Snow Shoveling Safety

Snow Shoveling Safety

When the sidewalks and driveways are blanketed in a thick layer of snow, the dreaded chore of shoveling becomes a reality. Before bracing for the cold weather, make sure you are prepared for the dangers that can come from shoveling snow. Snow shoveling is a repetitive...
New Year, New You – How PT Can Help

New Year, New You – How PT Can Help

Happy New Year! Have you set New Year’s resolutions for 2020? Do any of your resolutions involve living your life with less pain? Is pain keeping you from reaching your other New Year’s goals? If so, physical therapy can help! Physical therapy is a great way to find...
Preventing Falls with In-Home Exercises

Preventing Falls with In-Home Exercises

As we age, our balance and lower body strength can start to decrease– this is why injuries from falls are so common in senior adults.  Today, we’re sharing a few simple exercises you can do in your home that can help boost your balance and lower body strength...
Arthritis & Exercise

Arthritis & Exercise

Living with arthritis doesn’t have to mean living with pain, achy joints, stiffness, or decreased range of motion. Although these are common symptoms of arthritis, they don’t have to become a constant part of your life.  Today, we’re here to tell you about how...
Recovering From an Accident

Recovering From an Accident

Injuries following a car or motorcycle accident can have long-lasting effects. In a story shared by Dean here, he shares his experience with physical therapy following a motorcycle accident.  He mentions that he was highly skeptical at first when his doctor prescribed...
Diabetes & PT

Diabetes & PT

In honor of National Diabetes Awareness Month, we’re sharing how a Physical Therapist can help you navigate successful management of diabetes. Diabetes can affect anyone at any age and can be related to physical problems such as weakness, loss of endurance, obesity,...

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