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Time to Shake off the Rust.... Before You Get Moving This Spring. Now that spring has arrived, temperatures are starting to rise in many parts of the country. And that means the transition from heating our homes to cooling our homes is right around the corner. No matter what method you use to cool your home during the warm spring and summer months (central air conditioning, window units, or fans and dehumidifiers), each spring you cross your fingers that your approach still works. If not, ...
Posted on 2019-04-07
Balancing Vacation and Your Exercise Routine By: Megan Piersol, DPT. Vacations can be a very stressful time, but also a very relaxing time. Often the stress comes from actually taking time off work, feeling somewhat guilty for doing so, and also the stress of trying to fit in your exercise. Why can’t vacation also equal exercise? Let’s face it, you actually might have more time to fit in an exercise routine on vacation than you do when you go back to your rigid personal and work ...
Posted on 2019-03-25
Trauma and the Body . By: Christa Sperry RMP, RYT-200.     Trauma is becoming a word that more and more people are hearing dropped in everyday conversations, the news, and social media. There are many fascinating (and some misleading) books and articles being written about it more frequently than ever. And yet, for some of us, trauma may still seem like a distant concept. For others, it is a blaring reality being lived with daily.    Trauma is subjective a...
Posted on 2019-03-15
Fulfilling a Dream... My Family Vacation to Egypt!. by Tamer Issa, PT, DPT, OCS. Earlier this year my family and I were fortunate enough to go on a family vacation to Egypt, a long-awaited dream of mine. If you know me, you most likely know that I am a first generation American of Egyptian descent. If you are a client who has known me for a long time (since marriage and kids) then you certainly knew of my desire to someday take my family to visit Egypt, the birthplace and home of my pa...
Posted on 2019-03-11
Suffering From “Shin Splints”? By: Megan Piersol, DPT Are you often or always sore down your shins after walking, dancing, or running? Do you think that it is just because you were on a hard surface? If you answered yes, did you know that you might be able to have more control over this occurrence than you think? Shin splints are not due to the shin bone itself, but are actually a reaction (often delayed) of soreness from a muscle in the front part of your leg called the Tibiali...
Posted on 2019-02-25
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