Movement is Medicine: Fit After 50 – Does Getting Older Mean We Have to Get Slower and Exercise Less?
The aging process is inevitable and one that we cannot totally control. Sure we can eat right, exercise, make good health choices like choosing not to smoke and limiting our alcohol intake, [...]
There is a fine line between falling for the delusion of the next ‘magic pill’ and getting excited about the promise of the newest medical technologies. There is a risk in thinking too [...]
There has been a long-term debate about the use of heat or ice post injury. There has been much confusion surrounding the issue and health care and sports medicine practitioners have spent years [...]
Low back pain is the single most common musculoskeletal ailment in modern times. Statistically it is estimated that 80 percent of all people will experience low back pain in their lifetime. Think [...]
When I was working with my patients this week, I was reminded of a blog post by a fellow physical therapist who wrote about the increasing impatience of so many of our patients. At one time, I [...]
My physical therapy practice has evolved over my 29 years of practice. From hot packs, ultrasound and massage, to hands on practice and skilled exercise. I have even transformed my practice on 2 [...]
The end of the year is upon us, and after the holidays, many of us begin thinking about the new year and the resolutions that we will set for ourselves. Overwhelmingly, the most popular [...]