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Meet Our New COO!

Meet Our New COO!
Forever Fit is ecstatic to announce our addition of Elizabeth Kotroba as our Chief Operating Officer (COO). As Chief Operating Officer, Elizabeth will be responsible for managing the day to day operations of our clinics. She brings a wealth of knowledge and ideas to ensure that both employees and patients continue to enjoy the Forever Fit experience that they know and expect.  Elizabeth attended the University of Scranton where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in 2004, Masters...
Posted on 2022-01-19

Meet Columbia's New Clinic Director!

Meet Columbia's New Clinic Director!
We are happy to announce that our Columbia office has a new clinical director! Our clinical directors are an integral part of our day to day operations. They help carry out our Forever Fit vision, while aiding in management and goal setting all while treating our patients. Meghan Reed has been an integral part of our physical therapist team for the past 2 years. Growing up, Meghan spent time all over the world as a dependent of the Navy but has been able to call Maryland her home for the past d...
Posted on 2022-01-07

Meet Burtonsville's New Clinic Director!

Meet Burtonsville's New Clinic Director!
We are happy to announce that our Burtonsville office has a new clinical director! Shweta Nerurkar is stepping up and joining our amazing director team after only being with Forever Fit for 6 months! We are beyond proud to have Shweta on our team as she steps into this position! Shweta graduated from the University of Indianapolis in 2015 with a Masters degree in Physical therapy. She went ahead and got a transitional doctor of physical therapy degree with manual therapy certification. She...
Posted on 2022-01-07

3 Key Ways to Manage an Ankle Sprain

3 Key Ways to Manage an Ankle Sprain
Each year, more than 2 million people report experiencing an ankle sprain. An ankle sprain occurs when the ligaments in the ankle are stretched beyond their normal limits and tear.   Ligaments are a strong tissue that helps to connect bones to other bones. The tearing in the ligament can range from mild to severe. Symptoms of an ankle sprain include ankle swelling, tenderness to touch, bruising, and ankle instability/difficulty walking on the injured ankle. Immediate care for ankle sprains...
Posted on 2021-11-22

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a fairly common neuromuscular condition that causes numbness, pain and tingling that originates in the wrist but can extend to the fingers and/or the arm.  The carpal tunnel is located on the palm side of the hand. The tunnel is surrounded by bones and ligaments. There is also a fibrous sheath over the carpal tunnel called the transverse carpal ligament. The median nerve sits inside the carpal tunnel. When pressure is placed on the carpal tunnel for extended perio...
Posted on 2021-11-10
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