1. Move! Be active. Sometimes moving and exercise may not be the first thing you want to do when arthritis aches. Multiple studies show that physical activity is one of the best ways to improve your quality of life and
With more people working from home during spring and summer of 2020, workstation ergonomics is more important than ever. Injury from heavy manual labor jobs can be common, but injury that stems from sedentary work should and can be prevented.
Yard work can be a never ending task from March to October. Mowing, raking, picking weeds, planting, etc. – each of these can be a great source of exercise for some, activity for others, and getting outside can be good
Telehealth appointments available! Our physical therapy office is open, and while we are still offering in-clinic appointments, we are so excited to be offering Telehealth appointments. What does this mean? You can stay in the comfort of your own home
We are open! As an essential business in healthcare, our physical therapy office is open. Things we’re doing to keep you safe: As always, cleaning and disinfecting all surfaces and equipment before and after every use and throughout the day