/21/lander-community-foundation-awards-17-organization-with-15k-in-grants/
December 4, 2014
Fremont Therapy employs trained specialists to work extensively with athletes and other active individuals who expect to recover from injury or surgery quickly, as well as to advance their personal performance in sports or recreational activities when relevant. http://archive.county10.com/2014/12/04/fremont-therapy-specialist-provides-advanced-training-for-athletes-and-the-fitness-minded/
November 21, 2014
Mitch Johnson, Director of Fremont Therapy Group’s Riverton Clinic, recently completed another advanced upper extremity therapy training program. This program focused on the evaluation and treatment of patients’ shoulder injuries and rehabilitation treatments, and qualifies Mitch as Fremont Therapy Group’s resident expert for conditions affecting areas from the neck to the hand.http://archive.county10.com/2014/11/21/specialized-physical-therapy-training-saves-patients-time-and-money/
October 27, 2014
It’s been a week since Fremont Therapy announced their $250 geocache contest and people are already buzzing around the county in search of the caches. We’re in full swing, but it’s not too late to join the excitement. http://archive.county10.com/2014/10/27/late-win-250-fremont-therapys-geocache-contest/
October 16, 2014
Fremont Therapy marks physical therapy month with a geocache contest including two $250 prizes and tons of free gear! Geo-what? Geocache. It’s a modern-day treasure hunt that uses a GPS instead of a map. In honor of National Physical Therapy Month, Fremont Therapy is literally planting several caches (treasure chests) in our community filled with great prizes and ultimately a $250 cash award to the treasure hunter who locates the final cache with the Golden Reflex Hammer. http://archive.county10.com/2014/10/16/500-geocache-contest-celebrate-physical-therapy-month/
September 30, 2014
For just under three years John Kindle has helped residents of Lander and Riverton overcome injuries at Fremont Therapy. Now, they’d like to wish him well as he embarks on a new journey in Arizona for an Orthopedic Residency at The Arizona School of Health Sciences/A.T. Still University. Read more at http://archive.county10.com/2014/09/30/fremont-therapy-says-goodbye-john-kindle/
September 23, 2014
RAWLINS – When Fremont Therapy Group purchased the property on the southwest corner of Spruce and 10th streets more than a year ago, it was a barren lot with a few trees and a couple of recycling dumpsters. With L.M. Olson at the helm, construction activity has been buzzing at the site for the past month. Soon, the piles of dirt and excavators will give way to a state-of-the-art physical therapy facility. “It’ll be a full service facility offering a full spectrum of physical therapy services,” Administrator Deborah Kaufman said. “There will be an aquatic therapy pool with a treadmill in the pool, four private treatment rooms and a gym.”
August 19, 2014
The following sponsors, community volunteers, and race participants contributed over $14,000 and supported an event that promoted healthy lifestyles and community involvement. The race organizers were able to designate nearly $10,000 to the Steve James Family for their heart transplant and nearly $2,000 toward the effort to reconstruct the Darcie Zimmer Memorial trail. Read more at http://archive.county10.com/2014/08/19/parade-day-5k-cycle-swim-thanks-sponsors/
July 26, 2014
The first ever Parade Day 5k, Cycle or Swim got an early morning start today in Riverton. Check out these pics from the starting line! Read more at http://archive.county10.com/2014/07/26/first-ever-parade-day-5k-gets-early-start/
July 24, 2014
This Saturday morning, join Fremont County residents in the first annual Go Fremont County Parade Day 5K, Cycle or Swim in Riverton. Each event starts at the same time, however, participants can form a team to compete in all three events for best overall times. Instead of a sprint triathlon, the individual events include a 5k run or walk, a 25-mile bike ride and a 606-yard swim. Whether participating as an individual or on a team, each participant will do just one of the three events. Read more at http://archive.county10.com/2014/07/24/parade-day-5k-cycle-swim-just-around-corner/
June 9, 2014
Fremont Therapy has promoted two individuals to the newly created position of Clinic Manager. Mitch Johnson, MPT, CHT is now the Clinic Director of the Riverton clinic and Courtney Hansen, MPT is the Clinic Director of the Lander clinic. Not only are they strong clinicians, they have a proven track record of leadership and they have demonstrated commitment to their profession. In conjunction with their new role, both Mitch and Courtney will continue to see patients on a daily basis. Read more at http://archive.county10.com/2014/06/09/fremont-therapy-promotes-two-individuals-manage-clinics-riverton-lander/
May 12, 2014
Women share secrets with each other about a lot of things, but we shy away from discussing that little thing that happens when we sneeze, cough or laugh too hard. The truth is, up to 50% of women experience some form of bladder control issue in their lifetime, even fit women who haven’t had multiple children. This little problem causes us to avoid certain activities and exercise, and it diminishes our quality of life. http://archive.county10.com/2014/05/12/heres-secret-one-three-fremont-county-women-afraid-talk/
January 28, 2014
When presented with the opportunity to mentor a physical therapy graduate student, Mitch Johnson, a physical therapist with Fremont Therapy Group, jumped at the chance to expose the student to his area of specialty. Mitch is a Certified Hand Therapist (CHT), which is a nationally recognized certification for treating patients with upper extremity issues. Read more at http://county10.com/2014/01/28/hand-shoulder-specialist-shares-expertise-physical-therapy-student/
Physical therapists Courtney Hansen and Kim Asbell and PTA Bree Martinsen recognized for 15 years of service
October 22, 2013
Fremont Therapy Group is pleased to honor physical therapists, Courtney Hansen, MPT and Kim Asbell, MPT, and physical therapist assistant, Bree Martinsen, PTA for their 15 years of dedication to us. All three therapists have made significant contributions to our company, their patients, the community and the physical therapy profession. Read more at http://county10.com/2013/10/22/physical-therapists-courtney-hansen-kim-asbell-pta-bree-martinsen-recognized-15-years-service/
October 3, 2013
When we think of recovering from injuries and chronic conditions, we rarely think of water, however, this is changing with increasing recognition of the benefits of aquatic therapy, which uses the relieving, low-impact environment of water to help people achieve their health and wellness goals gently and effectively. Read more at http://county10.com/2013/10/03/aquatic-physical-therapy-effective-therapy-many-people/
September 10, 2013
Fremont Therapy Group announced the launch of its completely redesigned website and expanded patient education resources. The education resources and easy to navigate website are examples of our commitment to the community through education and the promotion of active, healthy lifestyles. The site includes hundreds of articles and videos that cover topics such as injuries, illnesses, sports and work activities, injury care, women’s health and pain management.