Upper Body Exercises

Not everyone has access to a gym or has equipment to exercise in their home. It is still important to get a complete workout in regularly. So, how do you do that? We are sharing tips today on how to get a great upper body/arm workout at home without equipment. There...
PT and Your Feet

PT and Your Feet

Are you experiencing foot pain? You’re not alone. Your feet are the some of the hardest working parts of your body so it only makes sense there can be some damage caused to them. There are many disorders your feet can suffer from and you don’t have to live in pain....
Exercising in the Cold

Exercising in the Cold

As the weather begins to cool down, your exercise regimen may get interrupted. It can be hard to find motivation to get outside and exercise and if you’re not careful in the cold, you can damage your body. Before you head outside for your next workout, keep these...
Women and Physical Therapy

Women and Physical Therapy

Urinary incontinence is a real problem for a lot of women. If you’re experiencing this, you’re not alone. More than 13 million Americans suffer from incontinence and women are twice as likely as men to develop this condition. Urinary incontinence isn’t only found in...
Positive Attitude at Physical Therapy

Positive Attitude at Physical Therapy

Whether you’re experiencing pain from an injury or chronic pain, the process to recovery can be overwhelming and frustrating. You may find yourself feeling discouraged about your situation and how slow the healing process feels. There’s one thing you can do right now...
Chronic Pain and Physical Therapy

Chronic Pain and Physical Therapy

At least 116 million Americans suffer with chronic pain each year. Chronic pain is defined as pain that lasts for several months, or in some cases, years. This can be frustrating and discouraging as you go from doctor to doctor with no clear diagnosis or treatment...

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