Physical Activity and Chronic Disease

Regular physical activity helps improve overall health, fitness, and quality of life.  Do you know it also helps reduce the risk of chronic conditions like type 2 diabetes, heart disease, many types of cancer, depression, and dementia? The World Health Organization (WHO), reported that physical inactivity is the fourth leading Read more…

Wear and Tear

Osteoarthritis, also known as “wear and tear arthritis” or OA, is the most common kind of arthritis in the human body. Target areas for this disease are in the neck, hands, hips, and knees. Symptoms can include swelling, stiffness, pain or aching, and decreased range of motion (flexibility). This disease Read more…

Returning to Soccer

With springtime upon us, more athletes are getting back in the game. This includes soccer, one of the more endurance sports out on the field. Minor injuries in soccer could lead to worse injuries down the road if not treated and rehabilitated correctly. Proper physical therapy plays a major role Read more…

Arthritis Knows No Limits

One of the biggest misconceptions about arthritis is most people believe arthritis is a problem that affects older retirees. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), arthritis is more common among adults aged 65 and older, but people of all ages can be affected. Nearly two-thirds of Read more…