You're Never Too Old To Focus On Fitness With Our Guest Expert John DiBlasio

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Senior Guide USA presents – You’re Never Too Old To Focus On Fitness With Our Guest Expert John DiBlasio of Cornerstone Fitness Center.

Created in 2000, Prospect Rehabilitation is an outpatient physical therapy practice serving the Northshire area of Southern Vermont.  Prospect Rehabilitation combines clinical physical therapy treatment with exercise physiology concepts to provide excellent care buying viagra online in the areas of injury treatment and prevention.


Prospect Rehabilitation goes beyond the traditional physical therapy goal of injury treatment.  In addition to treating a patient’s injury, we take great care to provide our patients with the knowledge and tools to:

  • stay injury-free
  • live a more active lifestyle



John DiBlasio, MPT, DPT, CSCS
Dr. John DiBlasio, the creator and owner of Prospect Rehabilitation, is a physical therapist and exercise physiologist.  Dr. DiBlasio graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Science in 1991.  He then continued his training at Temple and received his Master of Physical Therapy degree in 1997 and Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree in 2009. He has extensive experience in treating orthopedic injuries in athletes and the general population, as well as balance, gait and neurological disorders in geriatric patients.  Dr. DiBlasio is also certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength & Conditioning Association and as an Ergonomic Assessment Specialist by the Back School of Atlanta.  Dr. DiBlasio lectures to other health care professionals on balance and gait issues and senior fitness with Quest Seminars.


About Leigh St John

Leigh St John is the Executive Director of The Masters' Media Group, publishers of Senior Guide USA ~ a comprehensive resource directory for seniors. The various state senior guides provide free information about homes, health, services and leisure activities.
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