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Sterling’s Isom Marston – Student Of The Month Presented By Advanced Physical Therapy

By Matt Browning

Isom Marston from Sterling was named the March Advanced Physical Therapy Athlete of the Month. Marston injured his patella and MCL during preseason football workouts last summer.

He went to APT initially to rehabilitate his knee so he could get through the football regular season. Right before the playoffs, Marston reaggravated his knee, which led to surgery on his knee cap.

“You know after surgery it was rough, sad, and takes you down,” Marston said. “But, these guys got me on my feet really fast and let me get back to what I do and have fun again.”

Marston’s future was altered by the surgery, but some of the exercises and treatments he received by Advanced Physical therapy further altered his outlook, but in a good way.

“A lot of the exercises I do is involved with building mobility and building muscle in my thighs, calves, and hips,” Marston said. “Every week we are trying something new. The start of my process from surgery was walking and movement and now we have moved on to squats, stairs, and begin to jog.”

“The therapists are some of the smartest people in the world and they have changed my life in so many ways, giving me the opportunity to finish football this year with my guys and now pushing me to get ready for next year.”

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