Why Doing At Home Exercises is Important

Why Doing At Home Exercises is Important

One of the most important aspects about physical therapy is practicing your home therapy exercises consistently. Many people will go to each scheduled physical therapy appointment only to report they’re not seeing results as quickly as they’d hoped to see them. In...
Gardening as Exercise

Gardening as Exercise

It’s National Gardening Month! It can be fun to watch your hard work pay off in the garden, and there are also some unexpected health benefits that can come from gardening. Why not pick up this hobby as the weather starts to warm up? You may be surprised by just how...
Heart Rate and Exercise

Heart Rate and Exercise

Exercising within your target heart rate (THR) is an important part of reaching your fitness goals. This also ensures that you’re putting the right amount of stress on your heart for proper fitness gains. It’s recommended that your target heart rate number should be...
Why Walking Is Good For Arthritis

Why Walking Is Good For Arthritis

Exercising frequently is beneficial in numerous ways, including minimizing pain and symptoms from arthritis. In a study discussed here, nearly 1,800 adults who had or were at risk for arthritis, had their steps counted using a pedometer. Two years later, the...
Physical Therapy and Running Injuries

Physical Therapy and Running Injuries

As the weather starts to warm up, runners everywhere are starting to lace up their running shoes for training. Running, however, can easily bring overuse injuries. Over 42% of overuse injuries affect the knee joint, causing common injuries such as runner’s knee or...

Walking: Your New Favorite Exercise

An apple a day keeps the doctor away, right? Think of taking a 30 minute walk a day the same way. The benefits of walking are numerous, but we’ll share just a few of them today. A short walk each day ensures you’re putting your health first, but is not a vigorous...

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