2016 Share The Love Recap

2016 was a great year to Share The Love! With the help of our amazing staff and their families and friends, we had an incredible 195 Share The Love referrals last year! Thank you to everyone who has helped our Mountain Land family grow this past year, we couldn’t have done it without you!

Our first Share The Love drawing of 2017 will be in April so be thinking of friends and family members that can benefit from our therapy services. With only six referrals submitted so far your chances of winning our next drawing is better than ever! You could win a $250, $100 or $50 Amazon Gift Card by referring just one friend or family member! Visit www.mlrehab.com/sharethelove for more information or to send in a referral.

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Kids and Running

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Brian Krabak, MD, MBA, FACSM of the University of Washington is our guest for this Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast. Dr. Krabak is a sports medicine physician, specializing in running medicine, who focuses on the prevention, treatment of sports-related injuries, and sports performance enhancement in youth and adult recreational to professional athletes.

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Introducing The Share The Love Q4 Winners!

We had a whopping 72 Share The Love referrals in the final quarter of 2016! Congratulations to Kevin Willbanks, Marjorie Dillow and Kae Bean for being winners in the Share The Love drawing. And while his name wasn't drawn, we have to give an honorable mention to Mark Flinders who came in with the most referrals at 13! Way to go Mark!

There are just under 3 months until our next drawing so be thinking of friends and family members that can benefit from our therapy services. Visit www.mlrehab.com/sharethelove for more information or to send in a referral.

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Running Shoe Design

Golden Harper, founder of Altra Running Footwear, is our guest for this Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast. Golden's thoughts on footwear design, running-injury myths and footwear selection will be discussed, as well as what it was like to build a running shoe company from the ground up.

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