Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest at Walker Physical Therapy & Pain Center

Walker Physical Therapy & Pain Center hosted its very own Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest. Spirits were high in anticipation of who would win this year's title of ugliest sweater 2015!!

Many of our patients voted for which they thought was the ugliest of them all and now, the results are in.

Our two runner ups were:

  1. Shelley Francisco
  2. Minh Huynh
And our first place winner of ugliest Christmas sweater of 2015 was Terry McCrory!

Congratulations to you three and better luck next year to the rest of you! Also, a huge Thank You to all of our patients who voted and made this contest a blast!!

Happy Holidays to you all from Walker Physical Therapy & Pain Center!
Call Walker Physical Therapy & Pain Center today to make an appointment with one of our expert physical therapists!
1111 W. Town and Country Rd. Ste. 1
Orange, Ca 92868

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Walker Physical Therapy & Pain Center Hosts a Toy Drive


This year Walker Physical Therapy and Pain Center is proud to be a designated   toy drop off for U.S Marine Reserve’s


 Toys For Tots 2015

Last day to drop off toys is
DECEMBER 24, 2015
Call 714-997-5518 for more information or directions.
1111 W. Town & Country Rd. Ste. 1
Orange, CA 92868
Fx: 949-313-1749


Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Grace Walker, avid Physical Therapist at Walker Physical Therapy challenges skiers!

Grace Walker Physical Therapy Skiing in Utah
Grace Walker currently serves as a physical therapist and director of the Walker Physical Therapy and Pain Center. Beyond her activities as a physical therapist, Grace Walker enjoys spending time with her family and engaging in outdoor activities such as swimming and skiing. Skiing differs from many other physical activities in that a person must travel far out of their comfort zone in order to enjoy a day on the slopes. A snowy mountainside, even one owned and maintained by a world-class ski resort, can pose a great danger to skiers who are not familiar with the area and who do not pay close attention to trail markers. The most important signs on a mountain describe the difficulty of an upcoming trail in relation to other trails on the mountain. Any trail marked with a green circle can be considered a beginner’s slope. Two green circles represent the easiest trail on a mountain, with a single circle suggesting a slightly more difficult path. The next stage of trails is marked by a blue square. Skiers must remember that in this case, a single square makes for an easier trail than a double square. In either event, these trails should pose an acceptable challenge to intermediate skiers. Finally, the most challenging trails on a mountain are indicated by one or two black diamonds. These trails should only be attempted by experienced skiers. Double black diamonds are regarded as expert trails. For an appointment with an expert Physical Therapist call Walker Physical Therapy and Pain Center in Orange, Ca. 92868 714-997-5518.