Rehabilitation

4 Feb 18
Reasons Why Walking for Exercise Is Good For You

It is no secret that exercise is essential for your health. Those with good intentions to exercise frequently fail with excuses ranging from busy schedules and time constraints to inexperience or lack of equipment. But staying active is a key to living a longer and healthier life. A walking program is a widely accessible and […]

28 Jan 18
Can Running In The Cold Benefit You?

Have you ever heard of the saying; if you do things that are out of your comfort zone, it might be good for you? When it is cold outside, most of us just hibernate indoors and exercising often gets put on the back burner until brighter and warmer days are upon us. Exercising during the […]

6 Oct 17
Do You Know What The Graston Technique Is?

Soft tissue injuries can be debilitating and frustrating. When tissue is damaged, it will often heal in a fibrotic, haphazard manner which results in a restricted range of motion, pain, inflammation and functional limitations. There is a method of manual therapy that interrupts and breaks this cycle of pain and dysfunctional movement. Graston Technique (GT) […]

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 […]

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 […]