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ATI Active Care Discusses Enterovirus D68

By BobbieJo Paul, Family Nurse Practitioner, ATI Active Care, Waukesha, Wisconsin

While many think of the flu season as a time to be concerned about getting ill, the...

Posted September 15, 2014

"World Physical Therapy Day is an opportunity for physical therapists from all over the world to raise awareness about the crucial contribution the profession makes to keepi...

Posted September 8, 2014
ATI Physical Therapy discusses Kinesio Tape, why it's used, and how it may help patients during rehabilitation.

Have you ever wondered about the brightly colored tape that adorns the shoulders and knees of athletes? 

It's called Kinesio Tape.

Check out this video by ATI p...

Posted September 4, 2014

By BobbieJo Paul, Family Nurse Practitioner, ATI Active Care, Waukesha, Wisconsin

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 71 million...

Posted September 4, 2014

When you see motorcycle riders on the road, you may not think that leisurely cruising in the countryside may cause pain or discomfort. However, long rides or improper posture can take a toll on the body.

Any avid rider knows a...

Posted August 22, 2014
Katie Lovell proudly displays her Special Olympic medals after rehabilitation with ATI Physical Therapy following surgery for a broken femur.

Following a devastating injury in November 2013, 52-year-old Katie Lovell of Morris, Illinois feared that her dream of competing in track and field at the Special Olympics had been shattered along with her leg.  After slipping on som...

Posted August 15, 2014
ATI Active Care talks Immunization Awareness

By BobbieJo Paul, Family Nurse Practitioner, ATI Active Care, Waukesha, Wisconsin

Immunizations have helped many people avoid becoming sick with diseases that have caused...

Posted August 1, 2014
ATI Hand Therapy and Physical Therapy helps amputee patient get back to an active life.

Following a bout with toxic shock syndrome, Glen was left with minimal use of his hands, plus the amputation of both legs.  While knocked down, he certainly was not out.  Glen was determined to fight his way back to an active life....

Posted July 29, 2014
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