• Myofascial Release + How it can help YOU!

    Myofascial Release + How it can help YOU!

    February 4, 2020

    Myofascial Release: What is fascia and how can Physical Therapists help to get you moving? First a little background on what fascia is and what it does for you. Fascia is connective tissue that creates a link between your joints, surrounds your muscles and is integrated into your ligaments and tendons. Fascia allows you to […]

  • 3 Benefits to Exercise (that have nothing to do with the scale!)

    3 Benefits to Exercise (that have nothing to do with the scale!)

    January 21, 2020

    Two weeks ago we talked about setting realistic goals and setting yourself up for success in the new year. If any of the goals you set for yourself involve exercise or physical activity, then today’s post is for you. Personally, exercise is one of my favorite things, not only do I like to feel strong […]

  • 3 Tips to Help You Reach Your 2020 Goals!

    3 Tips to Help You Reach Your 2020 Goals!

    January 7, 2020

    I’m sure we’ve all heard the saying “New Year New You.” Resolutions are made with high hopes in January and oftentimes, by March, these resolutions are long abandoned. If you made resolutions, or goals you are determined to keep this year, keep reading for 3 tips to help you reach your goals! 1.) Start with […]

  • HJPT Year in Review 2019

    HJPT Year in Review 2019

    December 17, 2019

    The end of the year (and heck, the end of a decade) is often a great time to take a step back and truly look at the year. So many things can happen in a year; opportunities given, new skills learned, growth, loss, challenges and so much more. As a company, Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy […]

  • Our Mental and Physical Journeys to Christ

    Our Mental and Physical Journeys to Christ

    December 3, 2019

    Azure skies and glistening white snow filled my vision as I breathed in the clean crisp air. Twenty adults trudged along in single file as we made our way toward the ascent of our goal of Handies Peak in Colorado. (Well, at least our physical goal) This was after all, a retreat, and not just […]

  • Make Time to Give Back

    Make Time to Give Back

    November 19, 2019

    Service and volunteering have always been important to me, and I am lucky to work at a company whose values align with mine! Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy makes giving back to others a priority, year after year, as it is part of our mission. At Hulst Jepsen Physical therapy, our mission is to glorify God […]

  • Your Mom was Right!

    Your Mom was Right!

    November 5, 2019

    I’m sure many of us remember our Mom (or Dad) telling us to stand up straight when we were children.  While that continues to be good advice, it is easier said than done.  There are numerous forces that are pushing our bodies into a less than ideal posture, such as gravity, lack of good support, […]

  • Join HJPT in the community!

    Join HJPT in the community!

    October 15, 2019

    Almost daily I hear a patient say something to the effect of “You guys are popping up on every corner!” And I’m happy to say it’s true! We have been blessed with significant growth here at Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy, and if you’ve been keeping up with us over the past years, you’ve seen the […]

  • Blood Flow Restriction Therapy

    Blood Flow Restriction Therapy

    October 1, 2019

    “You want to do what to my leg?” “That sounds like it might hurt!” These are the two most common responses I receive when I propose Blood Flow Restriction Therapy (BFRT) to my patients. BFRT is the brief and intermittent occlusion or restriction of arterial and venous blood flow that is performed by applying a […]

  • Returning to my high school as an Athletic Trainer

    Returning to my high school as an Athletic Trainer

    September 17, 2019

    Caledonia High School image via their website As a young Athletic Trainer working in the high school I graduated from, I often get asked the question, “What is it like working where you grew up?” I attended school at Caledonia from preschool through high school and graduated in 2012. I began college that fall and […]