Nick Poulos, Lambros Georgallas, David Bullock
What a wonderful time to celebrate 3 marvelous things life has to offer! June was a BIG celebration month for us here at White Oak Physical Therapy!
It’s a BOY!! Nick Became a proud Daddy to a healthy baby boy June 10, 2012.
Then Wedding Bells rang out as Lambros was married June 16, 2012.
And what a better way to end the month by celebrating Dave’s 40th Birthday.
Come join us May 9, 2011, as we kick of Cookies For Cavalry!
Donate a batch of homemade cookies and 25 cents per cookie.
White Oak Physical Therapy will match donations up to $200 a month!
Cookies go to the patients at Walter Reed Military Hospital, Andrews Air Force Base, and Bethesda Naval Hospital.
Not a Baker! Not a problem! You can still donate a monetary tax deductible contribution!
Financial contributions go to the Fisher House Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that houses military families nearby while a veteran is being treated at a military facility.
If you would like to contribute a donation but cannot join us to help us kick start this event – feel free to call the office – the staff will be willing to take donations over the phone.
Come out and help support our Military Families!
Join us on May 3, 2011 at 12:45 for a half hour lecture with Q&A on the new Anterior Hip Replacement approach.
Dr. Sridhar Durbhakula uses a less-invasive, anterior approach to hip replacement surgery. The approach allows you to drop the leg and rotate the hip at the natural interval between the muscles for an anterior approach with less cutting and less trauma. Through the use of the “Hannah Table” this technique has cut the recovery time of joint replacement surgery in half. Dr. Durbhakula will be speaking at our office on May 3rd, 2011 to discuss the technique that has helped patients return to a sooner, active lifestyle.
Please RSVP to Michelle at 301-592-8200 or send an email to email@example.com
White Oak Physical Therapy and Pain Management Center, LLC is a private outpatient clinic that is owned and operated by highly-skilled, licensed physical therapists. We provide high-quality physical therapy rehabilitation services to general orthopedic patients, patients with sports and or work-related injuries, and patients in need of post-operative care. We specialize in the treatment of musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction (muscle and joint pain).
At White Oak Physical Therapy and Pain Management Center, LLC, we use manual (hands-on) physical therapy and therapeutic exercise programs to help relieve pain, improve range of motion and flexibility, and most importantly, restore full function to enable you to return to your normal activities.
Our physical therapists consistently provide state-of-the-art treatment strategies through adoption of evidence-based practice, and they continually receive post-graduate training to ensure that the latest research and most effective treatments are implemented.