The Function Smartly Blog

At FunctionSmart, we strive to be leaders in wellness and rehabilitation. We stay updated on current research and events, working to provide quality, proven, clinical care. The FunctionSmartly Blog works to provide reader’s with quick and easy access to additional information, advice, tips, and tricks regarding injury recovery and prevention as well as generalized health and wellness support. If there is ever a topic that you would like us to cover, do not hesitate to leave a comment in the blog and/or reach out to us via contact information provided on our page. Stay happy, stay healthy, and remember to always function smartly!

Pardon Our Dust

Updated info as of 7/29/21: Moving day is Friday 7/30. We will be offline for the day while we set up in the new location. Our phones and schedule will be unavailable. We will be back in the office ready to see you on Monday 8/2 at our new location. Parking tip: Enter the parkingContinue reading “Pardon Our Dust”


Big Toe, Big Problems

I know that I am not alone in having increased my frequency in running over the last several weeks as gyms have closed down. If you have ever been into Physical Therapy, or take pride in self education with training, than you know how important hip mobility and strength are. A great deal of emphasis,Continue reading “Big Toe, Big Problems”

Ergonomics 101

A topic of great conversation, by and large these days, is of course social distancing and the subsequent statewide lockdown. While the impacts of this shutdown are far reaching, affecting individuals in variable personal ways, we all know still, that life must go on. Life has slowed down for many of us over the pastContinue reading “Ergonomics 101”

End of Season Races

As the triathlon season winds down in the fall, you can find a number of awesome local events to compete in. This coming weekend brings the San Diego Triathlon Classic produced by local cycling and multisport shop Moment Cycle Sport. The Tiki Swim closes out September on the 30th and is produced by veteran triathletesContinue reading “End of Season Races”

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