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Stress Awareness

December 15, 2016

Stress is a serious issue that we all experience in life. Managing stress is very important, otherwise leading to a number of serious health issues from high blood pressure to heart attacks and depression, just to name a few. Whether school, family, or something in between, the holiday season can More...

5 Ways to Break-Proof Your Bones

October 20, 2016

“Silent disease” – That’s a name attached to osteoporosis. Osteoporosis commands this name because bone loss occurs without symptoms, particularly without pain. People may not know they have osteoporosis until after a fracture occurs. Keep the silent disease quiet with these 5 key steps More...

Advice to Today’s Physical Therapy Student

October 10, 2016

Several months ago, I received an inquiry via LinkedIn from a PT student in their first year of training. The student was seeking advice as they worked their way through the academic journey of becoming a physical therapist. The student posed a simple question: “Considering your experience, what More...

Essence of a Geriatric House Call

September 30, 2015

These one-on-one Geriatric House Calls are more than just therapy sessions. They are opportunities to develop caring relationships that have proven to maximize client outcomes. More...

Tips for Preventing Falls in Older Adults

September 9, 2015

According to the CDC, each year one in three adults aged 65 or older will have a fall, which can lead to contusions, head injuries and/or broken bones. Fall-related injuries may even lead to death. The good news is that many falls can be prevented. More...