Walk Your Way to A Longer and Healthier Life

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 […]

20 Sep 21
Could Your Arm Pain Be Coming From Your Back?

HEAR, HEAR! This study is the first of its kind and we’re so excited to share!  A study recently published in the Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy, looks at pain from a new point of view. The study investigated the amount of patients who present with isolated extremity (arm, leg, elbow, etc) pain who […]

13 Sep 21
The Beginner’s Guide to Plyometric Training

First things first… what is plyometric training? We’ve been creating a beginner’s guide to workout to help anyone just starting out or looking to elevate their training. However, the guide wouldn’t be complete without discussing plyometric training! Plyometrics are a vital tool for training! Let’s find out why–  Plyometric training is often called power training. […]

6 Sep 21
Direct Access: No Prescription Needed for Physical Therapy!

Direct access can save you time, money and get you back to your regular life quicker! We have previously talked about direct access in a recent blog. This September, BeneFIT is celebrating the importance direct access with our “No Prescription Needed” campaign. Our aim is to emphasis that coming to BeneFIT immediately after the injury […]