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Welcome to the February newsletter from Choice Physical Therapy of St. Albans.


In this newsletter we’re discussing vision training for sports.


 Vision training for sports

Vision training is a form of training that helps athletic individuals optimize their performance by boosting vision, balance, hand-eye coordination, reaction speed and additional skills that heighten athletic abilities.


More than 80% of sensory input is visual, which means the eyes play an important role in athletic performance, but this aspect of training is often overlooked. Accordingly, research shows that dynamic vision training which involves a concerted regimen for the eyes helps athletes and sports enthusiasts improve coordination skills and overall performance.



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Are you heading to the slopes this winter?

Skiing is a great way to exercise outdoors during the winter months. Breathing in the fresh, cold air while zooming down the white slopes is sure to get your adrenaline pumping.


However all that cutting back and forth can cause injury if you’re not prepared or conditioned. Read on to learn how you can stay safe while skiing.



Have you ever committed to something outside your comfort zone to force yourself to be better? How good did it feel when you conquered that feat? Deciding to do something hard is one of the bravest things you can do. You can be scared, but do it anyway.


Understanding Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a common and poorly understood disease. It’s difficult to diagnose because tests and imaging appear normal even though a person experiences a lot of pain. While it is not known exactly what causes it, we do know that fibromyalgia pain is real. Read on to learn more.


It’s a great time of year for date night, which means cooking the perfect meal for two. You don’t have to break your New Year’s resolutions to enjoy delicious and healthy food. Try these recipes out for a nutrient-packed, romantic evening.


Mediterranean Pasta



Who says date night has to involve steak? This vegetarian, whole wheat pasta dish is as filling as it is flavorful, and you won’t miss the meat!


Healthy fats from black olives are combined with antioxidants from tomatoes and artichokes to set the stage for a romantic Italian dinner.


Balsamic Strawberries with Greek Yogurt



Need a sweet treat that’s easy, delicious and healthy enough to feel good about? Look no further than this show-stopping date night dessert!


The trick is allowing fresh strawberries to macerate in balsamic vinegar, maple syrup and honey, which transforms them into sweet, soft morsels of perfection. Try it today!  

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Choice Physical Therapy of St. Albans
3 Champlain Commons #1
St Albans, VT 05478
Phone 802.524.1155

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