Use it or Lose it!

How many times have you heard that phrase?!  I know I’ve heard it quite a bit and it never fails that it’s usually spot on. Well, here’s another reason to pay attention to that statement.  The Philadelphia Tribune published an article written by Vince Faust on July 21 entitled, Exercise, nutrition fend off age-related weakness. [...]

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May is National Correct Posture Month

I’m sure you’ve heard it already–sitting too long is bad for your health on so many levels and in so many ways. According to the Business Insider, sitting at a desk too long compromises posture.  ”Sitting causes the pelvis to rotate backward and puts pressure on the lumbar discs.  This position forces the head forward [...]

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October is National Physical Therapy Month

Join us in celebrating National Physical Therapy Month. Here is a powerful statement that I found on the American Physical Therapy Association’s website: “A Physical Therapist can help reduce pain without medications in most cases.” Who wouldn’t want that? My personal experience of some rather debilitating back pain sent me back to my physical therapist [...]

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Working Out The Shoulder

As baseball season is winding down, Football is in full swing (yay) and so is my fascination with the NFL Quarterback’s ability to throw such straight and powerful passes. It’s such a highlight to watch a good game and see a strong defense, forward offense and a quarterback that is connecting each pass perfectly to [...]

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Turning Fall Yard Maintenance Into Fun!

The night air is turning brisk and leaves are beginning to fall, so begins the yard maintenance to prepare for the cold months ahead.  Many things need to be done to prepare my gardens and yard–raking the leaves is the biggest one of all. Fortunately, I actually love doing these tasks and look at them [...]

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