How to Layer for Outdoor Workouts this Winter

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25 Oct 21
How to Layer for Outdoor Workouts this Winter

The weather has started to change and you might feel your motivation changing with it. However, cold weather doesn’t have to put an end to your workout regime. In fact, there are many benefits of working out during the winter! The right layering and cold-weather protection might be just the push to get back out […]

18 Oct 21
Outperform the Competition With Speed Training

The ability to outrun the competition is a hallmark of most athletic performance. We often hear the term ‘speed’ being used when describing someone’s outstanding physical performance. However, it is important to know there is more to athletic performance than just speed. There are actually three different aspects that create superb athletic and physical performance: […]

11 Oct 21
Does Insurance Cover Physical Therapy? Part 1

Let’s face it, insurance can be tricky and extremely overwhelming. However, this 3-part blog series by the BeneFIT Billing Extraordinaire, Nathan Forster, is designed to help you understand your physical therapy insurance benefits from the ground up. Firstly, Part 1 will break down insurance terminology. In Part 2, we’ll talk about what being an in […]

4 Oct 21
Walk Your Way to A Longer and Healthier Life

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

27 Sep 21
Can PT Help With Chronic Venous Insufficency?

We investigate the relationship between diagnoses and how physical therapy can help in our recent blog series. Today, we are talking about an impairment that affects much of the population in America, chronic venous insufficiency. Chronic venous insufficiency is defined as an inadequate venous return over a long amount of time. However, what does this […]