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8 Jun 17
Know the Risks with Dehydration

Working out during high heat creates it’s own set of issues that can effect performance.  Frequent research has been able to demonstrate that heat can negatively impact marathon running performance from about two percent in elite competitors to as much as 10% in three hr finishers, with similar results being seen in elite cyclists. Dehydration […]

20 May 17
Spring into a 5K!

Now that the weather is turning warmer and the days are getting longer again, it is a good time to start thinking about heading outside to exercise.  Spring time is a great time to get back into running and a great way to stay motivated with a new running program is to create a goal […]

30 Apr 17
Interested in getting back into shape? Interested in doing some rehab? BeneFIT is the place for you.

Launching this spring are 4 new programs to help you! If you are interested in any of the following, please call either location today and we’ll take your information down. Balance Program: This program is geared towards Seniors who have fallen recently, feel like they loose their balance too much, or just feel unsteady on […]

5 Apr 17
CEU Corner: McKenzie CSU Recap

This Past weekend, Dr. Ireland attended the McKenzie Institute’s the Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy: Clinical Skills Update. As the name implies, this particular course focuses on reviewing and updating the principles and application of the McKenzie theory/techniques of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy. The course included more intensive clinical reasoning and problem solving for the more […]

28 Mar 17
Diagnosis Blog: Frozen Shoulder vs. Rotator Cuff Tear

Frozen Shoulder, or Adhesive Capsulitis, is a commonly occurring shoulder condition which typically presents with very painful range of motion or movement of the shoulder both when a person moves their arm (as in active range of motion or AROM) but can also be presented when someone else moves their arm (which is passive range […]