Take a listen to founder and owner of Motion, Maggie Henjum, on how she grew a physical therapy practice that focuses on people first while staying true to herself. Corey Hiben from the Health Hustle dives into the story behind Motion and how it has grown over the years.
In the world where fact checking and credible sourcing is frequently referenced in the media, it can get to a point where you don’t want to hear those words uttered from anyone’s mouths anymore, let alone mine. But I will tell you that not only is it important to have good credible sources with all
By Michelle Steege PT, DPT While listening to the radio recently, the host was talking about New Year’s Resolutions being less common than they used to be. He said that people are more comfortable starting a resolution at any time of the year. Whether or not this is true, I don’t know. It did, however,
Teen HOPE helps adolescent parents get re-engaged in a high school program, study for their GED, and get connected to college and career planning resources. Much of their work takes place outside of a classroom, buoyed by the program’s public health nurses, social workers, and community health workers. For instance, Teen HOPE nurses make regular
Motion, an expert physical therapy practice based out of St. Paul, MN, is thrilled to announce the addition of two physical therapists to their growing team, Dr. Michelle Steege, PT, DPT and Dr. Alyssa George, PT, DPT, OCS. Dr. Michelle Steege began her orthopedic residency with Motion in 2017. She earned her undergraduate degree from