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Our Top 5 Ways to Celebrate National Women’s Health & Fitness Day As our world progresses, life continues to feel busier for everyone, but women—and mothers in particular over the years—often bear the burden of extra demands, courtesy of our children, other family members, careers, housework and more. It can be challenging to set aside time for ourselves and focus on our own health and fitness needs.  We are in luck today since it is National Women’s Health...
Posted on 2020-09-30
Two Ways Physical Therapy Can Help You  Depending on your physical and overall health-based needs and goals, Physical Therapy (PT) can be a vital part of achieving success. While the main goal is still to restore a patient’s mobility, strength and function while helping to ease or even eliminate pain, here are two different ways that PT can help you achieve your goals: 1. Preventative Therapy  Did you know that many people still only think of Physical Therapy (PT) as somethi...
Posted on 2020-08-31
How Does Speech Therapy Help with Dementia & Cognitive Challenges?  Many people still think of Physical Therapy when the term “therapy” is brought up as we all age and various challenges come into play over the years. Some of us and our loved ones will join independent living communities or be admitted to assisted living facilities. Others are preparing for surgery and rehab, which all point to “Physical Therapy.” However, there are other types of therapy that...
Posted on 2020-07-27
        Electrical Stimulation: How Does it Work and Why You May Not Need It   Electrical stimulation is a wonderful tool that physical therapists can use on a regular basis.  There are different types of electrical stimulation units.  These different types of units create different types of waveforms are and are used for very different reasons.  Some waves help to reduce pain by stimulating certain parts of nerves that can send painful signals to t...
Posted on 2019-03-06
                   Standing at Work Doesn’t Have To Be a Job.     Let’s face it, standing at work can be a pain.  If you are one of the many people whose job requires you to stand for long periods of time, you are probably familiar with the backaches and leg muscle fatigue which are the most common complaints among workers who spend most of their day standing.    Standing for prolonged periods can red...
Posted on 2019-02-06
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