Can Physical Therapy Help with Rheumatoid Arthritis?

10 May 21
Can Physical Therapy Help with Rheumatoid Arthritis?

Did you know? RA affects 0.4-1% of the population in North America 2-3 times more common in females than males  Most commonly diagnosed in women 30-60 years of age Individuals with RA are 8 times more likely to have the functional disability compared with adults in the general population from the same community It can […]

3 May 21
Is Cardio or Weight Training Better for Your Health?

Many of us are ramping up our workouts as sunny, beach weather approaches in New Jersey. However, what should your workout focus on this spring to get into the best shape? Should you do cardio or lift weights for the best results and effects? Short answer is…BOTH! Let’s dive in a little further! What Does […]

22 Feb 21
McKenzie Method: Not All Back Pain is the Same!

We’re back to talk more about McKenzie this week! We know that back pain is extremely prevalent from the amount of Zoom and WHF we’ve all been doing. Although working from bed seems amazing, it isn’t always great for your back. Today, we’re going to break down categories of back pain to help you better […]

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 […]

4 Apr 20
Couch to 5k Week 8 : The Mile

Thinking about running a mile, for some of us, brings up fond memories of competing in their school’s track and field events.  🏃‍♂️🏃‍♀️  For some others, running the mile was one the most loathed activities in Middle and High School Phys Ed class. The sporty kids did well and the less athletically inclined got pitying […]