From Risk to Resilience: Training Principles for Athletes

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, […]

9 Nov 20
Common Causes of Wrist Pain

The hand and wrist are vital for helping us manipulate objects, express emotions and perform every day tasks like brushing our hair and carrying groceries. They are the most active part of the upper body, but their mobility can leave them vulnerable to injury. With a total of 28 bones and 20 muscles crossing the […]

23 Nov 20
BeneFIT PT’s Anatomy Series: The Wrist

We are continuing BeneFIT Physical Therapy’s Anatomy  Blog Series this month with the wrist joint. Each month we will feature a different part of the body.  BeneFIT PT’s staff is highly trained in knowing all about human anatomy so that we can effectively help our patients with their specific areas of concern, rehabilitation and strengthening. Last […]

26 Oct 20
Virtual Learning Stretches for Your Little Student

I’m sure you’re tired of seeing your kids slouched at their computers, drooling in front of a google classroom or zoom meeting. After about two months of virtual learning, your child may be experiencing zoom fatigue, tech neck or have trouble concentrating. In our last blog post we talked about proper sitting posture for our […]

19 Oct 20
Proper sitting Posture for Kids

School has been back in session for about a month now.  Hopefully, you and your young pupils have figured out how to navigate through some form of hybrid or 100% virtual schooling by now.  If your kids are anything like mine, you have most likely been fielding a number of complaints in an effort to […]