Category: Rehabilitation and Fitness

Oct
27
2014

Safe and Easy Exercises for Kids of All Abilities

by Maureen Suhr and Karen Resnik
10.27 Blog

In today’s society, a child is more likely to spend his/her free time sitting at a computer or using a handheld device, rather than engaging in physical activity. It is … More…

Oct
25
2014
blog pregnancy

There’s no downside to exercising when you’re pregnant.  For women who did not exercise before they became mommies-to-be, it’s a great time to start.  Exercise can help fight fatigue, decrease … More…

Oct
23
2014
blog 10.15

At some point, every runner deals with aches and pains. You probably know that stretching, proper running shoes that fit well, and rest days can help prevent injury and keep … More…

Oct
15
2014
Blog 10.14

Making the decision to undergo surgery can be a daunting one.  Physical therapists (PTs) and occupational therapists (OTs) can help with the process in many different ways and will play … More…

Oct
10
2014

Who needs core strength?

by Erin Corbo and Jocelyn Mastropolo
blog post 1010-wp

We all do! People always talk about core strength, but why is it so important? Core strength relates to the region of the body bounded by the abdominal wall, the … More…