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Inman’s Taelyn Friesen – Athlete Spotlight Presented By Advanced Physical Therapy

By Matt Browning

In a game in January, Inman’s Taelyn Friesen took what she thought was a normal basketball play and a drew a charge on her opponent.

But on that play, Friesen injured her back and the diagnosis led to a muscle strain.

That led her to Advanced Physical Therapy.

“My doctor recommended that I do physical therapy for my injury and I found that physical therapy helped my back injury the most,” Friesen said.

There were two specific types of walks that benefitted Friesen the most.

“The exercises that have helped me the most with my injury are the monster walks and the band walks,” Friesen said. “These exercises have not only helped my back injury but have helped my hips and core muscles get stronger.”

Not only were the treatments and exercises impressive to Friesen, but she also felt like the staff was welcoming and focused on her recovery.

“Some aspects at ATP that impressed me was how welcoming the staff was when you entered their building,” Friesen said. “The staff was all very friendly made me feel comfortable when I was doing my exercises with them. I would definitely recommend going to ATP if you ever have an injury.”

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