Round About 5K
Jul
23
9:00 am09:00

Round About 5K

  • Deer Park Physical Therapy

The Round “About 5k” is an enjoyable scenic run/walk (strollers welcome!) weaving and winding through the streets of Deer Park, including two roundabouts hence the name. The proceeds from the Round “About 5k” benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), whose mission is to: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.

LLS is the world’s largest voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancer. LLS funds lifesaving blood cancer research around the world and provides free information and support services.

You may not know…

  • Approximately every 3 minutes one person in the United States is diagnosed with a blood cancer.
  • Since its first funding in 1954, LLS has invested almost $1 billion in research specifically targeting blood cancers.
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  • An estimated combined total of 171,550 people in the US are expected to be diagnosed with leukemia, lymphoma or myeloma in 2016.
  • An estimated 1,237,824 people in the US are either living with, or are in remission from, leukemia, lymphoma or myeloma.
  • Every 9 minutes, someone in the United States dies from a blood cancer. This statistic represents nearly 160 people each day, or more than six people every hour.
Institute of Physical Art
Oct
28
Oct 29

Institute of Physical Art

  • Deer Park Physical Therapy & Fitness Center

PNLQ: Peripheral Neuropathic Syndromes Lower Quarter

Course Cost:  $661.00.  Early Bird Discount $595.00 for Registrations One Month Prior to Course

Purpose
This two-day lab course will present concepts of differential diagnosis and treatment of patients with lower extremity radicular symptoms, pioneered by Bob Elvey PT, G.D.M.T.  Emphasis will be placed on precise physical evaluation of neural, articular, and muscular tissues in order to allow for the specific treatment of each. In particular, this course will cover the differentiation of pain sources within the lumbar spine, the piriformis triangle, the hip joint, and the peripheral nerves themselves. Specific evaluation of the lumbar and sacral plexus will be demonstrated. This course will cover well-recognized Orthopedic, Industrial, and Sports Medicine disorders of the lower quarter.  These are including but not limited to piriformis syndromes, lumbar stenosis, "chronic hamstring tears," “failed back syndrome", nerve root adhesions, peroneal and tarsal tunnel syndromes, chronic plantar fasciitis etc. Differences between neuropathic and neurogenic pain syndromes including a review of new research into the treatment of CRPS I and CRPS II will be presented.  Real patient examinations, videos, case presentations and supervised labs will be used to further allow for application of the material into the participants daily practice.

Objectives
The participant will be able to identify:
~The mechanisms by which neural tissue may in itself be a pain source.
~The role neural tissue may play in conditions of the lower quarter commonly evaluated and treated by physical therapists.
~The pathophysiology of neuropathic pain and the resultant widespread influence on the musculoskeletal system, patterned movement, and overall lower quarter function.
~Differential diagnosis and specific treatment progressions in lower quarter neuropathic syndromes. 

The participant will develop the manual and observational skills to:
~Assess the six specific and sensitive tests for ruling in or out neuropathic syndromes as the primary or secondary driver of a patient’s dysfunction.
~Assess the specific pain driver location for application of techniques for each individual patient.
~Perform the appropriate manual treatment and home program development to decrease pain and restore function in lower quarter neuropathic patients.
~Perform, specific to each patient, re-evaluation techniques to insure efficacy of treatment protocols. 

By the completion of the course, participant will demonstrate the ability to rule in and rule out neuropathic pain as the causation of patient’s pain, pattern losses, and functional disability.  Participants will be able to describe the complexity and far reaching consequences peripheral nerve irritability can have on musculoskeletal tissues and function.  Participants will be able to identify standard orthopedic maladies of the lower quarter that can have their origins in neurogenic inflammation.  Participants will be able to describe the specific pathophysiological changes that lead to these syndromes and how the treatment skill learned in this seminar helps to reverse this pathology.

By the end of the course, participants will demonstrate the skills and knowledge base to integrate both the evaluation skills and the treatment protocols into their normal protocols.  Participants will be able to not only successfully apply manual techniques in specific positions, but devise specific home programs to enhance the progression of their patients.

During this course, the participant will participate in guided discussions related to the current evidence and research into Neuropathic Pain Syndromes.

Instructor Note
The instructors advertised for the course are the intended instructors.  The final number of instructors will be determined by course enrollment.  Every effort is made to hold the course with the scheduled instructors.  Course refunds or transfers will not be granted based on a change of instructors.  Please note there may be instructor changes without prior notice.

Multiple instructors are scheduled for each course.  However, the actual number of instructors at a course will be determined by final enrollment

Hours
2 Days, 16 Contact Hours

Saturday
Check in 7:30 AM
Instruction 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Sunday
Instruction 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Breaks
Break food will not be provided during the course.  You are welcome to bring your own snacks if desired.  Lunch each day will be on your own.

Attendance
Audience:  PT, OT. 

Each participant is expected to attend all hours of instruction to receive a Certificate of Completion. Any exceptions to this policy must be pre-approved in writing by the IPA Directors.

Lab Clothing
Each participant's body must be accessible for observation and treatment. Sports bra or halter-top and shorts are appropriate for women. Shorts or swim trunks for men. Please refrain from wearing large or sharp jewelry. A sweat suit is advisable between demonstrations, as temperatures may vary in the room.


Blood Drive
Apr
18
11:30 am11:30

Blood Drive

  • Deer Park Physical Therapy

Deer Park Physical Therapy Gym Entrance 

Help us support the Inland Northwest Blood Center and their patients by donating blood at the Mobile Blood Drive, just outside our gym entrance.

Make your appointment with Bev Roberts (509) 590-4110 or on inbcsaves.org and use sponsor code DeerParkCommunity.

For more information, or to schedule your donation, please visit the Inland Northwest Blood Bank webpage.

Blood Drive
Oct
18
11:30 am11:30

Blood Drive

  • Deer Park Physical Therapy

Deer Park Physical Therapy Gym Entrance 

Help us support the Inland Northwest Blood Center and their patients by donating blood at the Mobile Blood Drive, just outside our gym entrance.

Make your appointment with Bev Roberts (509) 590-4110 or on inbcsaves.org and use sponsor code DeerParkCommunity.

For more information, or to schedule your donation, please visit the Inland Northwest Blood Bank webpage.

Medicare Workshop
Oct
11
9:30 am09:30

Medicare Workshop

  • Deer Park Senior Center

Understanding Your Insurance Changes. Open to the public.

Contact the Senior Center for more info on their workshop.

GAIT: Functional Gait: Component Assessment and Treatment
Oct
7
Oct 9

GAIT: Functional Gait: Component Assessment and Treatment

  • Deer Park Physical Therpay

Prerequisites: PNF I (Note: The Kaiser Vallejo fellowship will no longer serve as a PNFI prerequiste substitute.)

Required Equipment: Please bring a mobilization strap to the course on Saturday and Sunday. Mobilization straps may be ordered from IPA, and shipped directly to the course if ordered at least 2 weeks prior to course commencement. IPA Mobilization Belts are 1.5 inches x 8 feet.

Optional Tools:  Kong tool, Fascia Freer and any other mobilization tools are useful on Saturday and Sunday. These optional tools aid in learning treatment techniques.

Course Cost:  $595.00

Purpose
Many aspects of function are impeded by motor control problems that are reflected in a patient’s gait and rolling patterns. The skill to observe and then affect a positive impact on a patient’s gait dysfunction is a powerful tool in the total rehabilitation of both orthopedic and neurological patients. Building on the foundational skills learned in other IPA courses,Functional Gait emphasizes component assessment and the governing structural and motor control factors which influence each component. Each gait component is self-evaluated,assessed by two partners, and then treated using PNF, CFS, and FM treatment strategies.

Objectives
Identify the mechanical, neuromuscular and motor control principles which govern efficient gait.

Evaluate each gait component through self and partner assessment, focusing on the pelvis, hip, knee, foot and ankle, thorax, scapula, and shoulder girdle regions.

Develop appropriate PNF, CFS, and FM treatment strategies to treat identified dysfunctions in your partner.

Correlate current literature to course material.

Blood Drive
Aug
16
11:30 am11:30

Blood Drive

  • Deer Park Physical Therapy

Deer Park Physical Therapy Gym Entrance 

Help us support the Inland Northwest Blood Center and their patients by donating blood at the Mobile Blood Drive, just outside our gym entrance.

Make your appointment with Bev Roberts (509) 590-4110 or on inbcsaves.org and use sponsor code DeerParkCommunity.

For more information, or to schedule your donation, please visit the Inland Northwest Blood Bank webpage.

PNF I: The Functional Approach to Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
Jul
8
Jul 10

PNF I: The Functional Approach to Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation

  • Deer Park Physical Therapy

Required Course Preparation: Prior to the classroom portion of this course, all students must complete required course preparation.  The preparation for PNFI includes videos, quizzes, and articles.  Plan to spend approximately 4 hours learning this important information.  Once enrolled in a course, required course preparation can be found by logging on to your IPA account and selecting "My Upcoming Courses."  If you have any trouble accessing the required course preparation please call our office at 970-870-9521 for assistance. Note: Mobile devices using an Apple operating system may not be compatible with our Pre-Course tests. Also, please note that approved CEUs may vary depending on individual states' treatment of Online vs. Classroom Instruction.

 Required Equipment: Print the Video Handout Reference from the precourse work to add to your course manual if desired.  The precourse Video Handout Reference makes up pages 8-21 of the PNFI manual, and can be inserted into the manual you receive when you arrive at the course.

Couse Cost:  $695.00

Purpose
To effectively treat as a Functional Manual TherapistTM, one must address the interrelationship between the neuromuscular, soft tissue, and articular systems. PNF I offers a dynamic and functional evaluation and treatment approach to this interrelationship based on specific analysis of motor recruitment patterns and Characteristics of Neuromuscular Function. This course progresses from specific shoulder girdle, pelvic girdle, and trunk patterns to weight bearing postures and movements. Content emphasizes the establishment of efficient motor recruitment patterns for rehabilitation of neurological and orthopedic patients and post manipulative techniques. The material in this course is directly related to current neurophysiology of muscle function and motor control.

Objectives
Develop manual skills to improve cervical, upper extremity, and trunk function with PNF scapula patterns.

Develop manual skills to improve lumbar, pelvic, and lower extremity function utilizing PNF Pelvic patterns.To train the participant to utilize manual facilitation to enhance the patient’s Proprioceptive awareness, neuromuscular response for initiation, strength, and endurance, and to facilitate motor learning.

Become proficient at using the technique Tonic Spread to effectively facilitate Automatic Core Engagement (ACE) of the trunk and interconnecting segments.To develop a comprehensive understanding of the role of PNF as an inherent component of Functional MobilizationTM and motor control rehabilitation.

Apply the principles of PNF to effectively facilitate CoreFirst™ strategies for efficient motor control in bed mobility, hook lying, sitting, and gait.

Instructor Note
The instructor advertised for the course is the intended primary instructor. Every effort is made to hold the course with the scheduled instructor. Course refunds or transfers will not be granted based on a change of instructor. Please note there may be a change of instructor(s) without prior notice. 

Blood Drive
Jun
21
11:30 am11:30

Blood Drive

  • Deer Park Physical Therapy

Deer Park Physical Therapy Gym Entrance 

Help us support the Inland Northwest Blood Center and their patients by donating blood at the Mobile Blood Drive, just outside our gym entrance.

Make your appointment with Bev Roberts (509) 590-4110 or on inbcsaves.org and use sponsor code DeerParkCommunity.

For more information, or to schedule your donation, please visit the Inland Northwest Blood Bank webpage.

Blood Drive
Dec
15
11:30 am11:30

Blood Drive

  • Deer Park Physical Therapy and Fitness Center

Deer Park Physical Therapy Gym Entrance 

Help us support the Inland Northwest Blood Center and their patients by donating blood at the Mobile Blood Drive, just outside our gym entrance.

Make your appointment with Bev Roberts (509) 590-4110 or on inbcsaves.org and use sponsor code DeerParkCommunity.

For more information, or to schedule your donation, please visit the Inland Northwest Blood Bank webpage.

Blood Drive
Oct
20
11:30 am11:30

Blood Drive

  • Deer Park Physical Therapy and Fitness Center

Deer Park Physical Therapy Gym Entrance 

Help us support the Inland Northwest Blood Center and their patients by donating blood at the Mobile Blood Drive, just outside our gym entrance.

Make your appointment with Bev Roberts (509) 590-4110 or on inbcsaves.org and use sponsor code DeerParkCommunity.

For more information, or to schedule your donation, please visit the Inland Northwest Blood Bank webpage.

Medicare Open Enrollment Meetings
Oct
14
2:00 pm14:00

Medicare Open Enrollment Meetings

  • Deer Park Physical Therapy & Fitness Center

Open Enrollment This Year Is October 15th-December 7th

Deer Park Physical Therapy and Fitness Center recommends that you have your Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement, and Prescription Drug Plans reviewed each year by a licensed agent that is certified to advise you on multiple plans. 

Attend one of these seminars and find out what changes are coming to Medicare for 2016. A sales person will be present with information and applications for most of the HMO, PPO, H MO/POS, SNP and PFFS Medicare Advantage plans available in your area. Learn about the upcoming changes and ask any questions you may have. We hope that hosting these seminars will allow you better access to information on all of the plans available to you. We, of course, encourage you to bring your friends and neighbors. 

Please RSVP By Calling

509-276-8811

For accommodation of person with special needs at a sales meeting call (509) 499-4860 or (509) 499-4860 TTY711.  Calling this number may direct you to a licensed/certified agent. 

REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED

Medicare Open Enrollment Meetings
Oct
13
2:00 pm14:00

Medicare Open Enrollment Meetings

  • Deer Park Senior Center

Open Enrollment This Year Is October 15th-December 7th

Deer Park Physical Therapy and Fitness Center recommends that you have your Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement, and Prescription Drug Plans reviewed each year by a licensed agent that is certified to advise you on multiple plans. 

Attend one of these seminars and find out what changes are coming to Medicare for 2016. A sales person will be present with information and applications for most of the HMO, PPO, H MO/POS, SNP and PFFS Medicare Advantage plans available in your area. Learn about the upcoming changes and ask any questions you may have. We hope that hosting these seminars will allow you better access to information on all of the plans available to you. We, of course, encourage you to bring your friends and neighbors. 

Please RSVP By Calling

509-276-8811

For accommodation of person with special needs at a sales meeting call (509) 499-4860 or (509) 499-4860 TTY711.  Calling this number may direct you to a licensed/certified agent. 

REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED

Round About 5K: 2015
Sep
20
9:00 am09:00

Round About 5K: 2015

  • Deer Park Physical Therapy & Fitness Center

The Round “About 5k” is an enjoyable scenic run/walk (strollers welcome!) weaving and winding through the streets of Deer Park, including two roundabouts, hence the name. The proceeds from the Round “About 5k” benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), whose mission is to: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.

We Heart Deer Park
Aug
31
4:00 pm16:00

We Heart Deer Park

  • Deer Park Arcadia Elementary

Deer Park Physical Therapy and Fitness Center is a proud Sponsor of "We Heart Deer Park".  "We Heart Deer Park"  is a community gathering headed by the Deer Park faith community to provide a great Back-To-School experience for Deer Park families! On August 31st there will be a carnival with free food, school supplies, and other giveaways to welcome the children and families of the Deer Park Elementary School and Arcadia Elementary School back into the class room. The carnival with be held at the Deer Park Arcadia Elementary located at 1120 East "D" Street, Deer Park, WA. The carnival will run from 4:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. and we hope to see you there!

Aug
18
11:30 am11:30

Blood Drive

  • Deer Park Physical Therapy and Fitness Center

Deer Park Physical Therapy Gym Entrance 

Help us support the Inland Northwest Blood Center and their patients by donating blood at the Mobile Blood Drive, just outside our gym entrance.

Make your appointment with Bev Roberts (509) 590-4110 or on inbcsaves.org and use sponsor code DeerParkCommunity.

For more information, or to schedule your donation, please visit the Inland Northwest Blood Bank webpage.

Deer Park City Wide Yard Sale
Aug
7
Aug 9

Deer Park City Wide Yard Sale

Each year during the  Deer Park City Wide Yard Sale families across the city host yard sales on the same weekend. More yard sales means more fun!  Sign up is free! The list and map of yard sales is free! This year the yard sale is August 7th through the 9th. Visit DPYardSale.com for more details.

Blood Drive
Jul
16
11:30 am11:30

Blood Drive

  • Deer Park Physical Therapy

Deer Park Physical Therapy Gym Entrance 

Help us support the Inland Northwest Blood Center and their patients by donating blood at the Mobile Blood Drive, just outside our gym entrance.

Make your appointment with Bev Roberts (509) 590-4110 or on inbcsaves.org and use sponsor code DeerParkCommunity.

For more information, or to schedule your donation, please visit the Inland Northwest Blood Bank webpage.

Free - Weight Loss Presentation
Apr
30
6:00 pm18:00

Free - Weight Loss Presentation

  • Deer Park Physical Therapy & Fitness Center

Eat less & exercise more is NOT the solution - it's the problem!

This is a free event. For more details call Sean @ (509) 276-8811.

Running Fundamentals
Jan
10
Jan 11

Running Fundamentals

Course Description

Mr. Walsh has taught this 2-day dynamic course internationally for over 19 years. Through didactic lessons, discussion, demonstration and practical sessions this course provides extensive anatomical and biomechanical review of the foot and ankle including lab based observation and video. Common faults in training programs as well as shoe and barefoot analysis and proper shoe prescription are discussed. Injuries and principles of rehabilitation, training techniques and correct form specific to the various running styles are also discussed.

Objectives

  • Define and discuss the biomechanics of the lower quadrant as it pertains to traditional, minimalist and barefoot running
  • State and demonstrate the differences between the biomechanics of gait and running
  • Discuss the concepts of training, mileage, duration & intensity for a running client
  • Prescribe an appropriate running shoe with reference to body type, foot shape, running mechanics and style, and running history
  • Perform a complete running analysis to determine normal and abnormal biomechanics
  • Implement specific treatment techniques for injuries related to different running styles
  • Choose appropriate drills in movement re-education for a specific running dysfunction
  • Evaluate multi-segmental dysfunctions & demonstrate through example their interrelatedness in the running cycle

Intended Audience

PT, PTA, AT-C

Contact Hours

14 hours (1.4 CEUs)

To Register

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About the Instructor

Mr. Walsh has taught courses on biomechanics of the foot and ankle, gait, running, the lumbar spine and manual therapy course work internationally for over 20 years. He offers a dynamic interactive approach to his courses with emphasis on accurate functional movement, tissue differential diagnosis, clinical reasoning and patient case studies.

Originally from Sydney, Australia, Matthew has presented his approaches at the Physiotherapy at the Australian Institute of Sport conferences and has served as team physiotherapist to the Canadian cross country ski team and the Alberta alpine ski team. With over 25 years of experience, Matt’s expertise has created opportunities for him to work with both professional and recreational athletes alike.

Now residing in Portland, Oregon, Matthew is practicing in the outpatient orthopedic disciple with a strong emphasis on working with runners. He is a PhD candidate at Charles Sturt University in Australia. Matthew‘s research is investigating a qualitative study of advanced orthopedic physical therapists clinical practice knowledge. Matthew practices with a specialization in the assessment, treatment and training of the running athlete. He leads a Runner’s Clinic where he operates a weekly training, technique and strengthening program as well as teaches clinics for first time and high school running athletes.

A Mother's Heart
Dec
7
6:00 pm18:00

A Mother's Heart

A Group meant to encourage, assist, educate, and promote mothers coming together to share their successes, challenges, ideas and joys.

Who: Pregnant Moms thru Moms of Toddlers.

When: 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month, 6:00-7:30pm.

Child care is not provided, but in-arm infants are welcome!

~ For questions and more information call 509.936.1955 or email amothersheartgroup@gmail.com ~

2nd Annual Food Drive
Nov
20
Dec 19

2nd Annual Food Drive

  • Deer Park Physical Therapy & Fitnes Center

Help us gather nonperishable food to support local families in the community. You can make an impact in the life of others today. Drop off donations at the Deer Park Physical Therapy & Fitness Center office. All donations stay in the area.

Photos with Santa

On December the 11th from 5-7pm have your picture taken with Santa Claus when you donate 4 or more cans of food.

Raffle

When you donate 8 or more cans you can enter into a raffle to win a massage, a month long fitness center membership, or a fitness basket filled with goodies. You can enter once for each 8 cans of food donated. Deadline for entries is Dec 19th. Drawing will be held on Dec 22nd.

Deer Park Band Boosters Spaghetti Feed
Nov
14
4:00 pm16:00

Deer Park Band Boosters Spaghetti Feed

Spaghetti feed fundraiser at Pauline's to benefit Deer Park Band Boosters. 

Friday, November 14, 4:00-8:00pm.

Dinner menu includes:

  • Spaghetti
  • Salad
  • Garlic bread

$10 per person and $1 drinks

 

Round "About 5k"
Sep
21
9:00 am09:00

Round "About 5k"

  • 101 W H St Deer Park, WA, 99006 United States

Event: Round “About 5k”— A run to benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Distance: Approx. 5 kilometers through two Roundabouts, hence the name!
Date: September 21, 2014
Time: 9:00 A.M.
Amenities: Shirt and race packet
Awards: Prizes for top overall male and female finisher;  prizes for each age group as well!
Location: Deer Park Physical Therapy & Fitness Center  (707 S. Park)
Pre-Registration Fee: $18 before Sept. 12th to be guaranteed a T-shirt / $28 after and on race day.
Packet Pickup: Friday, September 19th 8am-7pm @ Deer Park Physical Therapy & Fitness Center 707 South Park or on race day at Deer Physical Therapy & Fitness Center from 7:30am – 8:45am. Entry fees are non-refundable.

*STROLLERS are welcome!!!*

For additional information please contact: sean@deerparkpt.com