Our bodies are always on the move. The professional staff at Performance Therapy are here to help keep you moving pain free, for good. The purpose of our monthly newsletter Movement Matters is simple; Help you heal, prevent injuries, and live a healthy lifestyle.  Each month will include helpful articles on health and wellness facts, injury prevention, nutrition tips, and easy to make recipes. Keep an eye out for featured promotions, treatment specials, and upcoming events. Our success is thanks to you, our patients. 

Move better. Live better. 
Mike Danenberg
Director of Sports Performance
Performance Therapy
Registration closes TOMORROW August 19, so register today and come see us at our tent THIS SATURDAY  for some great bonuses:
-FREE treatments on site

-Register to win a free 5 week training package ($450 value!)

- $30 first treatment  coupons 
for new patients - a $35 savings. Bring your friends and family!!!!


Until the end of August, receive
(up to a $45 value) 
with one of our Performance Therapy Specialists or Functional Trainers for EVERY new patient you refer to us.    AND as an added bonus, we will have a raffle at the end of the month from among those who refer and one lucky person will receive a
(a $450 value!) 
The more folks you refer, the more entries you receive in the raffle so tell all your friends, family, and coworkers and share this on Facebook and Twitter.  
You want them to feel better anyway, right? 
So now its a win-win for both of you!

Offer Expires 08/31/2015 and is non-transferable.

What's In Your Kitchen?
Vincent Lucas

In this feature, Vincent Lucas, Performance Therapy Specialist, will tell us about an unusual fruit or vegetable to help break up the routine of our diets and pack in more antioxidants and vital nutrients. This month he talks about Pomelos and  provides a delicious smoothie recipe.  

The Pomelo is known as the giant of the citrus family and is native to Southeast Asia. Also known as  pummelo, pamplemousse, and shaddock, it is similar to grapefruit but with its own unique flavor that is milder, sweeter, and less bitter.  Pomelos have a thick pith and colors range from green or yellow on the outside with white, pink or yellow pulpy flesh  on the inside.  
One serving provides 600% of the recommended daily value (r.d.v). of Vitamin C, 25% of your daily fiber needs, and is a good source of potassium, providing 37% of your r.d.v.  In addition, pomelos' beta carotene, B- vitamins, folic acid, limonoids and rich bioflaconoids work together with these nutrients and can have cancer fighting properties similar to its grapefruit cousin (http://www.aicr.org/foods-that-fight-cancer/grapefruit.html).    Note that, like grapefruit, it may interfere with  certain medications so make sure to check with your doctor (http://www.aicr.org/foods-that-fight-cancer/grapefruit.html#ask-the-expert).

Try Vincent's Pomelo smoothie recipe as a nutrient-rich morning treat:
2 cups water
1/2 pomelo peeled, but with pith
1 inch fresh ginger root
2 sprigs fresh mint with stems
Blend and enjoy!
Thank you for being our patients.  We appreciate the trust you place in us to help you meet your wellness and fitness goals.  Whether you see us for injury, run analyses, or workouts, we look forward to helping you any time.  


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