Staff Spotlight: Sara Stinson

Sara Stinson, PT, DPT Sara graduated from the University of Vermont in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and from Franklin Pierce University in 2009 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT).  She has been employed with us since 2009 and has completed several advanced courses in management of vestibular and neurological disorders,

Staff Spotlight: Ryan Farley

Staff Spotlight: Ryan Farley, ATC, CEAS-1 Ryan graduated from Lyndon State College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Medicine, with a concentration on Athletic Training, in 2002. He is a certified, licensed Athletic Trainer and has been working with us since 2002.  Along with treating patients, Ryan fabricates splints and orthotics and designs exercise programs

Biking and Knee Pain: Sharon Lamb

Biking and Knee Pain Cycling is GREAT for knees!!  Low joint loading, no twisting and you can go at your own pace. Here in the Northeast Kingdom exists some of our nation’s most spectacular cycling trails and roads. Here are some TIPS to help keep your cycling experience pain-free: Setting up your Bicycle’s Seat Height

Staff Spotlight: Tiffany Benoit

  Tiffany OTR/L, is an Occupational Therapist at Dan Wyand, PT & Associates. She joined the team in the spring of 2013 as a Physical Therapy Aide assisting clients with their workouts in the gym. She graduated from Lyndon State College in 2103 with a BS in Exercise Science with a concentration in pre-professional Physical

Slow Down your Bear Crawls

Bear Crawls are one of my favorite exercises that stresses the entire body metabolically.  I also will utilize it in a warm up.  Much like the Turkish Get up, it hits a lot of the areas I’m looking to warm up and prepare for exercise and will do it in a condensed amount of time.  

Staff Spotlight: Susan Pray-Glodgett

Staff Spotlight: Susan Pray-Glodgett   Susan has been employed with Dan Wyand, PT & Associates since receiving her Associate’s Degree in Applied Science from New Hampshire Vocational Technical College in May of 1989.  In 2005 she was certified in Cranial Sacral Therapy Techniques through the Upledger Institute, Inc. Susan also completed massage therapy training at

The Hip Bridge: A video tutorial

The Hip Bridge: A video guide Movement expert, Jen Hemond is back  with some excellent tips on a foundational movement that EVERYONE should be doing for better movement and muscle activation.  The Hip Bridge.  Here’s an excellent video that Jen offers some great advice for fixing the bridge.  Check it out!

Staff Spotlight: Kristin Franson

  Kristin works as the Practice Manager at Dan Wyand, PT & Associates. She grew up in the Northeast Kingdom and after spending several years living out of state, returned to this beautiful area to raise her two daughters. Kristin holds a degree in Business Management and a Certificate in Human Resource Management, both from

Activity Modification: Step by Step

Attention Athletes and Active Individuals!!! This one is for you! Pain is not weakness leaving the body! For many of us lifelong athletes, that is not what we were led to believe. However, thankfully our therapist Kelly Wilkins has a great step by step plan for helping us weekend warriors squash old beliefs. Here is

Staff Spotlight: Erin Galarza

Erin Galarza, PT, DPT, OCS Erin graduated with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Pacific University in 2013. She has over seven years’ experience as an outpatient orthopedic physical therapist treating general orthopedic conditions, aquatic therapy, and pelvic health. As a pelvic health physical therapist, she treats bowel, bladder, and pelvic pain conditions in both