Physical Therapy and Pathology: Osteoarthritis

5 Apr 21
Physical Therapy and Pathology: Osteoarthritis

Did you know? Osteoarthritis (OA) affects about 3.3% to 3.6% of the population globally and is the most common form of arthritis.  It causes moderate to severe disability in 43 million people, making it the 11th most debilitating disease worldwide.  In the United States, it is estimated that 80% of the population over 65 years […]

7 Dec 20
Get Out and Moving This Winter: Benefits of Winter Workouts

It’s officially winter! Which means holiday cookies, shorter days, colder temperatures and… less motivation to stay active. Who wouldn’t prefer to enjoy holiday treats by the fireside instead of working out? Almost everything about winter makes it harder to get up and get active, but exercising during winter months has multiple health benefits. Some of […]

16 Nov 20
From Risk to Resilience: Training Principles for Athletes

Any athlete out there knows they have to train in order to improve their performance. However, not everybody knows how much, how fast or how soon to progress their training program. In Tim Gabbett’s article, How much? How fast? How soon? Three simple concepts for progressing training loads to minimize injury risk and enhance performance, […]

2 Nov 20
Have You Heard of Blood Flow Restriction Training?

Blood flow restriction training or BFR is a hot new topic in the fitness community. You may have heard of BFR buzzing through fitness social media pages and thought: What is it? Can anybody do it? What is the point and how does it work? We will address all of these questions in this short […]

18 Jun 20
Opportunities Online Abound Amidst COVID-19 Woes

  With many people transitioning from Quarantine Life to Back-to-Business Life, it is good time to sit down and reflect on you fitness goals and plans for 2021. If you haven’t been keeping up with your goals and resolutions, don’t beat yourself up over it. With about six and a half months until the ball drops […]