October is National Physical Therapy Month!

Every October, the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) celebrates National Physical Therapy Month. As part of the APTA’s “Choose PT” campaign, therapists around the country urge the public to learn more about what physical therapists know and do for our patients. The most recent Choose PT campaign focuses on improving the [...]

October is National Physical Therapy Month!2021-10-12T09:06:50-06:00

Defend Your Health and Become More Resilient with Movement

COVID has certainly shown us the importance of health as well as how quickly illness can change our lives. While COVID is front and center in most people's thoughts, it isn't the only illness out there that can be life changing. Heart disease, diabetes, strokes and cancer can all be devastating [...]

Defend Your Health and Become More Resilient with Movement2021-09-20T14:29:08-06:00

A Simple Guide to Jaw Pain

It’s hard to believe, but we’re in the fall season with no real end in sight of the pandemic. This means many of us are likely still working from home while simultaneously managing the stressors of daily life. Do you find yourself clenching your teeth in stress? It can cause serious [...]

A Simple Guide to Jaw Pain2021-09-20T14:05:18-06:00

Don’t Get Injured Returning to Exercise

The COVID-19 pandemic changed a lot of things, including our exercise habits. Between stay-at-home orders, gym closures and working from home, activity levels dropped. On top of all that, there were shortages of equipment like dumbbells and bicycles, making staying active difficult. But things looked quite a bit different this summer. [...]

Don’t Get Injured Returning to Exercise2021-09-20T13:47:45-06:00

Back to School? Take care of your back

The new school year has begun! It may mean back to school for you or your kids. While there are elements of remote learning still out there, many schools are back in-person. Recall the days when you left for school and had to carry everything with you: notebooks, pens or pencils, [...]

Back to School? Take care of your back2021-09-20T13:30:23-06:00

Telehealth Services Have Positive Impact on Accessibility of Care

In the last 18 plus months, the use of telehealth and telemedicine has grown significantly in order to socially distance and minimize exposure to COVID-19. Despite vaccines, the Delta variant continues to thrive, and it’s become clear that we need to continue being vigilant, and this includes continuing to offer remote [...]

Telehealth Services Have Positive Impact on Accessibility of Care2021-09-01T10:13:02-06:00

Work From Home is here to stay… Here’s how to stay uninjured

The COVID-19 pandemic forced many employees to work remotely when it had never been an option before. While not suited for every profession, remote work seemed to, well, work. Some companies are opting to keep their employees at home permanently, which raises a few questions. How does your work form home [...]

Work From Home is here to stay… Here’s how to stay uninjured2021-09-01T09:18:12-06:00

COVID-19 Update – Impact of the Delta Variant

If you’ve kept up with the news recently, you’ll have seen the delta variant has been wreaking havoc, and not just among the unvaccinated. It’s a variant that can also be carried by vaccinated individuals. As mask wearing and social distancing has eased up in the last few months, COVID-19 cases [...]

COVID-19 Update – Impact of the Delta Variant2021-08-20T13:38:57-06:00

Do You Experience Medial Knee Pain after a Workout?

Ever attend a fitness class and feel great that evening, but then the next morning, find that the inside of one knee hurts? It gives you a sharp pain whenever you bend it. What did I do? you ask. Probably nothing serious, but that doesn’t make knee pain any less annoying. [...]

Do You Experience Medial Knee Pain after a Workout?2021-07-28T16:44:09-06:00

How do Physical Therapists and Personal Trainers differ?

After all, the acronym for both is “PT.” Most of us know that the two – Physical Therapist and Personal Trainer - are different professions, but sometimes there is confusion about who does what. There is certainly some overlap between the professions. I am a physical therapist but also have a [...]

How do Physical Therapists and Personal Trainers differ?2021-09-02T15:30:06-06:00
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