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Certified Athletic Trainer and Works

Advance Physical Therapy


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Athlo Blog


Certified Athletic Trainer and Works

Sports Medicine


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blog.athlo.com

August 4th, 2008 by Patrick Kistner One needle, ten shots, a pair of scissors, one pair of pliers, and 45 minutes later my toe was fixed with a little minor toe surgery!My brother Patrick graduated from Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh in 2007 with a Masters in Sports Medicine and Athletic Training.He is a certified athletic trainer and works for Advance Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine.Advance has 12 clinics in multiple cities throughout the midwest.He currently resides in Quincy, IL.Patrick will join the Athlo team as a regular contributor the blog.He has worked with athletes from grade school level up to professional teams.I look forward to reading about helpful tips and the latest research in the fields of sports medicine and physical therapy.He is happy to answer all your questions as well.So, if you have been wondering what to do about that nagging knee pain when you run, tennis elbow or any other ailment, he can help.


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