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Recreational Rehabilitation

February 6, 2024 — Rehabilitation is not a quick fix; it’s a journey to wellness, sometimes a long one. Whether it’s recovering from a physical injury, regaining motor skills after a stroke, or relearning speech abilities post-surgery, the path can often be challenging and demanding. Thankfully, in addition to traditional therapeutic exercises and treatments, there’s an approach that incorporates... Read More

What is Integrative Medicine?

January 12, 2024 — According to a recent survey, three of the top five New Year’s resolutions for 2024 relate to health. Whether exercising more, eating healthier, or losing weight, most Americans want to improve their overall wellbeing. But over 40% of those committed on New Year’s Day will have given up by February 1. Sustaining long-term lifestyle changes... Read More

A Day in the Life of a PT

October 2, 2023 — We all know that physical therapists (PT) help individuals live to their full potential through hands-on care, exercise prescriptions, and patient education. And that they work in a wide variety of settings from hospitals to people’s homes, from workplaces to nursing homes. PTs are well-educated and trained; to practice, they need a doctor of physical... Read More

Swing Into PT for a Better Golf Game

August 3, 2023 — It’s National Golf Month! Hank Aaron noted that it took 17 years for him to get 3,000 hits in baseball, but only one afternoon on the golf course. Author John Updike compared the golf swing to a suitcase where we try to pack too many things. And Mark Twain famously remarked that “Golf is a... Read More

Bone Up with PT

May 30, 2023 — Did you know that physical therapy (PT) can help protect your bones before and after a diagnosis? It’s true! May is National Osteoporosis Month and a good time to learn the ways PT supports osteoporosis prevention and recovery. What is osteoporosis? Osteoporosis is a “silent” disease that many people do not know they have until... Read More

Breathing Easier with Pulmonary Rehabilitation

March 28, 2023 — Approximately 25 million people in the United States live with lung conditions like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and pulmonary fibrosis (PF). Both of these diseases thicken the lungs making it difficult to breathe and for the body to get needed oxygen. The good news is that pulmonary rehabilitation, which includes physical therapy, can help... Read More

PT for Independent Senior Living

February 28, 2023 — February is National Senior Independence month. It’s no surprise a month is dedicated to aging in place: 88% of adults aged 50-80 feel it’s important to live in their homes as long as possible. To remain at home and live independently, mobility and physical activity are critical. Physical therapy (PT) can help address and improve... Read More

Talk Turkey to Improve Physical Therapy

November 29, 2022 — November is a time to eat and talk turkey — especially about family health. Every year, National Family Health History Day occurs on the same day as Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving may have already passed, but it’s never too late to start the conversation. Conversations about any family history of diseases and health conditions are important for... Read More

Fun Facts About Physical Therapy

October 21, 2022 — An estimated 300 million physical therapy (PT) sessions happen each year. Patient ages range from babies to seniors. Some of the top reasons for receiving PT are pain management, mobility improvement, and to avoid surgery. October is National Physical Therapy Month. Obviously, we love sharing our knowledge and helping individuals achieve optimal clinical outcomes. To... Read More

How Physical Therapy Helps With Chronic Pain

June 30, 2022 — According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 1 in 5 adults in America suffer from chronic pain, with over 19 million experiencing high-impact chronic pain. Chronic pain contributes to medical costs, disability, and lost productivity to the tune of an estimated $560 billion each year. Finding chronic pain relief is not... Read More
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