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  • “Huge improvement!”

    “We truly had a wonderful experience! Ashalee was so awesome with Josh – pure patience  with him! Truly appreciate her feedback and knowledge. Obstacle courses, balance, tricycle, throwing, flamingo 🙂 Huge improvement! We recently just bought him a bike and he is pedaling like a champ! Anais and I are appreciative for everyone here. So […]

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  • “…I got awesome help at Camelback Sports Therapy!”

    “I came here with tightness in my legs and lower back. I could not touch my toes and my running was not improving. Help at Camelback Sports Therapy got me to where I needed to be and provided a fun time, also I got to make new friends. I am so happy and grateful that […]

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  • Idiopathic Toe Walking. What’s that?

    Original information from www.SeattleChildrens.org What is it? Toe Walking is seen in children who walk on the balls of their feet without letting their heels hit the ground. There are different types of toe walking depending on the cause, but regardless of the cause, prolonged cases can lead to tight Achilles’ tendons, foot, ankle, and […]

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    “It’s great to work with someone familiar with EDS [Ehlers-Danlos syndrome].”

    “Lauren is awesome! It’s great to work with someone familiar with EDS [Ehlers-Danlos syndrome]. Elan says, ‘I am now more aware of my body, I know when to do soft knees and elbows. I’m a lot stronger because I’ve been doing exercises and strengthening my core. I know that I have to make my muscles […]

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