U-District Youth Center

Last year, Clinicians for Wellness successfully raised $318.20 for the U-District Youth Center, a Seattle based non-profit. This organization provides social services for homeless youth with the eventual goal of having them transition to adult life. I have not personally volunteered with this organization. However, a friend of mine was familiar with the great community…

Health Volunteers Overseas

The last few months I have spent in Asia and have just recently returned to the United States. Most of my time, I spent volunteering with Health Volunteers Overseas. This is my second time volunteering through this organization, which has exposed me to rewarding and unique opportunities to engage in physical therapy abroad. Here is…

U-District Youth Center Fundraiser

I am excited to formally announce the first fundraiser organized by Clinicians for Wellness. We will be selling T-shirts to raise money for U District Youth Center, part of Youth Care. For the last 5 summers, a group of my college friends have gotten together in cities around the US for vacations. My friend Galen…

Amazon Smile and Goodsearch

I am going to continue on the theme of giving back with this post. One of the difficulties about giving back is determining how much to give. Now that is a relevant topic, but one I am not going to currently discuss. Believe it or not, one way to give more to your favorite organization…

Giving Back 101

In an effort to make the layout of the site work better for the reader (that would be you!), I am trying to develop a 101 series for the major categories on this site. These pages will be a good introduction for new readers, and a way to direct new readers and seasoned readers to…

What I Learned from STAND: Rethinking Manipulation

The Manual Therapist Blog recently had a blog post that talked about using manipulation as a method to help our patients get better. This reminded me of how I started rethinking my views on manipulations and high grade mobilizations (mobs). After my trip to Haiti, it really made me reconsider these treatment strategies. Most of…