How to Continue Exercising After Physical Therapy

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19 Sep 22
cardio How to Continue Exercising After Physical Therapy

We are frequently asked how can someone continue to build a healthy lifestyle after physical therapy. Many people want to build on their positive experience from physical therapy. Many patients want to start a gym or a work out regiment after treatment. We love getting this question and are always more than happy to help! […]

29 Aug 22
Fall Hiking: Hiking Tips for Active Older Adults

As temperatures start to cool off more people tend to look for outdoor activities. Hiking can be a great way to exercise for people of all ages. Hiking helps to maintain health and fitness, see nature and enjoy sunshine! There is no age limit on hiking! Many older adults hike well into their 70s and […]

22 Aug 22
Avoid Back to School Back Pain This School Year

As August comes to a close, school is just on the horizon. It’s time start thinking about back to school shopping. After all the new clothes, sneakers, and other supplies don’t forget to pay extra attention on the most important school supply: the backpack. Frequently, children can experience pain in their necks, upper back, or […]

15 Aug 22
Our physical therapist provides professional neck physical therapy. Weight and Physical Activity Might Impact Neck Pain

The neck is commonly treated at physical therapy. The neck is vulnerable to injury due to the nature of our world. For example, we have discussed sitting posture and “text neck” in our past blogs. According to the American Physical Therapy Association, roughly 30% of the US population is affected by neck pain. Luckily, the […]

8 Aug 22
McKenzie Method, back pain in flexed posture picture Why Does My MRI Report Degenerative Changes?

In the United States roughly 30 million MRI scans are performed each year (Envrad, 2022). MRI stands for magnetic resonance imaging. MRI uses non-invasive imaging technology to produce a three-dimensional, detailed images of the body.  In fact, MRIs do not expose the body to any radiation! MRIs are a great imaging tool, but are very […]