Health Blog Category: Aches & Pains
As we age, taking care of our bodies becomes increasingly important. Assisted Stretching proves to be extremely beneficial for the health, wellness, and independence of the elderly.Read full blog
As we age, our bodies undergo various changes. We become more prone to injury, our muscle health and range of motion decreases and flexibility declines. Incorporating a regular stretch routine ensures the longevity of muscles and helps keep you and your body healthier.Read full blog
There are over 100 types of arthritis that affect 50 million adults, and 300,000 children annually! Don’t live in pain, get relief with Physical Therapy!Read full blog
Those of us concerned about maintaining a high level of fitness, from weekend warriors to professional athletes, rely on a solid set of core muscles to stabilize the body and allow us to perform at our best. Athletes are attempting to enhance their form to complete this essential activity better.
One of the essential workouts for core strength is the squat! According to renowned strength coach Mark Rippetoe, the squat is an exercise that stimulates those core muscles.Read full blog
Pain Relief is Right Around the Corner!
Do you wake up feeling rigid and aching in the morning? You may think, “Did I sleep wrong on my neck? Do I have to upgrade my mattress? ” It’s only natural for us to feel a little off from time to time when our day begins! However, if you notice that you are regularly waking up in pain, it may be time to go to a physical therapist.Read full blog
All physical activity comes with a certain level of risk, and because athletes put their bodies through so much stress, the risk of suffering an injury is much greater. As you might expect, the most common sports injuries are minor: abrasions, cramps, blisters, etc.
That said, more serious injuries happen all the time and are typically a result of overuse. For example, a golfer makes the same repeated swinging motion over the course of a round of golf.Read full blog
For athletes, discomfort is a regular part of life. Not only does excelling in your chosen sport involve pushing yourself physically, but you can come out of even the most uneventful game or practice with soreness or mild abrasions.
And though it’s true that this is an unavoidable part of being active, there’s a difference between typical soreness and an issue that needs to be addressed by a professional. If you think you might need to make a physical therapy appointment but are unsure, we’re here to help.Read full blog